Jackie Crosby | Star Tribune
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Jackie Crosby is a general assignment business reporter who also writes about workplace issues and aging. She has also covered health care, city government and sports. 

A native of Jacksonville, Fla., she has somehow figured out how to survive the Minnesota winters.


Target, other top retailers push hard to enhance customer rewards programs

Retailers try to distinguish themselves in giving steady customers incentives to come back


Target tells suppliers to pick up cost of China trade tariffs

The pointed memo to hundreds of national-brand vendors highlights the ripple effect of the Trump administration's ongoing trade war with China.


Glen Taylor is back as CEO of Taylor Corp. after niece steps aside

Niece Deb Taylor had served as CEO since 2015.


Losses continue at Eden Prairie's ShopHQ, but at a slower pace

Company expects sales to slide this year as it adjusts product mix and improves operations.


What does Generation Z want out of Minnesota workplaces?

Companies need to adjust their approach to attract the newest crop of workers.


Starting today, Eden Prairie home shopping network will be ShopHQ again

Evine is rebranding to the name it stopped using in 2015 as part of a broader effort to try to reignite sales.


Gig economy is here to stay, Field Nation's Mynul Khan says

The company finds contract jobs for IT workers — and the firm has only grown.


U research digs into why people with generous unemployment benefits take longer to find work

Time pressure forces people to find work more quickly, but with more strain.


Former energy trader, star wrestler accused of multimillion-dollar fraud

Timothy Krieger countered that everything "was blessed" by the SEC and tax accountants.


One man dead after a night of three shootings in Minneapolis

The latest homicide capped a violent week in the city.