A new report quantifies the Twin Cities’ economic progress over the last five years. The upshot? Many millennial-age workers are moving in, but start-up activity lags behind peer regions.
This year’s candidate pool was the most diverse yet; 43 percent of applicants were female and 36 percent were people of color. The semi-finals phase wraps in August, and winners will be declared in October.
In a recent University of St. Thomas survey, homebuilder shared “very pessimistic” views on land costs.
The list compiled employees’ anonymous ratings of their companies’ leaders.
The platform, which allows consumers to divide retail purchases into interest-free installments, is now available outside the U.S. for the first time.
Minneapolis ad agency rolls out a new campaign to hook millennials, Gen Zers.
Katie Couric is among the announced speakers.
ClinicianNexus CEO Katrina Anderson wants to change the way medical students work through clinical rotations. Her aim? To become a “caregiver of caregivers.”
Employment gains have flatlined, and the state added just 100 jobs in May.
The Metropolitan Economic Development Association, which has supported minority entrepreneurship in the Twin Cities for decades, also was recognized for a record amount of capital procurement.
Former JB Hudson space has historic appeal.
Author Jason Hanson thinks that business and espionage have a lot in common.
To help consumers reduce their carbon emissions by 20 percent by 2030, Best Buy plans to provide more smart thermostats, LED lighting, and other Energy Star goods and services.
Last month, median home prices grew 5.2 percent to a record $285,000.
Pohlad Companies will relocate to tower, take three floors of space.
“We were busting at the seams, and we needed room for growth,” one company exec says.
The companies will need to divest their Las Vegas-area assets to another provider.
Last year, 34.5 million visitors the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro.
Deals add 170,000 square feet to firm’s portfolio.
Following his retirement from the NBA, the future hall-of-famer will help the financial management firm better serve athletes and creatives.