August 16, 2020

The ABCs of risk-taking

One of the reasons we admire people who take risks is that most of us are scared stiff at the prospect of taking risks ourselves. […]
August 16, 2020

3 ways companies are trying to surviving COVID-19 era

Q: What advice do you have for companies trying to survive during COVID-19? A: Good question, and one that reminds me of a course I […]
August 16, 2020

GPS, watch out. Here comes China's system

COVID-19 may have left roads around the globe barren of cars, but it hasn’t stopped China from claiming leadership over the world of navigation and […]
August 16, 2020

Attacks, pandemic a 'gut punch' for Chicago's famed Magnificent Mile

CHICAGO – Neil Mehra’s cigar shop just off Chicago’s Michigan Avenue wouldn’t normally share much in common with big brand-name stores such as Tiffany’s and […]
August 16, 2020

How to make Facebook 'let go' of an e-mail address

Q: When I first signed up for Facebook, I gave my work e-mail. Later, I got a personal Gmail address and signed up for a […]
August 15, 2020

Business owner donates Duluth Pack-manufactured gear after Ivanka Trump visit

She built a headquarters/warehouse for her Fond du Lac-based business, Heart Berry. She purchased a trailer to haul her Ojibwe apparel to and from powwows […]
August 15, 2020

Xcel's residential electric vehicle program gets a charge

Xcel Energy’s electric-vehicle offensive in Minnesota includes spending up to $150 million on vehicle rebates and bolstering efforts to provide in-home and public charging systems. […]
August 15, 2020

A $2 trillion credit boom leaves America's smaller firms behind

Unprecedented government stimulus has allowed more companies to borrow at lower rates than ever before. Yet amid the credit boom, smaller firms that power America’s […]
August 15, 2020

Is the pandemic the crisis that will finally change college sports?

It’s astonishing what research nuggets of pure gold can be found for free on the internet — like a foundation’s very thick and damning report […]
August 15, 2020

Minnesota and private partners need to support rebuilding inner-city commercial corridors

K.B. and Katie Brown, who have owned Wolfpack Promotionals in north Minneapolis for six years, are back in business on W. Broadway. The commercial printer […]