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The Diversity Drop-Off
There aren’t many leaders of color at Twin Cities companies. So what’s being done about it?
Minnesota's Sports Tech Scene is Heating Up
Several startups are suiting up in hopes of getting scouted and drafted by investors.
Modernizing Mia at a Time When Legacy Art Institutions are Struggling to Adapt
A decade into her tenure, Kaywin Feldman discusses disruption, reinvention and the dangers of relying exclusively on data.
Add a Touch of Nicollet Mall to Your Backyard
Pavers from the old sidewalks are now on the market.
Economic Optimism Highest in More Than Six Years
Business leaders expect business conditions—especially outside Minnesota—to improve this quarter, and look to raise wages as they face a persistently worsening talent shortage.
Employers Seek New Hires with Real-World Skills
Employers want workers with strong skills in written and oral communication, teamwork and ethical decision-making, as well as the ability to think critically.
Financing Options Grow for Twin Cities Entrepreneurs
Despite having more sources of capital, securing early-stage financing still remains challenging.
Living Greens Farm is Hooked on Aeroponics
The Faribault company produces lettuce year-round, 21 days from seed to salad.
New Cloud-Based Products Aim to Boost Employee Productivity
Telecoms are moving business communications well beyond phone calls and emails.
No Cash? No Sale.
Currency remains king at a small subset of local businesses.
Paving the Way to Graduation
Wallin Education Partners’ scholarship support system helps ensure its low-income students complete college.
Plugged In: February 2018
The top networking events this February.
The Other Games in Town
No Super Bowl tickets? There are many ways to entertain clients this month.
The Twins Return to AM Radio
Why the ball club moved back to WCCO.
Why a Local Startup is Going Brandless (Literally)
Two entrepreneurs are taking their business back to the basics.
Fighting Fake News
It starts by not supporting it, even if it is entertaining or ‘for good reason.’
It's Time for Nonprofits to Sing a New Song
The new tax law requires nonprofits to rethink their case for support.
Take Two Pills, Pay Me If They Work
Employers should check out ‘outcomes-based’ contracts with drug companies—you pay only when their high-priced specialty drugs work as promised.
What Really Makes Us the 'Bold North'
Boasting points to share with people who live elsewhere.
What is a 'Cultural Experience' in Minnesota?
Is visiting a museum a cultural experience? What about attending a street fair? A new survey examines how we view culture.
SALT in the Wound
[Reps. Emmer, Lewis and Paulsen:] Why don’t the three of you simply introduce legislation that rebates to each state the differential from what that state pays into the federal fisc, minus what it receives back?
Specialty Drug Costs Are No Laughing Matter for Employers
Most businesses continue to cover high-cost medications, but are taking steps to tame spending.
Leadership Doesn’t Bully or Coddle
Family business members need to share with each other what they need to thrive and be successful within their families and companies.
Riches in the Niches of the Wake
A path to exploiting unserved niche markets around big industries.
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