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Originally from the East Coast, Dee earned her undergraduate degree at Vassar College and a master's degree in journalism at the University of Maryland. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, fitness, reading, and being an adjunct journalism professor.

Minnesota's inaugural racial equity index shows progress, but gaps remain

The Center for Economic Inclusion issued its first Racial Equity Dividends Index after 22 cities and counties had their economic development practices evaluated.

Wage theft in Twin Cities costs low-wage workers $86M a year, study finds

Rutgers University analyzed five years of data from the metro area to come to its conclusions.

We forgot our manners during work-from-home — how to relearn office etiquette

Pros offer Office Etiquette 101 lessons as workers return to their desks.

Thrivent spreading prestigious art collection to office walls to entice workers back downtown

While managers get to choose artwork for their walls, employees also can weigh in on pieces hung near their cubicles.

St. Paul's Center for Economic Inclusion using more than $1M in grants to expand

The center will grow to nine cities thanks to $1.6 million in grants from Google and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Geri Joseph, Hubert Humphrey speech writer and DFL leader, dies at 100

She accumulated an impressive array of awards and job titles and molded generations of Democrats.

Autism Job Fair works to connect employers with people on the spectrum

Bremer Bank, Andersen Windows, Metro Transit, MHealth Fairview, HyVee, Minneapolis Police and others participated in what is believed to be the first Autism Job Fair in Minnesota.

As new development by Allianz Field nears, backers seek $22M from St. Paul

The group proposing the $160 million United Village development in St. Paul's Midway asked the city for $21.6 million for infrastructure improvements.

Want to know if your degree from a Minnesota college is worth it? Check out state's new tool

A new Minnesota data tool tracks wages won seven years after getting that degree and lets you factor in student loan debt.

Minnesota car dealers brace for impact as UAW expands strike to Ford's largest plant

The strike reaches the automaker's factory in Louisville, Ky., where 8,700 workers walked off the job Wednesday.