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Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center Announces Historic Gift from Andrea and Anthony Melchiorre to Support New Cancer Center

(BPT) - Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center (CBMC), an RWJBarnabas Health facility, has received a visionary gift of $30 million from Andrea and Anthony Melchiorre to support the new multidisciplinary …

4 Ways Students Can Develop Entrepreneurial Skills

(Family Features) If you, or a student in your life, is set on embarking on a challenging and rewarding path toward economic success, explore those entrepreneurial interests with these tips.
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Minneapolis shines a light on partners creating new opportunities with city support
Signs of recovery can be seen all around the City of Minneapolis A new video series, Stories of Recovery , highlights some of the incredible rebuilding efforts happening in the city and the people …
Update on Hiawatha Golf Course
The MPRB began and supported several small but impactful projects at Hiawatha Golf Course while funding for a more comprehensive design effort was secured.   Osprey Trash Boom System …
The Calvary Lutheran Church congregation spills into the street to the upbeat music of Brass Solidarity on Sept.11, the last service Calvary will have there until renovation is complete to add deeply affordable housing units to 39th and Chicago. In the interim, Calvary will worship at Iglesia Luterana San Pablo/St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (2742 15th Ave.). (Photo by Jill Boogren)
Calvary church makes room for deeply affordable housing at 39th and Chicago
Sept. 11, 2022, marked the last day of service for a while at Calvary Lutheran Church (3901 Chicago Ave.). It looked a little different on this day, mostly celebratory, a little bittersweet, with …
This YardHome accessory dwelling unit (ADU) was installed in Morris Park with the help of Volunteers of America. It will provide permanent housing for veterans and their families formerly experiencing homelessness. (Photo submitted)
Volunteers of America partners with YardHomes on ADUs for homeless vets
Volunteers of America National Services announces a new partnership with YardHomes, a Minneapolis-St. Paul metro-focused Accessory Dwelling Unit specialist, to create innovative, permanent, …
Two years after a fire destroyed Uncle Edgar's Mystery Book Store and Uncle Hugo's Science Fiction Book Store at 2864 Chicago Ave., owner Don Blyly is reopening. He has purchased the former Glass Endeavors building at 31st and Minnehaha Ave., and will open in June. (Photo by Terry Faust)
Uncle's bookstore finds new home in Longfellow
The civil unrest following George Floyd’s murder in 2020 delivered a double blow to Don Blyly, the longtime owner of the Chicago Avenue business with the double name: Uncle Edgar’s …
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How are family businesses adapting to AI?

Verbit used analyzed data from PwC's 2024 Global NextGen Survey to see how family businesses are adapting to artificial intelligence.

MBA students from top business schools around the globe are pledging to combat climate change

BestColleges reports on top business schools looking to move future corporate leaders toward proactive climate accountability.

Promoting innovation, sustainability and inclusion on the high seas

(BPT) - Defying the oceans on a 12 meter sailboat — while reaching speeds of 17 knots — to cross the finish line first, showing resilience, courage and great strategic skills: this is …

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Average student loan debt declines in 2024

Experian takes a look at student loan debt and at how forgiveness programs have helped in many cases.

Most popular car colors in America

To see what vehicle colors hold sway today, CheapInsurance.com compiled a ranking of the most popular car colors in America using data from Edmunds.

How long do points stay on your driving record?

CheapInsurance.com clears up how long traffic points stay on a driving record and explains how to fight them and lower insurance costs.

The rise and fall(?) of coding bootcamps

After gaining popularity due to the promise of high-paying jobs without the need for a college degree, BestColleges reports on the state of coding bootcamps in 2024.

4 really good reasons to use credit over cash

Money.ca provides several reasons why credit cards should be used over traditional cash without incurring fees and debt while also taking advantage of the perks of using credit.

Even as women outpace men in graduating from college, their earnings remain stuck

The Hechinger Report explains that while women are making strides in colleges and universities, the climb to pay and promotions continues to be slow-moving. 

Copying a person's likeness has become easy with AI. Is it legal?

Verbit explored what legislation might be coming down the pike to regulate the use of peoples' work and likeness with artificial intelligence.