Q. Cumbers Works to Keep Its Relevance

The restaurant of the ’90s works to keep its relevance.

Two Department Stores Exit Duluth's Miller Hill Mall

Duluth’s Miller Hill Mall is losing two of its three department stores, and the last is endangered. How will it stay afloat?

Mayo Clinic Crowned Atop ‘Best Hospitals’ List for Fourth Time in Five Years

The health care institution also placed first on the state-specific “Best Hospital” lists in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida.

Got a New Pup? Request Fur-ternity Leave

Digital marketing agency Nina Hale launches employee benefit for fur babies.

Minneapolis Health IT Co. Sansoro Health Raises $8M

Sansoro will use the new capital – contributed by existing investors and lead investor of the round LRVHealth – to grow efforts to improve data integration for electronic health records.

Will Singer Sam Smith Embrace the Style of the North?

Xcel Energy Center gifts the king of love ballads a Duluth Pack bag.

Mall of America is Making It Easier for Chinese Visitors to Shop

Once Citcon’s system is implemented in parts of the mall, shoppers from China will be able to pay with Alipay and WeChat Pay—two digital payment solutions that are popular overseas.

Co-Working Giant WeWork Doubles Space at Uptown’s MoZaic East

The co-working leader is expanding before its new home in Minneapolis even opens.

Five Takeaways from the DFL Governor Candidate Forum

What we learned from MPR's DFL governor candidate forum with Tim Walz, Erin Murphy and Lori Swanson.

Dr. Gianrico Farrugia Named New President, CEO of Mayo Clinic

Dr. Farrugia will officially take over as the head of Mayo Clinic at the start of next year. Current president and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy, in the meantime, will be preparing him for the role.

From Pops to Pipes: The State of Manufacturing in Minnesota

Four local manufacturers share the challenges and opportunities facing their companies.

Need Help Finding a Day Care Provider?

Now there's an app for that.

Ethnic Restaurants on the Rise in Dinkytown

A growing international student population is changing the business mix near the U of M.

The Kmart the City of Minneapolis Wishes Would Go Away

Despite several closings, the store's Nicollet location remains open.

Can the Star Tribune Hold Its Own in an Industry in Freefall?

As the future of newspapers becomes more tenuous, Strib Publisher Mike Klingensmith talks about the national media climate, Super Bowl, and future of print and digital media.

The Ultimate Buzz: Inside Surly's Infatuation With Ultimate Frisbee

It's not business or pleasure...it's both.

Pot Testing Up in Smoke?

With broader use of marijuana, will employers need to abandon its prohibition?

Why Engaging Employees is Better For Business

Companies are offering more money, better benefits, flexible schedules, attractive workspaces, and more challenging work to motivate and keep workers.

Using Technology to Strengthen Employee Performance

Investments in IT upgrades can be costly, but they’re essential to making a business more efficient. IT experts highlight how to evaluate technologies that strengthen employee performance.

Networked: July 2018

Your top networking opportunities for the month of July.

Five Patios That Are All About Alfresco

These spots will make you want to cut out early and make the most of summer in the Twin Cities.

Small Businesses Bank on Stability

Small business borrowers are upbeat but weigh labor shortages, rising interest rates, and new technology.

Two Rival Swim Retailers Plunge Into Partnership

Facing fierce competition, rival retailers Nani Nalu and Big Island Swim & Surf merged, in a surprise move that could make waves nationally.

How JonnyPops Overcame a Root Beer Apocalypse

The frozen treat maker works to save Fourth of July after two truckloads of its most in-demand flavor melted.

Iowa Pork Producer Wants to Move Into Former Gold’n Plump Site, Create 325 Jobs

Premium Iowa Pork has proposed turning the former chicken plant in Luverne into a pork processing plant. The permit request is being reviewed by city officials.

Sony, Prince Estate Establish Re-release Distribution Deal for 35 Albums

The agreement involves 19 album titles from Prince’s work between 1995 and 2010, other material released after ‘95, and a 2021 rights extension for works from 1978-96; but no new material.

Mayo Spin-Off Ambient Clinical Analytics Eyes Euro Markets with Dutch Backer

Noaber Foundation led a $1.5 million venture round for the digital health platform.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN Names Former Anthem Exec Its New CEO, President

Craig Samitt will officially join the nonprofit health insurance provider at the end of July.

Lawsuit: MN Officials Sidestepped Public Disclosure Laws with Amazon HQ2 Bid

The suit alleges state officials and Greater MSP used a cloud-based file-sharing site to hold materials — including the bid itself — in order to get around Minnesota's Data Practices Act.

Could a Candidate Win a Statewide Election While Ignoring Greater Minnesota? It’s Very Doable, Data Suggests

Hillary Clinton “lost all but nine counties, but managed to win the state,” says Jeff Blodgett, a longtime DFL operative. “To me, that’s a lesson in really where the votes are.”

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