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After jobs in Illinois and upstate New York in business and metro news as well as features, Roberts moved to Apple Valley at the end of 2014 with her journalist husband and their two sons and has enjoyed exploring Minnesota, from the giant ball of twine to Lake Pepin, Twin Cities landmarks, town baseball and the Twins. Find her on Instagram at @cathy_robertsstrib.

Facebook parent Meta plans $700M data center for Rosemount

The University of Minnesota Board of Regents will vote next week whether to approve a 208-acre land sale to the tech giant.

In this day and age, leaders need a sharp edge — and empathy

A record 323 employers in Minnesota made the cut in our 14th annual Top Workplaces.

Diversity expert to companies: Don't lose momentum gained in past few years

In an interview, Yohuru Williams of St. Thomas' Racial Justice Initiative talks about his approach to diversity training and his concerns about trend lines.

Star Tribune Top Workplaces nomination deadline extended

Any organization with 50 or more employees can be nominated for the list.

Lee Anderson made his fortune by adding onto his family's plumbing business

Lee and Penny Anderson pledged $75 million to University of St. Thomas on Tuesday.

Nominate your company for Minnesota's Top Workplaces list

The deadline to nominate companies is Feb. 10.

Northshore Mining will be closed until at least next spring

Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves said Friday the company has enough scrap steel to last until next spring and won't need the Iron Range pellets until then.

Workers changed during the pandemic, and Minnesota employers must, too

More workers want flexibility, and a culture that respects their views.

Workers will demand more flexibility. Minnesota company leaders need to figure it out

Those leaders will need to come up with ways to accommodate a new way of thinking.

Inflation, supply chain troubles catch up to Minnesota public companies

Companies ended 2021 on a strong note and were able to raise prices, but in the first quarter, firms from Polaris to Target took a hit on profits or operating margins.