A money loser for many years, med-tech firm Angeion is now running a profit under CEO Rod Young—and was one of the hottest local stocks of 2006. That success reflects the good fit between product and leader.
The acceleration of non-check bill paying has pushed Deluxe Corporation to pursue new product lines. So far, the stock market likes what it sees.
Loan repayments, consumer purchases, the likelihood that patients will take their medication—oh, and its own double-digit growth rates. New CEO Mark Greene sees a solid future in new applications and integration of Fair Isaac's "predictive analytics."
When new technology will alter the way people work, teaching them to use the software ain't the half of it.
Twin Cities Business has been named the best regional business magazine in the United States.
Ten ways to improve your "followship."
Chez Colette's 30-minute-lunch.
Tokoyo-based EyePlusPlus finds a Minnesota partner for a radical new sight-assistance technology.
The right design can help you cut through the clutter and get noticed on the trade show floor.
For its potential to raise Twin Cities visibility and attract future events, the 2008 Republican National Convention trumps even the NFL championship.