“We need to do our part as a city to make sure that we … seek talent from all over the place,” said Mark Brinda, who oversees the city’s workforce training initiatives.
Tina Smith traded barbs with Gov. Mark Dayton on the MinnRoast stage for years when she was lieutenant governor. As the junior senator from Minnesota, she’ll be flying solo at MinnRoast 2018.
In our research into the emerging definition of ethics in virtual reality, my colleagues and I interviewed the developers and early users of virtual reality to understand what risks are coming and how we can reduce them.
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Portland developer Kevin Cavenaugh doesn’t build a lot of traditional buildings. What he is known for —and what he came to Minneapolis to talk about — is building smaller.
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Farmers and other landowners in Chisago County have put up a dozen solar gardens, with another four now in the planning stages.
David Gaither leads the International Education Center, which provides adult newcomers in the Twin Cities with language classes and the skills necessary for the workforce.
In recent years, Polaris Industries, the leading producer of off-road vehicles, has recalled hundreds of thousands of its trail machines due to a fire danger. The problem shows no sign of abating.
MinnPost is looking to hire our first-ever Audience Development & Engagement Manager to help grow our audience. Applications are due by March 14.
The debate over ‘The North’ may be the most authentic thing about it. We’re both self-conscious and conscientious; in the spotlight we wonder how we look — if we deserve the spotlight at all.
The team’s decision to return to its longtime former broadcast partner is about strategic timing and short-term needs.
Authored by two economists from the Department of Employment and Economic Development, the report chronicles the past and present of immigration trends to the state.
Controversy exists about who first “created” the Hamm’s bear.
The picture is not entirely rosy. Manufactures also face a challenge that has lingered since the country emerged from the Great Recession: a dearth of workers.
The involvement of the conservative pro-business PAC in Minneapolis city elections had become a major talking point of progressive activists in the months and weeks leading up to the voting.
Yet whatever their niche, most local Somali-owned media outlets — including those that have been around for years — often struggle to generate revenue.
“Economists have a rough rule of thumb: Move the decimal point one place to left, and you’re far more likely to come up a better measure of economic impact than the NFL number.”
During its first 10 months of service, the center managed to assist nearly 500 people to find jobs.