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Michele Tafoya

200 Minnesotans You Should Know: 2011 Edition

From rising stars and agents of change to industry titans, creative geniuses, sports leaders, and celebrities, meet the people to know about and, if possible, get to know.

December

200 Minnesotans You Should Know + Top 10 Business Lawsuits of the Year

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Minnesota Cup: Game Changers Of Tomorrow

Minnesota Cup: Game Changers Of Tomorrow

2011 Minnesota Cup

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Industrial Real Estate

The Stable Market Segment

Industrial real estate shows signs of life.

Color Me Missoni

Color Me Missoni

The Missoni commercial’s postproduction work was performed entirely in Minneapolis. 


Mobi Slick

Mobi Slick

A local company believes that the market can support a new crutch design.

Paul Revere Rides Again

A former U.S. comptroller general sounds the alarm about the federal budget.

Big Thanks to Small Firms

Big Thanks To Small Firms

The Minnesota Chamber’s Grow Minnesota and Business Connection programs offer a private-sector approach to economic development.

editor note

Spending Wisely

How the beliefs of two leaders past are still relevant today.

Jimmy’s Food and Cocktails

Ring In The Holidays

Where to celebrate (or escape) the season with your clients.

Forward Motion

Mono’s campaign for MSNBC—ready for the political campaign season.

Bread pudding

Winter's Dessert

That would be bread pudding, the humble postprandial comfort food that’s becoming haute.

Ken Dahlberg

“Who The Hell Is Ken Dahlberg?”

Worrell Design

Writing On The Walls

Need space to innovate? W.lab’s whiteboard walls are designed to let your business make its mark.

lawsuits

Top 10 Business Lawsuits Of The Year

We recount the accusations of debt dodging, product failure, bad management, and mutant sugar beets that brought Minnesota business into court in 2011.

The Video Game

The Video Game

Minnesota companies are finding that videos are a crucial element of promoting their brands online.

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