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New Leo A Daly managing principal has eye on deeper local ties
Cindy McCleary said she's seeking to increase connections to local social-outreach and business organizations, based on her experience.
Mall of America owner puts megamall on line for huge N.J. project
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Schafer: DEED has new plan to measure results
Former Silicon Valley executive Steve Grove knew where to look for a better way: Google.
Trump properties rely on a roving crew of Hispanic workers
The hiring practices of the little-known Trump business unit is the latest example of the chasm between the president's rhetoric and his company's actions.
U research digs into why people with generous unemployment benefits take longer to find work
Time pressure forces people to find work more quickly, but with more strain.
In new day for Iron Range, iron ore plant in Silver Bay celebrates $100M upgrades
Upgraded plant is latest sign of resurgence for state's ore-processing industry.
Gensler design firm's new Minneapolis offices are an idea showroom
"We think of our whole office as a workshop and the design lab is the heart of our shop," said Bill Baxley, principal and managing director.
How to mess up a variable annuity
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5 simple ways to get out of credit card debt faster
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Regulators rip Xcel's proposed $650 million deal for Mankato power plant
Xcel Energy's proposed $650 million purchase of a gas-fired power plant in Mankato has run into strong opposition from two state agencies concerned about its potential impact on ratepayers.
You can plan for tomorrow and still enjoy life today
If you wish to develop better financial habits, they need to be integrated with the life you want to live.
What to do if you need to sell stocks now
Not all stocks in your investment portfolio are the same, so when you go to sell, do research.
Why you should consider opening a business in retirement
The 55- to 64-year-old age cohort accounted for more than a quarter of new business startups in 2017, according to the Kauffman Foundation.
Finding the right sales leader is crucial
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These types of apps could prompt impromptu spending
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Good sentence structure can eliminate confusion, writing coach Gilson says
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Wells Fargo to shrink office in Shoreview, costing 400 jobs
Wells Fargo is shrinking a customer service center in Shoreview, a move that will lead to the elimination of about 400 jobs.
Use your imagination to 'imagineer' your life
Always remember that if you can conceive it, you can create a plan, get to work and bring your vision to fruition.
Business bookshelf: A view of China's rapid changes from the seat of a taxi
The Shanghai Free Taxi Frank Langfitt, PublicAffairs, 300 pages, $28. In China, where a century’s worth of development has been squeezed into decades, cabbies…
Plastic litter on beaches is intolerable to tourists
The plastics industry can expect ever more curbs on its products, a trend that will force businesses involved to reshape.
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