Below are features that run each week in the Star Tribune Business section.
A look at the people behind the numbers in area business.
The realities of the Affordable Care Act, longer FDA approval times and reimbursement challenges require new ways to finance medical technology start-ups.
MotivAction designs incentive programs for large companies looking to inspire sales, loyalty.
Mid-Minnesota Legal Assistance lawyers fight to close the “justice gap” for society’s most vulnerable.
Thief River Falls-based Digi-Key, a quiet giant with 2,600 employees and a global reach, was the sponsor of Saturday’s Minnesota...
CommonBond’s development, called West Broadway Crescent, aims to be transit-savvy.
4401 95th Av. N., Brooklyn ParkType: Parking structureCapacity: 1,000 carsContractor: Knutson ConstructionArchitect: Julie Snow ArchitectsDetails: Metro Transit’s plan for a...
Ellen MortonGeneral manager of Centennial Lakes Office ParkBloomington-based Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq recently hired Ellen Morton to manage Centennial Lakes Office...
A Golden Valley retiree turned up the heat on the market by developing a talking thermostat for the visually impaired.
St. PaulDouglas Alan Howe, as surety for Lee’s Janitorial Inc., A+ Builders, A+ Entities and A+ Seamless Gutters, Austin, Minn.;...
A magazine publisher said health care has a particular need for women’s perspectives.
The charter school will move from leased office space on University Avenue to a former church and school in St....