Adam Platt

Adam Platt is executive editor at Twin Cities Business magazine, a position he has held since 2011. He assigns, edits, and writes features stories, concepts and edits our Starters section, and helps set the overall editorial course for the magazine while ensuring copy is flowing as it should. A seasoned journalist-turned-editor, he attended Macalester College in St. Paul, became a staff writer and media critic for the Twin Cities Reader, moved on to become editor of Casino Executive, and then joined Mpls.St.Paul magazine in 1998, where he served as executive editor until joining TCB.
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City Centered: Here's to the Rest

Sometimes you don’t have to be “best” to make a big impact.


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City Centered: A Savior for the Strib?

Is Glen Taylor the 21st-century newspaper baron we’ve been looking for?


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City Centered: Fine Whine

Urban complainers are a city’s best friend.


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City Centered: Tweetle Dumb

Why do smart journos become tone-deaf on social media?


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City Centered: In the Dark on the Light Rail

Beware of what passes for knowledge on hot button urban issues.


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