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Is Elliot Park downtown's next urban redevelopment project?

Downtown's Next Renovation?

It's the last part of downtown to undergo redevelopment, but change has been happening in Elliot Park. Who will shape its future, and how?

May

*Note: This is not a comprehensive list of articles for this issue.

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Kick Butt. Do What's Right. Go Home.

Kick Butt. Do What's Right. Go Home.

Marti Morfitt, former CEO of CNS, on what makes a good career and a good company, and what's next for her.

Seeing Red

Seeing Red

In his native Vietnam, Tuan Pham was an anti-Communist military man. In St. Paul four years ago, his adversaries called him a Communist—and he lost his business.

The Undertaking

The Undertaking

Her work is to care for the living and the dead.

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TechNO 2008

2008 TechNO Expo

The Twin Cities Business Virtual Technology Trade Show

Rotting Produce Means Big Potential

Rotting Produce Means Big Potential

Minnesota companies are exploring opportunities in India, where 30 percent of fruits and vegetables rot before reaching markets.

Behaving Like the Boys

Behaving Like The Boys

A Note on Heisenberg's Principle of Uncertainty.

Branding Without The Iron

Branding Without The Iron

Strong brands call for comprehensive strategies.

1,040th Tax Letter

It's long past time for tax reform. Why isn't the Incumbent Party listening?

About The Trout

Star Prairie's farm-raised fish rivals wild on local menus.

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