For People of Color Starting a Business, Access to Capital Remains a Big Challenge
For People of Color Starting a Business, Access to Capital Remains a Big Challenge

According to a U.S. Census Bureau survey, the number of minority-owned companies in the U.S. grew by nearly 5 percent in 2014.

Banking for Millennials
Banking for Millennials

Young business owners are the impetus for new banking approaches, including more technology service options and greater transparency from bankers.

SBA Lending in Minnesota Remains Steady
SBA Lending in Minnesota Remains Steady

There were double-digit increases for loans to businesses owned by women and veterans.

Two Wheels, Easy Terms
Two Wheels, Easy Terms

Affinity Plus seeks new customers with bike loans.

Down for the Count
Down for the Count

Wells Fargo is ending coin counting as a consumer banking amenity. Will coin jars survive?

Rochester’s RAEDI Launches New Southeast Minnesota Angel Investment Fund
Rochester’s RAEDI Launches New Southeast Minnesota Angel Investment Fund

Aims for $1M in startup funding despite ‘sunset’ of state’s angel tax credit.

Stephen Sanger May Leave Wells Fargo Board, Sources Say
Stephen Sanger May Leave Wells Fargo Board, Sources Say

Sanger served as the chairman and CEO of General Mills for more than a decade.

Brightstone Wants $100M for Early Stage Tech, Life Science Startup Fund
Brightstone Wants $100M for Early Stage Tech, Life Science Startup Fund

The venture capital firm has funded a number of successful, Minnesota-based startups such as BiteSquad, Gravie and the 2016 MN Cup winner Stemonix.

Equity Funding from the Masses
Equity Funding from the Masses

MNvest allows private companies to sell stock to average individuals. Is it worth the extra work?