Minneapolis-St. Paul almost made yet another top 10 list last week when commercial real estate giant Cushman & Wakefield released Tech Cities 1.0, an in-depth report on America’s most innovative metro areas.

On July 1, new municipal ordinances governing Sick and Safe Time for employees go on the books in both Minneapolis and St. Paul.

The owners of 13 Minnesota food startups will be strutting their stuff at the summer’s biggest gourmet showcase—and, sorry, it’s an event that even the most passionate foodie can’t buy a ticket to.

Minnesota Business magazine is excited to announce the finalists of the 2017 Manufacturing Awards! Minnesota's manufacturing industry has a long history of excellence. Each year, Minnesota Business recognizes the outstanding achievements of this vital, though often behind-the-scenes industry and its leaders. The competition for these awards began with an open nomination process.

The founder of a Minnesota startup has been named as COCO’s second annual Entrepreneur-In-Residence, an award that promises to bring his business both attention and an influx of capital.

Thailand is the United States’ 25th biggest trading partner by total value of exported goods, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

When Tom Wasmoen studied architecture at the University of Minnesota in the late 70’s and early 80’s, far more students were “townies,” as Wasmoen called himself, commuter students who traveled to the U. every day as they worked on their degrees.

When the founders of Step One Foods take the stage at Google Demo Day in California on June 8, they are certain to have one advantage over the other 12 North American startups that will be presenting.

Emojis. Craft beer. Selfies.

That’s a very small (and admittedly, somewhat condescending) list of things that the millennial generation values.

Now add to the list…credit unions?