Cargill and General Mills are incubating startups.
Two young farmers are innovating to keep a family cattle farm viable for the next century.
A taste of incubators, stores, and organizations helping to make local restaurants and food and beverage brands a reality.
Minneapolis store owner Erik Hamline was quick to bow to one blogger’s pressure. Did he make the right call? Experts weigh in.
Celebrating Kickstarter's tenth birthday with some major Minnesota successes.
Following its success as a food truck, Jinx Tea introduces first location in Linden Hills with a focus on crafted drinks and "clean" ingredients.
The New Gun Club That's On Target
TCB showcases new and classic venues in the Twin Cities area that offer great settings for businesses, from small startups to Fortune 500 corporations.
How Minnesota startup NightWare is working to combat PTSD in military veterans.
How a southern Minnesota town has attracted international investment and welcomed change without losing its roots.
From fire drills to juice spills, Badge Messenger makes it easy for teachers to get help quick.
The Minneapolis-based bike share company is unlocking new opportunities for residents enrolled in food or transit assistance programs by rolling out Nice Ride for All program.
Maharaja’s has survived nearly five decades in St. Paul, reaping the benefits of goodwill, good breeding, and good vibes.
The son of the third richest man in the world is partnering with Greater Twin Cities United Way to spark conversations about compassion.
One of TCB’s People to Know in 2019, and the former CEO of St. Paul-based Recombinetics, Lee has a track record of leading companies into rapid growth.
The Maple Plain-based digital manufacturing company collaborated with GE Additive to bring to life the innovative designs of Zac Posen for the star-studded event in New York.
St. Paul welcomes BevSource’s new interactive taproom and beverage laboratory, where startups can refine new brews and the public can go for first sips.
Minnesota holds 21 of the 29 spots in the seven-state Ernst & Young regional competition.
After a successful pilot program last year, Lime electric scooters arrived in St. Paul this morning, greeted by new stipulations. Fellow operators Bird and Spin are expected to follow.
During TCB’s annual Women in Leadership event, women leaders from Land O’Lakes, Best Buy, Dorsey & Whitney, and Cargill shared their strategies on moving toward gender parity.
The future of the planet may be uncertain,
but these new Twin Cities–based brands
are doing their part to reduce plastic waste.
Commentary: TCB’s associate editor recounts her experiences as a woman Uber driver and weighs the idea of female-only ride share services.
Your top networking options this month.
How The Wild Goose Chaser, a robot originally built to solve a millionaire's yard woes, could advance the poultry industry.
The hospital features Hope Products on social media and will be adding their products to their mailer catalogs.
Leaders from Faribault Woolen Mill Co., Climate Makers and Hill Capital discuss the challenges and successes of middle market companies.
How to makes sense of today’s consumer habits? Study them, scientifically. That’s the goal of 3M’s Multimillion-Dollar Consumer Data Science and Merchandising Lab.
However, the total number of tourists that adventured to Minneapolis last year—on the back of the Super Bowl, X Games and other events—won’t be known until June.
Cream & Amber, selling new and used books, is Mainstreet’s first independently owned bookstore in more than a decade.
The Minneapolis business, founded last year, is looking to revive a centuries-old occupation by updating it for the Uber era.
The coffee company chose Girls on the Run International to receive a portion of proceeds this month.
The sale to global water management company Kurita Water Industries will allow Allete to invest in more clean energy opportunities.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it’s expected to nearly double the size of Augeo’s digital business, and Augeo will absorb all Wingnut staff into its St. Paul office.
There’s no shopping cart necessary with this high-tech addition.
Grocery stores, restaurants, and other businesses are closing their doors to the record-setting cold this week.
Stores across the country will be able to use the service at Target in the next several weeks.