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.
Greater Minnesota's community newspapers are in trouble. Can anything save them?
How to refresh and reimagine your signature events that are rooted in tradition.
Local craft breweries use can art and imagery to define their brands and stand out.
Is the Replacements’ 2015 reunion tour making up for a career of meager paydays?
Mark Ritchie wants to bring one to the Twin Cities in 2023. He’ll need more than luck.
Public funding of Target Field was supposed to boost the Twins' payroll spending relative to other teams.
Tourism agency and brewer’s guild tout “Brewcation” options near state’s expanding array of brewery locales.
The PiPress is for sale. That could be bad news for remaining employees — or the best thing to happen to the paper in a long time.
ValueVision's new CEO is ready to take on TV shopping rivals.
Netropolitan.club, headquartered in Minneapolis, went live Tuesday.
The St. Paul newspaper’s parent company said Friday it is considering options that may include selling the N.Y.-based chain or "regional clusters" of its newspapers.
After earning a Best Picture Oscar as a producer, Bill Pohlad returns to directing with the now-acclaimed Love & Mercy.
The 150-year-old newspaper has watched its staff continue to dwindle even after emerging from bankruptcy and shifting its printing to the Star Tribune.
The revitalized Snowbate program has so far attracted nearly 50 film, television and commercial projects expected to increase economic output by $25.9 million.
The Timberwolves said they were impressed Dimensional Innovations' work at other venues across the country.
On the heels of its purchase of California's American Data Company, Magnet 360 has acquired iRGONOMIC of New York—bringing its total headcount to roughly 120.
Why the MIA's store is a destination in and of itself.
A decade after Megan Tamte opened her first Hot Mama store at 50th & France, the company is converting its brand to Evereve.
Meet Minneapolis and PR firm Spong convened a group of social media professionals, who will help recommend restaurants and other destinations to All-Star Game tourists.
Ginny Morris, a third-generation broadcaster and chair of Hubbard Radio, will take on the role of chief executive from Bruce Reese.
The Minneapolis newspaper is one of the largest city dailies to offer free digital access to the Washington Post.
As the Hard Rock Cafe prepares to return to the Twin Cities in mid-August, it’s looking to hire 150 new employees.
Mark McEachen, who most recently served as chief operating officer of California-based Freedom Communications, will lead the Dolan Company, which is now a privately held company.