How a flamingo inspired a Minneapolis PR expert to rebrand her Lola Red agency

Alexis Walsko started the business in 2000 at age 22. She announced a rebrand at the end of April.

How to get your resume past tech filters to a real person

Like most everything else, applications, cover letters and résumés are now online. But computers can be an ally in your job hunt, not a barrier.

Learning from setbacks, Roers concentrates on building more worker-centered culture

Plymouth-based Roers Cos. lost control when growth overtook the company in 2017; its owners have since honed their management skills with a constant eye on the future.

Bad management habits, even if they are small, are amplified in hybrid work

Bethel University research shows managers must avoid distractions and have meaningful interactions for remote employees to feel engaged.

Forty-year advertising vet Chris Preston has some of his best ideas while on his bike

The chief creative officer at Preston Spire is an avid long-distance cyclist and helms an independent, employee-owned ad agency.

A so-so weekend, with sun peeking through

After a soggy start to Friday, the sun returns and lingers into Saturday before showers and storms pop up through the rest of the weekend.

More rain is expected in the week's forecast

When markets turn down, why robots beat humans at picking stocks

A study from a University of Minnesota professor found robo-advisers can be a tool for newer investors who want to calm their panic when the market slides.

A redesigned graduate program at the University of Minnesota trains students on AI

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that data analysis will be among the fastest-growing occupations for years to come.

Here's how to start a construction career and make six figures within a few years

With many contractors saying they can't hire enough workers, establishing a career in carpentry, masonry, heating and the like can be lucrative work.