Twelve months' worth of the most notorious local ventures into the legal system.
Minnesota's largest developer and owner of multifamily housing is able to finance apartment projects that other developers can't by negotiating the red tape of tax credits.
Regional auto glass installation and collision repair firm ABRA has suffered a little in the recession—but not enough to shatter its expansion plans.
Commit to a consistent, top-to-bottom talent management program, and you'll equip your enterprise with a steady succession of leaders.
Debt counseling service Auriton Solutions benefits from independence, federal program.
A new craft brand—45th Parallel—elbows its way in.
Survey & Ballot Systems makes it easier for cooperatives to have fair elections.
New industrial uses for fryer oil.
Making a "trend brand for the farm kid."
Smaller shop Clarity Coverdale Fury can celebrate 30 years by adjusting to industry changes.
News bits from around Minnesota.
Minnesota medical providers are leading the nation in the transition to electronic medical records.
Standard hourly fees for attorneys may be going away.
LEED-certified attorneys are assisting clients with their green building efforts.
A large cluster of wood-products companies—and Minnesota's first non-native settlement—are the legacy of timber harvesting.
We're fortunate to see a neglected friend return.
Few places have it this year, but the Dakota does.