Embracing Generational Change At The 2016 America’s SBDC ConferenceBizBuySell President Bob House recaps a small business conference held at a time when there are four generations in the American workforce.
4 Essential Steps For Creating Your Most Successful Marketing PlanDIAKADI Founder and Co-owner Billy Polson shares four essential tips to get your marketing strategy in shape.
No Lunch At Chipotle MondayThose who make it a habit to kick off their work weeks with lunch at Chiptole will have to come up with an alternate solution this week. All restaurant locations will not be opening until 3 p.m. Monday -- instead of the standard 11 a.m. -- so workers can attend meetings about the chain's recent food safety scares.
Chipotle Briefly Closing For Nationwide All-Staff Food Safety MeetingA major restaurant chain is closing its stores all over the country. Chipotle is shutting down, but it is just temporary. The company announced it will close all of its restaurants on Feb. 8 for a few hours.
Need For Tech Workers Helps Bump Holiday Hiring NumbersBelieve it or not, Christmas is seven weeks away. That means a lot of businesses are busy hiring for the holidays. A new survey from the job website CareerBuilder shows 33 percent of companies plan to hire seasonal help this year -- up from 26 percent in 2014.
CenturyLink, Vikings Announce Partnership, Wi-Fi Access Points In New StadiumThe bricks and mortar are being put into place at the new U.S. Bank stadium. Now, construction on the Wi-Fi infrastructure will begin.
Lund's & Byerly's Branding Together With New NameByerly's and Lund's stores have been owned by the same company for 18 years, and starting Thursday, the grocery stores will share their name: "Lund's and Byerly's."
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Audit Finds MNsure Missteps With Marketing WorkMinnesota's health insurance exchange failed to properly authorize over $925,000 in marketing work and didn't update its contract with its vendor to cover it until after the job was done, Legislative Auditor James Nobles reported Tuesday.
Stores Prepare To Fight Amazon For Christmas BusinessIn the past, brick and mortar stores like Target and Wal-Mart have chased Amazon.com's low pricing. But according to Wells Fargo study, that changed in the last six months. University of St. Thomas Marketing Instructor Jon Seltzer says all three are stepping up, but in different ways.
Free Symposium Held To Help Vets Do Better BusinessMinnesota veterans are learning about owning and running their own businesses. The Association of the United States Army and U.S. Bank got together Wednesday to present a free symposium for veterans.
Minnesota Exchange Gets New MarketersMinnesota's health insurance exchange has named two firms to run its marketing for the next two years. MNsure said Friday that Grassroots Solutions and Clarity Coverdale Fury will handle the work, with a new marketing campaign to launch this fall.