Shaken by a Genmar bankruptcy that he didn’t see coming, he’s determined to rebuild his boat business. No, he doesn’t expect an industry turnaround, but Jacobs says he’ll be profitable regardless.
Breathe Laser Therapy claims to have a better way to help smokers kick the habit. CEO Rick Diamond intends a national rollout. All that stands in the way is a little credibility issue and a treatment method that “sounds like voodoo.”
Fallon has been creative in more ways than one. Besides award-winning advertising, it also has spawned several new agencies that are small, but garnering national attention—in part, by doing “advertising” in nontraditional ways.
Westwood Renewables launches designs for a solar farm located at a landfill between Oronoco and Rochester.
Testimonials and “dancing lessons from God.”
No, Alex can’t come out and play, so Enercise opened a gym.
The Editor's Award for Best Body of Work is one of the industry's top honors.
Workface’s BusinessCard2 offers a digital way for businesspeople to meet, exchange information, and network.
Faegre & Benson names Andrew Humphrey its new managing partner.
Go Home Gorgeous gives in-hospital “body therapy” to brand-new mothers.
And tries to shape eating habits early.
UForce Americanizes China’s big shopping trend.
Minneapolitan Christa Tiefenbacher-Hudson is one of five honorary German consuls in the U.S.
Introducing five of Minnesota’s most accomplished business leaders ever.
Business leaders must address the root causes of business’s troubles.
Moving the gubernatorial primaries up into August makes them even less compelling.
Octopus grabs hold at Piccolo and elsewhere.