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March

How's Your Brand? + The Waves Brady Benson Made

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At Cool Clean Technologies, CO2 Is The Solution, Not The Problem

At Cool Clean Technologies, CO2 Is The Solution, Not The Problem

An Eagan company holds more than 80 patents that put the greenhouse gas to good use.

Stockbroker Brady Benson: The Waves He Made

Stockbroker Brady Benson: The Waves He Made

Up till the day he retired in October, Brady Benson held on to the traditional commission model he followed throughout his 52-year-career: doing his own research and offering his picks to loyal clients. His industry changed; he didn’t. Along the way, he helped launch numerous Minnesota companies.

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Power Tables

Where to find them; plus 9 great spots for meetings over breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

More Kitchen-Counter Start-ups

New commercial kitchens are business incubators.

No Hamburger, No Tater Tots

Casserole is cassoulet at Spoonriver and Vincent.

What's Happening In March

A roundup of events from throughout the month.

Pin the Tail on the Donkey

Pin The Tail On The Donkey

Make accountability a core value.

A Tale Of Two Critics

What does the U.S. Constitution really mean? Two prominent Minnesotans offer very different takes.

IEnvy

Minnesota wants to be more innovative. Let’s be careful what we wish for.

Between Two Points

Between Two Points

Primordial’s software is gaining ground with the military. Next target: smartphones.

What Does Green Mean?

What Does Green Mean?

Verified Green guides builders through the “green” jungle.

Cycle Chic

Cycle Chic

Twin Six adds graphic style to bicycle apparel.

Granary Road

Granary Road

A new road to connect the University of Minnesota.

Patently Minnesota

Patently Minnesota

It’s medtech, industrial—but where’s the next Control Data?

What’s in Your Budget?

What’s In Your Budget?

We need to better understand how government is spending our money.

Enchanted

Enchanted

For the Petters conspirators, the 9/11 attacks could have meant a reprieve from justice.

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