• By RON BROCHU / BusinessNorth
  • Updated

Three years ago, Brian Forcier announced the construction of Duluth’s largest commercial office building. As president of AtWater Group, he stood side-by-side with then-Mayor Don Ness and outlined details of the $80-plus million project at 425 W. Superior St. 

  • By RON BROCHU / BusinessNorth

For the first time in this area, a health care provider and an insurance company are working jointly to provide a group plan between a commercial insurer and an Accountable Care Organization. 

  • By RON BROCHU / BusinessNorth

A pioneer in Duluth’s craft brewing industry, Tim Nelson is putting more than two decades of experience to use in a new venture – as a brewery consultant. As CEO and development director of recently-formed Bev-Craft, he leads a group of four that has made it their business to help craft brewers.

When most people enter a hospital, they probably assume that those who assist them immediately at the door or in other ways are employees of the institution. This is not always true; in fact, senior volunteering is growing in popularity across the Northland.

  • By BETH BILY / BusinessNorth

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system has revealed the financial reality it’s facing. What lies ahead for the system (formerly known as MnSCU) is a series of choices that hopefully will allow it to continue to deliver quality education but at a lower cost.

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