If Mitt Romney won't tell you which ones need to be closed, we will
See Also:"Hot Cheetos & Takis" video features young Minneapolis rappers from Beats And Rhymes programThursday's City Pages editorial meeting had several special guests. Yep, Hot Cheetos and Takis showed up and they totally overshadowed (and out-crunched) the discussion topics for the week. After ... More >>
As part of its effort to expand into the increasingly popular craft market, MillerCoors has purchased Minneapolis-based Crispin Cider Co., reports the Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal. The full details of the deal, including the selling price of the company, have not been re ... More >>
Pharyngula blogWill he stay or will he go?Prolific, popular science blogger and University of Minnesota professor PZ Myers started a torrent of chatter when he announced that a "prestigious national magazine" had purchased his forum, ScienceBlogs.com. The buyer turned out to be National Geo ... More >>
PepsicoDoes this soda make me look fat?In honor of New York Fashion Week kicking off this week, Pepsi unveiled a new tall and sleek Diet Pepsi can design. In the company's official press release, chief marketing officer Jill Beraud commented, Diet Pepsi has a long history of celebrating women t ... More >>
Photo via WikipediaPZ Myers doesn't meet the New York Times oh-so-high standardsUniversity of Minnesota evolutionary biologist and outspoken atheist PZ Myers just doesn't cut the mustard, as far as the New York Times is concerned. His offense: Daring to call out corporations for seeking to in ... More >>
Should a sugar-beverage company be allowed to blog about its products on a respected science site?
Good news: We now have the seventh-most publicly-traded companies -- 21 -- in the Fortune 500 list. Here's the rankings according to revenue, first within Minnesota, then nationally: 1 (MN) 21 (US) -- UnitedHealth Group 2 (MN) 30 (US) -- Target 3 (MN) 45 (US) -- Best Buy 4 (MN) 47 (US) -- S ... More >>
The taco titan lived to be 86.
This week in food law: Pringles are chips, but crunchberries aren't berries.
How a Minneapolis consulting trio discovered the "iconogasm," and other tales from the trendspotting business.
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