Digital Editor

Dan Niepow

Dan Niepow is TCB's digital editor.

Phone: 612-474-4967

Dan Niepow joined Twin Cities Business in May 2019. As digital editor, he oversees the magazine’s website, daily news operation, e-newsletters, and social media presence. He began his magazine editing career in 2013 as an intern for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. He went on to work for Milwaukee Magazine, Progressive Railroading magazine, and the Grand Forks Herald. Dan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Salo Reaches Deal to Be Acquired

Salo Reaches Deal to Be Acquired

Minneapolis-based professional services firm Salo LLC will soon become part of a giant publicly traded company. On Wednesday, Los Angeles-based global management consulting firm Korn Ferry announced that it has
Social Network: Deena Winter

Social Network: Deena Winter

Deena Winter is one of the more prolific journalists in town, batting out report after report on state and local politics for the Minnesota Reformer, a nonprofit newsroom launched in
TCB’s 22 Most Read Stories in ‘22

TCB’s 22 Most Read Stories in ‘22

Pot, downtown Minneapolis, and retail. These were a few themes that drove traffic to our website over the past year. This summer, Minnesota found itself in the national spotlight for
HistoSonics Lands $100M Raise

HistoSonics Lands $100M Raise

Plymouth-based HistoSonics Inc. says it’s one step closer to the commercial launch of its tumor-destroying device. Last week, the medical technology startup announced that it has raised $100 million in
Minnesota Unemployment Rate Grew in November

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Grew in November

New month, same story: Minnesota’s unemployment rate remains historically low and well below the national average, but it’s beginning to creep back up. On Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Employment
What’s Up With WeWork Uptown?

What’s Up With WeWork Uptown?

Earlier this month, global coworking company WeWork telegraphed plans to close 40 “underperforming” locations amid continued quarterly losses. Now, the company’s location in Uptown Minneapolis may be among the closures.
Target’s Profit Drops 52% in Q3

Target’s Profit Drops 52% in Q3

Target Corp. on Wednesday morning reported a 52% drop in quarterly net income and warned investors of a slower holiday sales season. The Minneapolis-based retailer logged $712 million in net