Columnist, reporter | Business

Neal St. Anthony has been a Star Tribune business columnist/reporter since 1984. 

St. Anthony's work has spanned corporate takeovers to financial markets, small businesses, and the emergence of women, immigrants and minorities in business. A native of Minneapolis who first joined the Star Tribune in 1981, St. Anthony holds undergraduate degrees in journalism and business, and an MBA. He also has worked for two publicly held companies, including former regional securities firm Dain Rauscher (1997-98). St. Anthony, who is married and the father of two children, has been a volunteer with the Minneapolis parks, several schools and nonprofit organizations.


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Some Minnesota tech companies are still hiring, for now

The tech sector in Minnesota is still growing, even with the effects of the coronavirus.


Ken Melrose, the 'servant leader' at Toro for 24 years, dies at 79

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Minnesota's high-tech trade group is letting go of the 'high'

The Minnesota High Technology Association will be called MnTech for short.