The company means to feed its development side by positioning more of its concepts for sale. The upshot: Parasole will double its number of restaurants in the next five years.
Spy gear is everywhere. Should your business beware?
Sears Imported Autos had to choose between two German luxury brands. Here’s why it picked Mercedes-Benz.
Star treatment for your VIP clients and guests.
At Red Stag, meals are complete with or without meat.
Compellent patiently watched and waited, and then positioned itself for a deal.
As the governor's adviser on job creation, Kathy Tunheim wants to lead “a more substantive conversation.”
Cambria Mortgage made more than $60 million in home loans in 2010.
Salmon leather as a luxury alternative to calfskin or snakeskin?
Experienced Resources places seasoned health care execs in short-term assignments.
Premium dinner plates made from sugar cane fiber.
The furniture maker invited customers to make offers they’d trade for Blu Dot items.
The Capital City Partnership takes a new director and a new direction.
Where efficiency trumps effectiveness, no one wins—not customers, not companies.
18 avid golfers in the local business community share some of their favorite courses in Minnesota and elsewhere.
Craft brewers are on a growth bender. Now more of them want to create both the beers people love to drink and the places beer drinkers love to visit.
A conversation with longtime start-up middleman Rich Daly.
As businesses continue to innovate, governors and legislators must learn to do so, too.
How Malt-O-Meal’s new all-natural cereal brand “kicked some shelf”—with only its packaging design as a marketing campaign.
This is our real “Sputnik moment.”
An annual focus on corporate and individual philanthropy.
A breakdown of how each generation gives back.