The Business Journals
Owamni by the Sioux Chef, the Indigenous-foods restaurant that's part of a riverside overhaul near the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, could be open by summer.
Players, First Tee kick off youth leadership program
Today 9:01 EST
Cargill may sell its sugar-trading business to Copersucar
Today 8:47 EST
Cargill, a 50% partner in the world's biggest sugar trader, is in talks to sell the stake as part of a move to refocus its business away from its history as a commodities trader.
The University of Minnesota won't admit new students into several liberal arts doctoral programs this fall in a move aimed at saving money as the school copes with the lingering financial effects of...
Buffalo Business Blitz nears $500,000 in donations
Today 8:22 EST
These are the 10 places in Erie and Niagara counties that have the highest percentages of housing units (houses, condos, etc.) that have been built since 2000.
Florida's Business and Regulation secretary Beshears steps down, cites 'health issues'
Today 7:55 EST
He was in the line of fire last year, as the governor and his administration ordered widespread business shutdowns to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Commuter alert: Portion of Bayshore Boulevard to close for road maintenance starting Monday
Today 7:47 EST
Five things you need to know today, and one great podcast
Today 7:19 EST
Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day.
One Thousand Museum penthouse sells for $16M
Today 7:17 EST
Business owners in Louisville are less optimistic about recovery than other cities, study says
Today 7:07 EST
Many small business owners, including those here in Louisville, have a somber outlook on recovering from the second wave of Covid-19.
A beloved community is not a pipe dream, but it does take hard work, commitment and a resolve to push even more when times are troubled like they are this Monday.
Playhouse in the Park names new development director
Today 5:30 EST
P&G Ventures names winner of CES Innovation Challenge
Today 5:28 EST
The average U.S. home throws out 240 pounds of food a year. The 2021 winner of the P&G Ventures Innovation Challenge at CES has developed a product that could help change that.
Seattle's new tax on business, which went into effect Jan. 1, could be an accounting nightmare for companies. Even determining what counts as a “Seattle employee” may not be as easy as it seems.
Covid-19 cases shut down Missouri House for a week
January 17, 2021
The city previously sued a predecessor to JA Industries, claiming it played a part in a local gun trafficking scheme.
WrestleMania set to return to Tampa Bay in April
January 17, 2021
The highly anticipated event cancelled its Tampa plans in March 2020 just as the pandemic raged. Now, WWE says it is set for a do-over.
Venture capital investor likes being the one who writes the checks
January 16, 2021
After landing a $7.5 million Series A in October, Gig Wage has extended the round to include Foundry Group.
Two Greater Cincinnati schools have received national recognition from the National Elementary and Secondary Education Act for their academic achievement.
Independent music venues struggle to stay afloat during pandemic
January 16, 2021
Concert venues in the U.S. have received no government relief and were among the first businesses to close last spring and will be one of the last to reopen, even though their expenses continue.
BREW’d craft pub is under new ownership
January 15, 2021
Rockwell Group architect and partner Shawn Sullivan talks about growing up in the Puget Sound region and shares some design renderings of the new suites, lounges, restaurants and bars inside Climate...