Suburban newspaper group dies quietly after 82 years.
The organization is moving away from large-scale discussion events to focus on mentorship-based programming.
If you were talking, texting, or tweeting about South Dakota’s new anti-meth ads, the campaign did its job, Minneapolis ad agency says. Not everyone agrees.
The last remaining holdout from the glory days of local TV news just retired from WCCO-TV this year, but he's working, working, working.
Looking for a unique space for your next event? Consider a museum.
Every company and thought leader seems to be podcasting these days--but it isn't about making money. Here's why they're doing it and how to succeed if you pick up the mic.
Since joining Deluxe Corp. five years ago, chief brand and content officer Amanda Brinkman has emboldened the once-conservative, multibillion-dollar company to think outside the branding box. Now, what's next?
Understanding how couples use digital content for wedding planning
The companies hope to encourage more small businesses to use vehicle wrap ads to boost brand visibility.
Franken, who resigned from the U.S. Senate in 2018 amid sexual misconduct allegations, has inked a deal for a new show on satellite radio.
August Schell Brewing Company is poised to debut a limited-edition beer named after local radio station The Current.
Business intelligence becomes a potent force, using every shred of information to turn a profit.
While Minnesota can’t quite compete with salaries paid in New York or California, the Twin Cities remain between 2 and 5 percent above average for white-collar compensation in fields like public relations and advertising.
Kevin DiLorenzo has joined forces with Bob Barrie and Stuart D’Rozario, whose firm will now be called Barrie D’Rozario DiLorenzo.
Senator Rand Paul unexpectedly brought QFO Labs’ “Quad Fighter” toy drone onto Fox News, although he didn’t mention the Minneapolis company’s name.
Longtime Star Tribune sports columnist will sell some of his clothes in St. Louis Park this weekend.
The Land of Dreams is the first book in Vidar Sundstøl’s “Minnesota Trilogy,” and it became the University of Minnesota Press’ biggest seller of 2013.
Technology is giving businesses the data they need for predictive analytics. Now they need employees who can do the work.
Entrepreneur magazine ranked Anytime Fitness at the top of its 2014 Franchise 500 list, up from sixth place the year before.
The Senate DFL caucus doesn't have to admit any wrongdoing as part of the settlement, but DFL leaders said they were glad to put the issue behind them.
A proposal to limit the amount of expenses advertising agencies can deduct in the tax year is facing unprecedented resistance from some of advertising’s biggest players.
Zeus Jones first shared its plans for a San Francisco expansion with the New York Times.
Skybridge Americas, which is based in the western suburbs and was previously part of Carlson Marketing, is adding jobs after landing new clients and extending a key contract.
The retail giant’s third-quarter earnings were held back largely by weaker-than-expected results from its expansion into Canada.
Twin Cities Business took home gold awards for cover design and best feature story, among several other honors.
Space150 and Preston Kelly are among the Twin Cities firms that got an early peek at the new technology and are exploring how it may translate into client offerings.
Jamey Erickson, owner and creative director of Minneapolis-based Sevnthsin, is encouraging other businesses to hire his former employees as he wraps up outstanding projects for clients.
Target is asking certain vendors to assess the sustainability of their products; the “sustainability scores” will help guide Target's merchandising and product-placement decisions.
MartinPatrick3 remains a happening haberdashery.
The retailer on Wednesday debuted its digital video platform, but it faces stiff competition.