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

Edina robot firm hit by defense budget cuts

ReconRobotics has lost two top executives and cut its staff by two-thirds.

Updated: January 22, 2014, - 09:23 PM

St. Anthony: Nursing career came later in life for these U students

An unusual nursing program at the U aims to turn midcareer students from other fields into modern-day health care providers.

Updated: January 19, 2014, - 01:03 PM

Lawyer's 10-year push for 'ban the box' succeeds

Gray Plant Mooty's Carl Crosby Lehmann spent hundreds of hours on ways to help ex-offenders get a shot at a...

Updated: January 18, 2014, - 04:50 PM

Businesses divided over how to improve recycling system

There’s a new twist in the yearslong debate over how to increase the Minnesota recycling rate beyond 50 percent for...

Updated: January 18, 2014, - 04:47 PM

Star Tribune 100: Minnesota stocks had a record year in 2013

In a year when stock indexes soared, the Star Tribune’s index of Minnesota companies had its biggest gain ever in 2013.

Updated: January 13, 2014, - 02:02 PM

Deal reached for National Marrow Donor Program office building near Target Field

The first big downtown deal of 2014 is nearing, fresh off news that Minneapolis issued a record $1.2 billion in...

Updated: January 11, 2014, - 05:19 PM

Great Northern Iron Ore stock slashed by 47 percent

Long-misunderstood value of the firm is rooted in landholdings of railroad magnate James J. Hill and his son.

Updated: January 06, 2014, - 08:43 PM

Shegitu Kebede's journey from refugee to restaurateur

Shegitu Kebede, an orphaned refugee from Ethiopia, has lived the American immigrant’s dream. Now she’s going back to Africa to help others follow in her footsteps.

Updated: January 05, 2014, - 06:41 PM

Inside Track: Target Corp. is in the cross hairs

Target, the once-nimble discounter, has transformed itself into a sluggish giant that has alienated some of its customers and its...

Updated: January 05, 2014, - 07:41 AM

Archiver's, a scrapbookers' paradise, decides to close amid changing market

The spread of digital photography and related publishing services eroded the once-hot scrapbooking segment of the home craft industry.

Updated: January 03, 2014, - 11:33 PM

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