Jackie Crosby | Star Tribune

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.

East Bethel couple created a luscious landscape where they 'vacation' at home

Over the years, the ambitious couple turned their property on Coon Lake into a verdant playground.

Minneapolis law giant Gray Plant Mooty names new managing officer

Michael Sullivan Jr. will oversee 175 lawyers across offices in the Twin Cities, Washington, D.C., St. Cloud and Fargo.

Best Buy gets top ranking on list of companies with best sustainability practices

Best Buy's sustainability efforts earned it a top spot on Barron's ranking.

Employees take lead on Target's expanded Black History Month collection

Four years ago, a group of Target employees persuaded the retailer to try a test during Black History Month that would gauge customers’ interest in…

To help aging America, it's time to think beyond nursing homes, says Ecumen chief

Shelley Kendrick, who will take over as chief executive of Ecumen, has spent nearly three decades working in health care and senior services.

American Girl store at Mall of America closing on March 20

Shuttering is cost-cutting move for retailer facing double-digit sales declines.

Minneapolis industrial sprayer Graco ends year by doubling quarterly earnings

Fourth-quarter sales increased in all segments and all global regions.

Frustrated by lack of dementia care options, Twin Cities family decides to build their own

After an early-onset Alzheimer's diagnosis, Jerry Parks' family bought land in Plymouth and found a partner to run a 36-resident home.

Eden Prairie-based Evine Live warns it could be dropped from Nasdaq

Evine Live has until July 15 to get its stock price up.

How Hubert Joly aims to turn Best Buy into a 'happiness' company

CEO Hubert Joly is intensifying the company's focus on helping customers make the most of complicated technology.