Associate Digital Editor

Kait Ecker

Kait Ecker joined Twin Cities Business in February 2020, after interning for TCB’s sister publication Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.

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Kait Ecker joined Twin Cities Business in February 2020, after interning for TCB’s sister publication Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. She writes daily articles for the website, contributes to the print magazine, and assists with e-newsletter production. She previously wrote for Minnesota Monthly and the Minnesota Daily while in school. Kait is a graduate of the University of Minnesota.

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Co-working Isn’t Dead Yet

Co-working Isn’t Dead Yet

Working from home may be losing its appeal after a few months of remote operations, which is something co-working spaces are banking on as the pandemic continues. Many local operations
Legislation Makes PPP Spending More Flexible

Legislation Makes PPP Spending More Flexible

The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act signed into law on June 5 eases some restrictions⁠—like the spending timeline and parameters⁠—but the adjustments don’t relieve the frustrations lenders and borrowers have
Best Buy Unveils Reopening Plans

Best Buy Unveils Reopening Plans

Best Buy Co. Inc. on June 15 will begin allowing customers inside its stores without an appointment. The Richfield-based tech retailer, which closed its stores to customers in March, will continue
3M Taps GE Exec as CFO

3M Taps GE Exec as CFO

Monish Patolawala has been named 3M’s new senior vice president and CFO to replace Nick Gangestad, a 35-year 3M veteran who plans to retire. Patolawala will take over July 1,
Caution Slows M&A Activity

Caution Slows M&A Activity

At first blush, it might seem like mergers and acquisitions are charging full-speed ahead. There have been rumors about Uber and Grubhub merging, while Target is apparently looking to acquire