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*Note: This is not a comprehensive list of articles for this issue.
Creative destruction keeps the local economy strong. Dave Beal on 25 years of business-watching.
Entrepreneurs and other business leaders who we think will set the tone for 2007.
Local business leaders are cautiously optimistic about what the coming year will bring. But some symptoms could lay business low.
Two attorneys from Merchant & Gould share their story of successfully representing a client's intellectual property case in China.
What's the one government agency that business leaders wish had more money? The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Minnesota manufacturers can thrive in the global economy if they stay flexible.
A well-managed travel program can help keep your people on the road and your costs in check.
Promising the world's best pizza doesn't make it so.
Leadership lessons from ancient Greece.
Somali drivers say Tariq is the best place to get a taste of their homeland
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