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3M Teams Up with Graphic Design Company Wrapmate

The companies hope to encourage more small businesses to use vehicle wrap ads to boost brand visibility.

Al Franken to Launch Radio Show on SiriusXM

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.

Two Minnesotans Land on Fortune’s ‘Most Powerful Women’ List

Best Buy CEO Corie Barry and Land O’Lakes CEO Beth Ford made the list of 50 influential women execs.

U.S. Sens. Klobuchar, Scott Propose Legislation to Study Declining Entrepreneurship

The senators’ Enhancing Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century Act would require government agencies to examine factors behind the slump in new business formation rates.

What to Know Now: Former Gov. Carlson Takes on PolyMet, Pumpkin Spice Spam Sells Out

A roundup of business news around the state, curated by TCB editors.

Finalists Announced for 2019 Tekne Awards

Hosted by the Minnesota High Tech Association, the program honors technological innovation across industries. Among the 36 finalists are big companies like Target and Ecolab, as well as startups.

Timberwolves, U.S. Bank Refurbish Four Basketball Courts

The charity program spruced up courts in Thief River Falls, Fridley, Marshall, and Little Falls.

J&B to Shutter Meat Facility in Pipestone, Minn.

The company employs 145 people at the plant, which it has owned for more than a decade.

Why the Will to Sacrifice is a Good Measure of a Strong Brand

The co-founder of eco-friendly haircare brand HiBAR explains the startup's decision to go offline for the Global Climate Strike.

Life Time to Host Hiring Fair Ahead of Southdale Opening

The company is looking to fill about 200 positions for the new 147,000 square-foot co-working and sports facility at the Edina mall—its largest site to date.

What to Know Now: Businesses Close for Climate Strike, Cameron's Coffee Sold

A roundup of business news around the state, curated by TCB editors.

Newsprint Blues

Greater Minnesota's community newspapers are in trouble. Can anything save them?

Book Review: “The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table”

“The Ugly Truth" is that few organizations teach women of color how to deal with mostly-white workplaces, writes author Minda Harts.

Coven Co-working Operators Eye National Expansion

Nashville location to open in 2020.

Polaris Sends Five Off-road Vehicles To Bahamas For Hurricane Dorian Recovery

More than 70,000 people are displaced after the storm devastated the islands’ infrastructure.

Minnesota Unemployment Falls in August

As unemployment fell to 3.3 percent last month, the state added 1,100 jobs, according to seasonally adjusted figures from the state’s jobs agency.

Twin Cities Co-working Space Grows 18 Percent

CBRE Group sees room to grow for flexible office space market.

What to Know Now: Pause on PolyMet Permits, General Mills’ Q1 Sales Dip

A roundup of business news around the state, curated by TCB editors.

Starkey Launches Employee Wellness Center

As part of the launch, Starkey has rebranded its existing onsite clinic.

10 Takeaways from TCB Talks: Redefining Leadership

Three trailblazing leaders share tips for getting the job you want, making the change that’s needed, and keeping your head in the game.

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