Women Engineers Conference Could Be a Boon to Twin Cities Employers

More than 13,000 engineers are expected to attend the three-day professional event at the Minneapolis Convention Center, which kicks off Thursday.

Twin Cities Startup Week in Review

Participants in what was the Twin Cities’ biggest startup week ever weigh in on the success, opportunities, and growing pains.

Blake Hastings Leaves CBRE to Join Oppidan

The local developer is seeing strong growth beyond Minnesota.

Marco Acquires Illinois-Based IT Services Provider ETC ComputerLand

Marco’s earlier 2018 purchases include another Illinois IT services provider, and a Michigan copy and print business.

Minnesota Artisans Lead Amazon’s Digital Pop-Up Shop for Handmade Goods

About a quarter of the products being sold on the Amazon Handmade digital pop-up shop come from Minnesota businesses.

Meet Atland Ventures: The First-of-Its-Kind, Student-Run VC Firm at the U of M

The story of the founding, structure, early accomplishments and direction of a venture capital startup company comprised of University of Minnesota students.

UnitedHealth Group Buys Avella Specialty Pharmacy

The deal, struck quietly last quarter, comes on the heels of another pharmacy purchase by UnitedHealth Group, as the company looks to continue its growth in the pharmacy sector.

Lunds & Byerlys Boosts Same-Day Delivery Service with Instacart Partnership

The Minneapolis-based grocer adds a new marketplace and increased on-demand capabilities through the partnership, for service in all of its 27 Twin Cities-area locations.

In the Race for Minnesota Governor, It’s No More Mr. Nice Guys

The two major party nominees, Republican Jeff Johnson and DFLer Tim Walz, once made a thing out of their personal camaraderie. With less than a month to go before the election, though, that chumminess has disappeared.

In Minnesota, American Indians Often Fare Worse Than Other Groups

The homeless encampment along Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis has brought new attention to a long-standing and widespread problem.

U of M’s Gene-Editing Method to Fight Mosquito-Borne Diseases Gets NSF Funding

The National Science Foundation sees commercialization potential in the University of Minnesota’s “synthetic incompatibility” process that can target certain mosquito populations.

State Dedicates Millions of Dollars Toward Supporting People with Disabilities

As one state department will fund efforts to help people with disabilities overcome work and life challenges, two other departments will fund public water infrastructure, and food and agriculture projects.

What’s On My Desk: Martha McQuade, Architect + Designer

A carefully curated environment is key to her productivity.

Best Buy Expands Efforts to Teach Technology to Underserved Teens

The retailer is launching an achievement gap awareness campaign featuring Minneapolis students.

New Study Identifies Hiring Bias Against Individuals with Disabilities

University of St. Thomas business school graduate students examined barriers for people with disabilities face in gaining employment.

Land O’Lakes Subsidiary Acquires Iowa-Based Agricultural Software Co. Agren

The deal boosts the capabilities of Land O’Lakes Sustain, a Land O’Lakes division that utilizes partnerships with farmers and other businesses to promote precision conservation in farming.

Pork Prices are Shrinking Amid the Trade War, Causing Concern Among Minnesota Farmers

Minnesota is the third-largest pork-producing state in the U.S.

Fifth District DFL Candidates Agree on Almost Every Policy Issue. So How Should Residents Vote?

No race to the left is playing out among the primary field: the leading candidates are all already there.

Minneapolis Startup NoSweat Inks Deal to Be Official Licensed Partner of PGA Tour

The agreement boosts the “validity” of the company’s product, which eliminates sweat from headwear, and marks big growth as NoSweat anticipates dipping into new market ventures.

Padilla Sold to Montreal-based Avenir Global

Lynn Casey stepping down as CEO, remains chair of PR firm.

Inaugural Food, Ag, Ideas Week Planned for Twin Cities

Grow North is launching the event to promote agriculture entrepreneurship.

Minnesota Wineries are Locked In a Battle Over Legitimacy

The state’s oldest winery fights its upstart competitors over what constitutes a Minnesota wine.

Five Ways to Savor Summer With Colleagues

From vineyards to boat rides, you'll want to clear your agenda for these summer outings.

Networked: August 2018

Your top networking options this August.

Are You a Digital Guru or Luddite?

PwC's new app assesses digital competency to assit employers with customized training.

Is Minnesota Experiencing Festival Fatigue?

Despite a glut, local organizers say the more the merrier.

Re-envisioning Rochester

A special report on how the city is building its future as a global health and wellness destination.

Annual Guide to Meeting Venues

TCB’s guide to business meeting and event facilities highlights venues of all sizes across the state of Minnesota.

Can Bright Health Reinvent Your Health Plan?

The Minneapolis startup has raised $240 million and keeps growing.

Northern Oil and Gas Acquiring W Energy Partners in Largest Deal in Company History

The deal, announced simultaneously with better-than-expected Quarter 2 estimates, involves $100 million in cash, plus shares and land.

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