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2021 Minnesota Business Hall of Fame

2021 Minnesota Business Hall of Fame

Our 2021 Hall of Fame inductees have diverse backgrounds and business expertise, but a common theme emerges about their paths to success: Their formative life experiences inform their decision-making, from
Clarence Bethea’s Social Network

Clarence Bethea’s Social Network

Clarence Bethea @Clarence_Bethea Favorite social media app: “Twitter and Clubhouse are running neck and neck. If you’re a founder today, you should be on both.” Follows on Twitter:Harold Hughes(@OneBandwagonFan), Marie
Expect Delays on These Patio Items

Expect Delays on These Patio Items

Yardbird: Dining sets for six or more Outdoor sofas typically move fastest at Yardbird, the Minneapolis-based outdoor furniture company. But this season, dining sets are the bestsellers—such as the Eden,
Verified: Make It Work

Verified: Make It Work

Workout | DIY Peloton “There’s no need to spend thousands of dollars to get an amazing workout at home. I got a Sportneer Trainer Stand ($129.99, Amazon) for my existing
2021 Community Impact Awards

2021 Community Impact Awards

Nearly 200 nominations poured in for TCB’s inaugural Community Impact Awards—a testament to the depth of initiatives focused on making the Twin Cities a more equitable, inclusive place to live
Nominate Notable Women in Manufacturing 2021

Nominate Notable Women in Manufacturing 2021

TCB’s Notable Women in Manufacturing will recognize accomplished women in the field of manufacturing in the state of Minnesota. This recognition honors their professional and civic achievements, including their abilities to effect change and serve as role models or mentors to other women in their industry.
Verified: Knowledge Is Power

Verified: Knowledge Is Power

Podcast | The TwentyMinute VC  “I recommend it to investors, entrepreneurs, and anyone interested in learning more about the tech and VC landscape. Host Harry Stebbings does an incredible job
TCB’s 20 Most Read Stories in ‘20

TCB’s 20 Most Read Stories in ‘20

The fate of American downtowns has, evidently, been a topic of keen interest over the past few months, and that’s reflected in our list of most read stories this year.
2020 People of the Year

2020 People of the Year

The enormity of Covid-19, racial justice, and economic challenges in 2020 will never be forgotten. The health threat posed by the new virus and the economic carnage and upheaval spawned
TCB Talks: Women in Leadership 2020

TCB Talks: Women in Leadership 2020

Leading with empathy, vulnerability, courage, and grace has been “the most amazing and refreshing change” to running a Fortune 100 company in the midst of a pandemic, economic downturn and