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Picking Up The Pace

Minnesota is the world's pacemaker headquarters. It's a mature market in some ways, but continuing to juice up its levels of innovation.

January

The Pacemaker: Past, Present, and Future + The Woman Behind Ecumen

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The 38-Year-Old Start-Up

The 38-Year-Old Start-Up

A big customer pulls back. Revenues fall. Manufacturing capabilities fall short. Retool the plant? Winland Electronics changed everything.

The Woman Behind Ecumen

The Woman Behind Ecumen

Having shepherded the Minnesota Zoo and helped to save the Twins, Kathryn Roberts now leads the former Lutheran Board of Social Ministry into a new age of senior-living management.

2020 Foresight

2020 Foresight

State Demographer Tom Gillaspy says Minnesota will have a major labor shortage 10 years from now. Only productivity gains will save the state's economy.

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Chefs on Wheels

Chefs On Wheels

Two Twin Cities entrepreneurs have plans to change the definition of "convenience foods."

Listening More Closely

Listening More Closely

Vocalabs helped pioneer the idea of surveying customers right after they get service.

Winners

Winners

Reports from the national Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards and the Minnesota Magazine and Publications Association awards.

Horse-Sense Governance

Horse-Sense Governance

The difference between boards that "technically" fulfill their duties and those that really do.

Good Riddance To The Old Decade

Resolutions for the new one.

Fire, Brimstone, And Lemon Ricotta Pancakes

Mitch Omer's autobio-cookbook.

Transcendence In A Loaf Pan

Meatloaf at Wilde Roast.

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