How do you market baseball to fans with no desire to spend the game in an assigned seat?
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After months of virus-related closures and subsequent damage during protests, local businesses now face a new challenge to reopening: glass repair backlogs.
Is the economy slowing down? Not if you keep watch on construction cranes in the Twin Cities.
Even though Zoom has become a daily necessity for doing business, many still find video conferencing to feel awkward and unnatural.
Huge mergers are altering the Twin Cities legal landscape, where firms face intense competition for business clients and legal talent.
The organization holds pop-up markets selling goods of all kinds in various locations around the city.
Restaurateurs say surcharges are needed to offset growing health care costs and mandatory minimum wage increases.
When North St. Paul-based Lillie Suburban Newspapers “serving the St. Paul suburbs since 1937” abruptly shut down at the end of September, it almost passed without notice.
Comparing one deficient place to another isn’t necessarily a comprehensive assessment, after all. Melissa Kjolsing, CEO and co-founder of substance abuse recovery software company Recovree, notes the ranking could have been titled “least worst cities.”
Rosen talks TV news biz, college vs. professional sports and his relationship with Tom Barnard.
League problems threaten the stability of local women’s pro hockey.
A Q&A with Caribou President and CEO John Butcher.
Both chains have a limited presence in the state.
The largest individual donation in HealthPartners’ history, the gift will go toward enhancing care for patients with eating disorders.
Escalators are an ongoing headache for property owners says Mike Salmen, managing principal of the Twin Cities office of Transwestern. “They’re frequently out of commission,” he says. On the other hand, “stairs don’t usually break.”
TCB spoke with Dr. Bill McGuire from a broadcast booth overlooking the pitch at Allianz Field, where they discussed the economics of soccer and his goals for its future.
Hubbard set out to own the local sports fan’s smartphone by building a content platform that didn’t have to be exclusively consumed live, in the car.
Shooli is a mobile shoe repair service.
The airline’s CEO believes the Eagan-based company still “has to define its place in the market.”
The nonprofit Public Record Media filed suit last year against Minnesota’s Department of Employment and Economic Development and regional economic development group Greater MSP to reveal details of the bid.