The country has fewer than 400 corporate jets, but a potentially huge market is about to be unleashed.
One Day University’s lecture series, aimed at learners over 50, comes to Minneapolis later this month.
General Mills, one of the country’s largest food companies, on Saturday night announced in a stunning about-face that it was withdrawing its controversial plans to make consumers give up their right to sue it.
The notion of “extended producer responsibility’’ is the core idea behind a new market-based approach to recycling.
Businesses are replacing their paper rewards-program cards with an electronic swipe.
Some states require labels disclosing use of genetically modified ingredients, but Minnesota’s big foodmakers oppose such initiatives.
The first towboat to arrive in St. Paul, another harbinger of spring, arrived on one of the latest dates in more than 40 years.
University of St. Thomas instructors are testing their business acumen with launch of CourseCal, a cloud-based calendar and course management platform.
Gopher Resource’s plant in Eagan is one of the few plants left recycling and repurposing car batteries.
A cremation urn and casket with the team’s logo might be a clutch hit, helping lighten the mood at a time when it’s needed most.
A lack of academic rigor at the University of Minnesota is painfully obvious on the résumés of today’s graduates.
More financial details are simplified and harmonized for same-sex and opposite-sex couples. But the exceptions can be complicated.
The program blends online games and social media tools to encourage people to achieve their health care goals.