Adam Belz

Business reporter | Economy
Phone: 612-673-4405
Adam covers the economy for the Star Tribune and maintains a blog called 3D Economics. He wrote for the Cedar Rapids Gazette and The Des Moines Register in Iowa before moving to Minnesota in June 2012.

Recent content from Adam Belz

Strategist makes case for industry clusters

With new online tool, regions can examine data to find strengths, fuel job growth.

Updated: September 29, 2014, - 09:17 PM

Africa presents opportunities for Minnesota companies

As a giant middle class gradually rises across Africa, more Minnesota firms are starting to do business there. The continent is home to several of the fastest-expanding economies in the world, and Minnesota exports of goods to the continent grew 29 percent in 2013.

Updated: September 28, 2014, - 08:18 AM

Bringing people together to talk about 'big data'

MinneAnalytics is a group that brings people together to talk about the growing field known as “big data.”

Updated: September 27, 2014, - 02:00 PM

State's job growth lags behind Midwest neighbors

A new report shows Minnesota adding fewer jobs than thought in almost every industry.

Updated: September 26, 2014, - 09:46 PM

Regulators approve natural gas rate increase for Minnesota Energy Resources

The new numbers aren’t known for Minnesota Energy Resources Corp.

Updated: September 25, 2014, - 08:46 PM

Q&A: Chevron's CEO on oil, carbon, exports

The oil giant boss says more U.S. pipelines are needed, and a carbon tax won’t work without global participation.

Updated: September 21, 2014, - 11:17 PM

State jobs picture brightens as Minnesota added 6,100 jobs in August

More than 6,000 jobs were added in Minnesota last month, and unemployment hit an 8-year low, according to the state...

Updated: September 18, 2014, - 11:54 PM

Twin Cities economy passes Detroit's

But Western cities with healthier economies are a better benchmark.

Updated: September 16, 2014, - 11:38 PM

House hunting gets mobile

Mobile Realty Apps lets brokers offer their own search function to clients.

Updated: September 13, 2014, - 04:17 PM

Economists try to calculate the cost of climate change

A conference underway at the U aims to spur more substantive economic work on global warming.

Updated: September 11, 2014, - 09:11 PM

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