The founders of Element Six Media want to change the way marketing is done. Heck, they want to change the world.
That’s Legislative Auditor James Nobles’ take on the state’s pension system. How did it happen? And how long a ladder might taxpayers need to provide?
Dave Durenberger’s long campaign for moderation.
Steve Schussler is proof that the entrepreneur at age 35 can be seen already in the entrepreneur at 13. In his new book, It’s a Jungle In There, the founder of the Rainforest Café chain and Schussler Creative tells how his career creating themed restaurants took off—and in these excerpts, how a knack for seeing opportunity took him to extremes.
Eat carefully; at Szechuan Spice, the soup is in the dumpling.
As long as you’re grabbing the same CK boxer briefs or Hanes tighty-whities off the shelf every time, say Man Essentials’ cofounders, why not get them delivered instead?
LumiData’s sales analysis software helps suppliers convince big retailers to keep carrying their products.
Storyworks Media uses video vignettes to explain—and sell—complex health care benefits and financial products to millions of consumers.
Esbee’s founder lands a leading role on a business trip to India.
Are corporate political gifts worth making?
Itizen is part of the collaborative consumption movement.
MinnPost is doing an analog version of what the algorithms in e-commerce sites do: “If you liked X, then you might also like Y.”
The Biobusiness Alliance of Minnesota has traced the growth of a “family tree” of start-ups that have Cargill connections.
What the “boneless chicken wing” teaches about commodity prices in the restaurant business.
Thoughts from my third day on the job.
More issues that the candidates must address: education, nullification, and collaboration.