Recent content from Neal St. Anthony
The founder of Twin Cities-based InstaTrim has experienced a 35% decline this year on Amazon, its primary platform, after several years of rapid growth.
The funds will result in $2.5 billion in new lending in the Twin Cities, Sunrise executives say.
Meda is the largest nonprofit finance provider in Minnesota.
Jeff "Nacho" Carlson guides Minneapolis youth and fellow mentors to green a small piece of the planet.
Park Supply's bankruptcy case helped resolve its dispute with lenders but it still has a big rebuilding job.
The Green Neighbor Challenge founder talks about the $100,000 grant the nonprofit recently received and how it connects people with programs.
Kenya McKnight-Ahad is part of a growing cohort of Black entrepreneurs providing space for other emerging businesses.
The industry expects to exceed 10% of Minnesota power generation by 2030, Griffin Dooling said.
Nancy St. Germaine, a veteran commercial-construction contractor, and her husband and business partner, Justin Wells, have struggled to get the former Welna Hardware in the Seward neighborhood rolling as Jack's Hardware and Farm Supply.
The proposed Tamarack mine boasts high-concentrate nickel, sought by Tesla and the growing electric-vehicle industry.