Recent content from Lee Schafer
One person's runaway and wasteful costs are someone else's core business revenue.
The country's 16th largest metro doesn't dominate the Fortune 500 list because of its size.
It provides a fascinating glimpse into a problem that big companies might continue to have as they keep trying to grow in their main lines of business.
Soona CEO and co-founder Liz Giorgi put contract language into the company's financing documents: "I'm sick of this nonsense."
The growth of the Twin Cities can't be explained by having more appealing restaurants or shiny stadiums.
Flexible office spaces like WeWork's represent just 2% of the U.S. office market. But some experts worry they are subject to a run when a downturn comes. It's a classic mismatch problem, our business columnist writes.
One reason to pick up a book described as a “field guide for college preparation” for the parents of high schoolers is for insight into…
You have to wonder, once again, exactly what's wrong with trying to make money or why a nonprofit has to step in.
What he got out of the presentation is that Apple displayed what its customers wanted.
Tariffs reshape economic activity in lots of different ways. It's not always easy to know who bears how much of the burden.