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.

Buzzworthy 3D ‘Skin Printer’ Grew from Minnesota-Funded Stem Cell Program

The new printer has been proven capable of printing out skin cells to repair wounds in tests on mice.

Smart Care Makes First Acquisition 6 Months After Spinning Out of Ecolab

The St. Paul-based spinoff expects to make several acquisitions in its first year as an independent company.

Second Stage of Minneapolis Minimum Wage Hike to Take Effect July 1

The move is the second step toward the city’s “Pathway to $15” plan to bring the bar to $15 citywide by 2024.

Cumulus, Owner of 93X, 92 KQRS and 105 The Vibe, Emerges from Bankruptcy Protection

The broadcasting company reduced its debt by more than $1 billion.

North Loop’s T3 Office Project Sold to Investment Group

Amazon leases about half of the “mass timber” office building.

Weisman Art Museum Director Lyndel King Announces Retirement

The long-time curator and director is leaving after having joined the museum 40 years ago.

Richfield Rocks Curling Club Gets Rolling with Help from U.S. Curling Association, Former Olympian

On the heels of a U.S. Olympic curling victory, Richfield resident Lisa DeMore Rudolph has launched the Twin Cities’ newest club.

How Duluth is Tapping Into Its Creative Side

Duluth’s marketing scene is attracting clients and talent well beyond the city limits.

This E-Retailer's Strategic Decision Led to a Hole-In-One

Three years after transitioning to e-commerce, Jeremy Segal's business is bigger than ever.

A League of His Own: Inside the Northwoods League's Rise to Prominence

The Northwoods League has quietly become the dominant baseball league in the Upper Midwest. Has Rochester’s Dick Radatz, Jr. built a better business model?

Why Fresh Eyes Are Key for Family Businesses

Finding the right outside advisers is crucial for a family business, which needs help with business and legal strategies and navigating family dynamics.

Did Local Home Goods Stores Cash In on the Long Winter?

Hardware store owners don’t like a delayed spring, despite the ice-melt sales.

Swim Cap Startup Aims to Reduce Aquatic Head Injuries

Their protective cap is the first major safety evolution in swim cap design in more than a century.

Middle-Wage Jobs Are on the Decline

DEED finds “job polarization,” despite a low unemployment rate.

Don't Miss These Artful Summer Outings

Introduce your clients to a taste of visual art on a local museum or gallery tour.

Plugged In: June 2018

Your top networking opportunities for the month of June.

2018 Education and Training Guide

Colleges and universities are adapting their graduate, continuing education and custom programs to meet the workforce needs of Minnesota businesses.

Advertising Countertops with Dragons and Colin Farrell

The countertop maker Cambria commissioned a film-length mythical origin story. Why?

Shoring Up a School District Crucial to the Minnesota Economy

Minneapolis Public Schools superintendent Ed Graff reflects on his progress.

Can Kim Bartmann's Gut Instinct Lead Her to Growth?

With sales down, the restaurateur leans on her intuition for creating popular restaurants and an investor's expertise.

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