Neal St. Anthony

Columnist, reporter | Business
Phone: 612-673-7144
Neal St. Anthony has been a business columnist and reporter for the Star Tribune for more than 25 years. He also has worked in financial communications for two publicly held companies.

Recent content from Neal St. Anthony

Big market opens for Cardiovascular Systems' tiny device

FDA approval for use of the Cardiovascular Systems device to clear clogged coronary arteries sent the company’s stock up.

Updated: October 29, 2013, - 01:18 PM

3rd quarter deals report: It's a seller's market

With buyers willing to spend and interest rates low, prices for solid companies are rising. There’s also optimism for the 4th quarter.

Updated: October 28, 2013, - 09:02 AM

Inside Track: Garden Fresh Farms cultivates more honors

Garden Fresh Farms of Maplewood, a recent Minnesota Cup winner, received the regional sustainability award at this month’s annual conference...

Updated: October 26, 2013, - 08:57 PM

United Way gives help beyond the basics

Food and shelter must be provided, but people in need also require longer-term solutions.

Updated: October 26, 2013, - 05:40 PM

St. Anthony: Support growing for American Indian artists

“The native community is a gifting community ... but there is a broader market for our art,” artist Greg Bellanger said.

Updated: October 20, 2013, - 10:51 PM

Inside Track: Donaldson engineer & D.C. role model?

Chrissy Klocker, laid off from a St. Paul engineering firm during the Great Recession of 2008-09, was waiting tables at...

Updated: October 19, 2013, - 12:20 PM

U.S. Bancorp profit holds steady, shares rise

Deposits and lending activity grew while mortgage revenue felt effect of higher interest rates. “We’re taking market share,” CEO said.

Updated: October 17, 2013, - 05:59 AM

Vision-Ease of Ramsey seeing growth, and hiring

Vision-Ease Lens, which pulled back from an initial public offering as the stock market tanked in 2008, is growing nicely,...

Updated: October 14, 2013, - 01:19 PM

Marks Group: Farmer-friendly and financially savvy

Ben Marks, whose five-year-old Minne­tonka firm manages more than $500 million, will host a client golf tournament in Paris next...

Updated: October 13, 2013, - 02:00 PM

Marks Group: Farmer-friendly and financially savvy

Marks Group embodies a growing trend away from Wall Street, which 20 years ago dominated the brokerage and money-management trade.

Updated: October 13, 2013, - 01:44 PM

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