Can a DIY culture of meet-ups, competitions, and “unconferences” spark more start-ups in the state?
Marquette Real Estate Group—successor to United Properties—reorganized in 2008 in order to expand nationally. Turns out that those moves also positioned it to take advantage of opportunities in one of the worst downturns ever in commercial real estate.
Honoring five of Minnesota's most valued corporate directors.
Is the stadium generating positive returns on the public’s investment? Let’s check the scoreboard. Just don’t expect to see a final score.
Chef Stewart Woodman's new book, despite its title, is "meant to be cooked from."
While other printers have closed up shop, Ambassador Press has anticipated changes in the market and stayed on top.
Staggemeyer staves flavor more of the world’s wines.
Global Miniatures produces mini works of art.
News bits from around Minnesota.
The West Bank music club uses a for-profit mentality to boost a nonprofit mission.
A Minnesota manufacturer grabbing work from overseas competitors? Mid-Continent Engineering is doing just that.
Law firms’ new-business practices help entrepreneurs build strong company foundations.
It’s about food, health care, the arts, and design.
Taking off is hard to do.
Lessons in corporate governance from Hewlett-Packard.
The candidates must offer substantive ideas about the budget, services, and health care access.
Heartland and others tuck into the charcuterie trend.
Minnesota’s medical device innovators are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible and making patients’—and doctors’—lives easier.