Recent content from Lee Schafer
It's easy to guess where it's really painful, with social distancing keeping lots of people from shopping in stores or staying in hotels.
Making decisions, over and over throughout a day, can use up our capacity for self-control.
The boomers and Xers remember when Microsoft was so dominant that a federal judge ordered it broken up. That year of peak Microsoft…
Reminders of the one-time giant Control Data Corp. (CDC) can be seen all over the Twin Cities, from a street named Computer Avenue in Edina…
HealthPartners shows how the providers have had to tweak facilities, make plans for staffing and more so much still unknown about the disease.
It's clear we can't go back to normal yet, and likely not for months.
Whether this proposed mine ever operates in the northeastern corner of our state was always about politics.
What the conflict really boils down to is differing notions of security when it comes to patient information. And money, too.
Jody Weinberg is a champion of using a telephone to fill a pipeline of potential sales contacts.
The country's 16th largest metro doesn't dominate the Fortune 500 list because of its size.