For more than 50 years, the Minnesota Inventors Congress has lured lone-wolf tinkerers and garage gadgeteers to Redwood Falls. For some, the event has provided a springboard for starting a business. But with attendance shrinking, can it reinvent itself and stay relevant?
Minnesota’s business leaders are tackling their most pressing business challenge head on.
Twitter feeds, blogs, and oh yeah, traditional media—is it too much information, or just enough to create new opportunities? Here’s What Business Thinks™ about the new media landscape.
At Victory 44 and Travail, a bargain-priced tour of a chef's creative thinking.
Better budgets, a terrorist named Lars, and Larry Bird.
The Minnesota High Tech Association’s 2010 Tekne Awards honor the companies, products, and individuals that drive the state’s technology industries.
John Opdahl and his son have created a system for fastening video-capable iPods to helmets.
Zencoder makes it easier to watch TV on your computer.
Ovative Group connects start-ups with large companies seeking innovative digital technologies.
The company opens a facility for endurance training and plans to blend consumer and corporate markets.
But how long can Groupon imitators and their retailer clients live on price cuts?
Minnesota goes on a tear to corner “non-compliant” business taxpayers.
Others are doing it well; can the Twin Cities?
The case for instilling a conscience in our future leaders.