PolyMet Names Project Director for NorthMet Project

Richard Lock, who has held executive roles in mining projects around the globe, has been tapped to head development of a proposed mine in northern Minnesota.

Politics at Work

In what is likely to be a boisterous election season, what are the pros and cons of workplace discussion?

Bright Health Picks Former Target Exec to Be CFO

Cathy Smith, who retired from Target in early 2019, has been chosen to serve as Bright Health’s new CFO.

How Minnesota Towns Are Trying to Fill Their Empty Shopkos

As part of a bankruptcy plan, Shopko shuttered all its stores last spring. Now, small Minnesota towns are figuring out what to do with them.

TCB Q&A: Former Minneapolis Public School Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson

Johnson gets real about the hot-button issues vexing public education and thus workforce readiness.

Networked: January

Extra! Extra!

Read all about it: The Star Tribune sells more single-copy Sunday papers than The Washington Post.

Minneapolis Launches Online Food Inspection Reports

The city becomes the first in Minnesota to create an online database for all food inspection information.

McCormick & Schmick’s Space on Nicollet Mall Listed for Lease

The restaurant is negotiating a lease extension with the landlord, spokeswoman says. If negotiations fall through, the space becomes available June 1.

Regis Reacquires Salons from The Beautiful Group

To protect against financial losses, Edina-based Regis Corp. has taken back about 200 salons it sold to The Beautiful Group in 2017.

The Twin Cities’ Biggest Issues to Watch in 2020

A look ahead at some of the most pressing issues in local politics.

Minnesota Wild Finally Land NHL Winter Classic Game

The 13th annual outdoor game will be held at Target Field.

Insuring Your Next Big Event

If your insurance agent isn’t asking the right questions, you may be exposing yourself to losses down the road.

Amid Record Holiday Returns, Local Retailers Lean into Goodwill, Good Service

Post-holiday merchandise returns could total $95 billion, according to one survey. But Twin Cities specialty stores report decent December results and very few post-Christmas returns.

Holiday Haunt on the Hunt for a New Home

A local non-profit hosts an off-season scare attraction as it prepares to seek a new location for 2020.

St. Kate’s Taps Former George W. Bush Appointee to Lead Business School

Benson Whitney, who served as U.S. Ambassador to Norway under President George W. Bush, has been chosen to serve as dean of St. Kate’s business school.

Walz Names Charles Zelle Met Council Chair

Zelle previously served as commissioner of the Minnesota DOT.

PETA: Karl Lagerfeld Paris’ Minnesota-based Owner Bans Fur

AM Retail Group, a Brooklyn-based company that owns Karl Lagerfeld Paris and other clothing brands, has apparently pledged to stop selling clothing with fur, according to PETA.

This Year’s Angel Tax Credit Fund Is Already Tapped Out, DEED Says

The state distributed all $10 million in tax credits in five months.

Concierge: Toast Like a Local

Five Minnesota-made sparkling wines perfect for ushering in a prosperous 2020.

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