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Twenty local executives to keep a close eye on during the coming year.
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*Note: This is not a comprehensive list of articles for this issue.
Women make up half the work force but less than one-fifth of its executives. What’s being done to
remove the glass ceiling once and for all.
Signs that the local economy is resetting in some creative and profitable ways.
"Medical spas" for cosmetic procedures are popping up all over the Twin Cities.
Private companies are leveling the field with public ones in the competition for talent.
Managers in Russia, Turkey, and Mexico have more buying power.
The Met Council wants to grow it for biofuel and water treatment.
Minnesota's October trade mission to India highlighted a growing global trend.
And why not start the year with a little boastfulness?
Spread good cheer with these New Year's wishes.
Santa, I know you hear many unbelievable stories, but you‚Äôve never heard a story like this.
One of the best chefs you've never heard of is at Pazzaluna.
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