When is a building too tall? The Heritage Preservation Commission takes up the issue

When is a building too tall? The Heritage Preservation Commission takes up the issue

The HPC ultimately decided that a 40-story tower was too tall for a historic neighborhood

Personal cybersecurity tips from retired CIA and FBI vets

May 4
Retired CIA and FBI agents warn no security is convenient and offer tips to help prevent identity theft.

Hormel launches product line for cancer patients

May 3
Hormel's new Vital Cuisine line includes ready-to-eat meals and protein shakes.
Blogs
May 2

Twin Cities' consumers love organics; get more retailers, choices

Twin Cities' consumers love organics; get more retailers, choices
Business
April 30

CEOs at largest firms got 3 percent more in compensation in 2015

Executive compensation Three Minnesotans are in Equilar’s top 100 CEOs at the largest U.S. companies received about a 3 percent increase in total compensation in…
Blogs
April 29

A mid season executive compensation report

Halfway through the proxy season executive compensation data firm Equilar has published its list of the 100 highest paid CEOs, it includes three Minnesota executives.
Blogs
April 28

10 things your kid should know about money by age 18

10 things your kid should know about money by age 18
Blogs
April 28

Two Twin Cities firms among American Lawyer 100

Faegre Baker Daniels and Dorsey & Whitney among the 100 largest law firms in America in 2015
Blogs
April 26

First downtown Minneapolis HCMC community clinic will land in the North Loop

The nearly 8,000 square-foot community clinic will be the eighth for HCMC
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Meet the companies that continue to be voted the best places to work in Minnesota.
Blogs
April 26

Case-Shiller: Twin Cities house prices rising slowly, steadily

Twin Cities price gains are slightly below the national average
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Answers to your questions about marketing and business in the Twin Cities.
Blogs
April 26

Access to transit helping boost home values in Twin Cities

Home sale data suggest that houses near transit are worth more than those that aren't, according to a new report from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors.
Business
April 23

CoCo's new minority fellowships part of local tech scene's efforts to recruit people of color

Alex Ro­dri­guez, not to be con­fused with the New York Yan­kee, is a prom­is­ing play­er in the Twin Cities tech­nol­o­gy scene.
Business
April 23

Land O'Lakes increases paid parental leave

Parenting leave Land O’Lakes also increases paid leave time for new mothers and fathers Wells Fargo & Co. got the headlines earlier this month, but…
Blogs
April 22
“Crop mobs”

Organic farms still on the rise

The number of organic farms continues to increase at double-digit rates
Blogs
April 21

Strawberry Cheerios in; Peanut Butter Multigrain, out.

General Mills is adding two new seasonal flavors of the classic cereal, but has moved to drop a few other varieties recently.
Blogs
April 21

Gov. Dayton names new head of Office of Career & Business Opportunity

To help narrow racial employment disparities, Minnesota created new Office of Career and Business Opportunity. Gov. Dayton appointed office's new head Wednesday.
Blogs
April 20

Minnesota companies join business coalition in support of Paris Agreement

Several Minnesota-based companies have joined a coalition of more than 100 U.S. businesses supporting the Paris Agreement, a global climate change initiative. Nearly every nation will sign the agreement Friday, committing to lower greenhouse-gas emissions, no matter how big or small their economies. Minnesota-based General Mills, M.A.Mortenson Co. and Aveda are among the 110 companies supporting the goals outlined in the Paris Agreement.
Blogs
April 20
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Cub Foods to hold career fair to recruit store managers

With a tight labor market, the Twin Cities supermarket chain looks for new ways to fill positions from deli managers to pharmacists.
Blogs
April 19

Taylor-owned egg company looks to South Dakota for cage-free plant

Glen Taylor's Rembrandt Foods will establish its first 100-percent cage free egg-laying facility in eastern South Dakota.
Blogs
April 19

Land O'Lakes expands paid parenting leave

Land O'Lakes is the latest big company to expand paid parenting league for mothers and fathers
Blogs
April 19

Which fix-up projects offer biggest payback for home sellers?

House appraisers warn that homeowners should not expect a dollar-for-dollar return on investment in their home improvement projects. But here are the ones that work best.
Blogs
April 18

Home builder sentiment holds steady

Builder confidence is strong and has remained unchanged for three consecutive months
Business
April 16

Investing in homeless young people can yield good human and financial return

The executive director of YouthLink in Minneapolis believes she and other homeless-youth advocates now can make a great return-on-investment case for their work.