Recent content from Neal St. Anthony
St. Paul speaker manufacturer Dan Digre, who hasn't voted for a Democrat for president for 40 years, has had it with Trump's trade war.
Mickman Brothers of Ham Lake will post about $20 million this year in wholesale revenue, making it one of the nation's largest wreath producers.
Jordan Dotson, who got her first internship the summer after eighth grade, is a recent star of Minneapolis Step Up.
Gene Koehler underscores that ethic about the "dignity of work," fair wages and the right of the worker to prosper.
Sue Thomas, 51, doesn't laud herself. But the results at the Brooklyn Park company, which has operations across the U.S., speak for themselves.
Foundation trustees want to sell bank, but executives cry foul.
Share prices have jumped by 20% since Nov. 15 alone, after the company announced record fiscal 2019 performance, a promising acquisition and a bright outlook for next year.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday claims foundation directors are seeking to enrich themselves by selling the bank.
The Accel Group has a dozen Fredrikson lawyers from different practices work with early-stage businesses on issues such as intellectual property, advisory boards, ownership, finance and governance.
A $55 million capital-raising campaign is going on to help Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity double annual production of affordable mortgages to about 230 new and refurbished homes over the next several years.