The merger of Hamline's law school and William Mitchell College of Law makes sense for a lot of reasons. But it’s also clear that they didn't have much of a choice.
The legendary trial lawyer is leaving the firm he spent 44 years building. Why?
Three metro record shops cash in on recent uptick in record sales.
What started as a means to fund a thrift-store hobby is scaling up in a big way.
Mark Ritchie wants to bring one to the Twin Cities in 2023. He’ll need more than luck.
Before Joe Palumbo came along, they were just those annoying ice structures. Now they have a name and are part of a $2 million business.
Rhoda Mehl and Ashleigh Smerick are achieving impressive growth with Nook & Cranny.
Diane Schmidt of Twin City Concierge chooses her client carefully and they keep rewarding her with more work.
Mary Pokluda gets emotional about the work of her personal assistant business Bumblebee. That may spook investors—but her clients love it.
Three companies keep employees engaged and productive.
The potential combination of Lindquist & Vennum and Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly would create one of the largest law firms in town—but is big necessarily better?
Fed Up points a gluten-free finger at two Minnesota icons.
The 70 semifinalists move to the next round of the annual competition, with $300,000 in prizes up for grabs.
More historic mixed-use on the way for Lowertown.
An analysis of the demographics of Minnesota Cup entrants sheds light on where the state’s start-up energy is thriving.
The city has commissioned an ad campaign to convince people that it isn’t all crime and apartments.
Scott Davis wants everyone to try his mobile game QONQR. Just not all at once.
Carmichael Lynch Spong is rebranding itself after 23 years by taking on just the name of its founder, Doug Spong, and offering a new logo and visual identity.
Venture Academy is training students to not just think like entrepreneurs but become entrepreneurs.
The 10th annual entrepreneurial competition, which is the largest of its kind in the nation, is accepting entries, and $300,000 is up for grabs this year.
Its revenue jumped after it was able to persuade Sherwin-Williams to take its telescoping ladder.
And can Scott Hennis do it again with barbecue sauces and a bloody mary mix?
Jeff Freeland Nelson wanted his toy kit Yoxo in the store, so he watched it. Closely.
The question for the arts is, "To stream, or not to stream?"
The early-stage snack company came looking for an experienced talent pool. They found it.
Co-owners Michel Rouache and
Shimon Harosh went through
Chapter 11 proceedings—and emerged stronger.
A merger involving the 26-lawyer Minneapolis firm Mackall Crounse & Moore marks the third significant law firm combination in the Twin Cities during the past couple of years.
At the year-and-a-half mark, her restaurant, Mona, is in the black, despite a tough location. Her finance degree has come in handy.
Fast Horse started off as a PR firm. Now it isn’t.
New regulatory changes are meant to promote the hiring of veterans, but the local head of the Association of General Contractors is calling foul, claiming paperwork costs could be prohibitive.
Platform to Employment is the brainchild of a Connecticut workforce development group; it is rolling out in Minneapolis to help veterans and older workers find employment.