Elegance is timeless—even in one's workspace.
The combined firm will likely make more acquisitions over the next few years, leaders say.
The St. Paul-based holding company continues to grow its scope of investments.
CEO and president Mike Brown is resigning, and current COO Laurence Mascera will replace him on an interim basis.
Twin Cities first: a spa that centers on bee therapy.
Twin Cities attorneys analyze the impact of the Defend Trade Secrets Act as well as how evolving IP law applies to videos and software.
Cornell will be honored at a Dec. 17 event.
Overall participation in apprenticeships grew by 27 percent between 2014 and 2017. About 96 percent of those are in construction.
ClickSWITCH CEO Cale Johnston shares his advice for running with the big dogs of finance.
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There's always money in the corn maze.
Hopeful fans shelled out as much as $3,000 to lock in seats for potential post-season play. More will be sold next week.
Hands & Feet is now Spoonful Apparel. The founder explains the decision to pivot 18 months after launch.
Copper-nickel mining could help conquer the climate crisis, supporters say. Is there any weight to that argument?
Under Excel’s “Lighthouse Program,” the Minneapolis health care nonprofit will work with Florida-based Excel Medical on improving clinical workflow-focused software platforms.
The busy retail season has begun, with Minneapolis-based Target and UPS announcing their seasonal hiring plans. Target’s seasonal staff will be larger than 2018, following two strong 2019 quarters.
In late January, the Metropolitan Economic Development Association awarded more than $1.4 million to eight minority-owned startups. We check in with two Minnesota-based winners.
Two years after shuttering the last of the Len Druskin Inc. stores and declaring bankruptcy, the son of the local retail legend is starting over with a new men's shop.
CEO Brian Cornell and Target executive team touted culture and customer service.
Ellison and several other attorneys general are seeking to kill the Trump administration’s “final conscience rule,” which makes it easier for healthcare providers to refuse patients based on religious beliefs.