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Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal through Business Journals: Get started by setting up a free account

This guide will walk you through the steps of setting up a free account that will allow access to the current Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, and their archives. You also have access to the Book of Lists and full text of region business journals t

Create an Account

  • Create a free UST Account here
  • Use your St. Thomas school email address ( to sign up, and create a password. This password doesn't expire, so it can be different than your school email password.
  • Fill in the form and click on Create Account.
  • The Group Subscriptions window will appear. Check the box next to "St. Thomas University Subscription" and Continue.

  • After you create an account, log out and log back in.
  • You will get an email with the subject line, "Thank you for registering with The Business Journals" confirming that your account was created successfully.


Select the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal by city

You are viewing the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, when you see the logo in the upper left corner.



If you see the Business Journals logo, click on Select a City and choose "Minneapolis/St. Paul" to get to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.


Digital edition of the print version and Book of Lists

  • In the right column, see an online version of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal in print, by clicking on the View this week's edition link.
  • If you see the message "Subscribe to read this edition," this means you are not signed in to your account. Once you sign in you will be able to access it.
















  • For other editions, click on the View this week's edition link and then click on the Archive button in the upper, left corner.
  • The digital edition of the Book of Lists provides local company and industry ranking going back to 2009.


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