An unprecedented $75 million gift from billionaire philanthropists Lee and Penny Anderson will enable the University of St. Thomas to build an on-campus athletic arena that will become home to
At Anthony Ostlund Louwagie Dressen & Boylan, “flexibility,” pre-pandemic, meant being in the office unless you were on a work trip or vacation. But when the downtown Minneapolis law firm
It was the sort of feel-good story local TV news thrives on, especially during the holiday season: community-minded entrepreneur with a dream to create a magical indoor light park that
In his speech this week announcing the “Vibrant Downtown Storefronts Work Group,” Mayor Jacob Frey took a jab at nostalgia, saying “we’re not going to cling white-knuckle to what once
This issue of Twin Cities Business is packed with successful people who are improving our community—leading innovation, creating prosperity, addressing inequities. But there’s another recurring character: the city. You’ll see
Minneapolis marketing agency d.trio recently changed its name to cat&tonic to reflect the company’s evolution. Megan Devine, one of the trio of founders who formed the agency in 2000, took
Think you’ve got a book in you? Wise Ink Creative Publishing in Minneapolis is a hybrid publisher, which means it provides guidance on all aspects of the process, from story
When Beehive Strategic Communication sent employees home in March 2020, CEO Lisa Hannum was weeks away from re-upping the lease on the firm’s office at Bandana Square in St. Paul.