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Tom Petters Interview: Plausible Deniability?

After more than three years of silence, Tom Petters explains how the nation's third-largest Ponzi scheme occurred on his watch.

May

The Untold Story of Tom Petters + Could Eveve Eat OpenTable's Lunch?

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Eveve Software Vs. OpenTable: Reservations War

Eveve Software Vs. OpenTable: Reservations War

Local upstart Eveve is taking a bite out of OpenTable’s hide—because it saves restaurants money.

2012 International Citizen Awards Honorees

2012 International Citizen Awards Honorees

This year’s International Citizen Awards honorees have embarked on socially conscious initiatives.

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Van Halen

Top Tickets

Doubt

Art Picks

Trophy Rooms

Four award-winning projects from local luxury-home builders and remodelers.

The Butcher Block

The Butcher Block

An Italian gem hides away amid the buzz of Northeast Hennepin.

Barbie

Fashion & Pink Power

Peterson Milla Hooks decides to let Barbie be Barbie.

Mark Stenglein

A Connected Man

The Downtown Council chose Mark Stenglein because he can raise money and manage coalitions among fractious politicians.

Wade Wiestling

Remaking Morton’s

The celebrated steakhouse is being reinvented from the Twin Cities.

Met Council

M Is For Mental

The Met Council and Dakota County squabble over paint.

Piano Bars

War Of The Ivories

Is downtown Minneapolis big enough for two dueling-piano bars?

Best Buy

The Last Shall Be First?

Is NASCAR success a harbinger of corporate stock performance?

Spirit

Spirit's Cheap. The Fees, Not So Much.

Is the "ultra" low-cost carrier worth business traverlers' attention?

Penfield

The Mystery Sites

Lots of development was stalled by the recession, but these are the poster children.

Friedman Iverson

Law For Labors Of Love

Start-up law firm Friedman Iverson specializes in legal work for "creative entrepreneurs."

PSoup

Design Recipe

Engineering firm Primordial Soup draws from an extensive kitchen of collaborators to whip up medical devices.

Dale Kurschner

The Road To Prison

Business Optimism Soars

More Minnesota companies plan to hire, increase capital outlays, and invest in research and development.

Personal Brand

Color Within The Lines

From pastels to bold jewel tones to a hint of hue—for spring, punctuate your look with a pop of color, no matter your style.

Giving

Giving: An Annual Focus On Corporate And Individual Philanthropy

Sharing the wealth through unusual gifts.

Vance Opperman

‘Til Constitution Do Us Part

Why opposing gay marriage is bad for Minnesota.

Mark Sheffert

A Fish Rots From The Head

When an organization fails, leadership is the root cause.

Lee Schafer

Going For It

How Code 42 learned to get over its aversion to venture capitalists.

TechNo Expo

2012 TechNO Expo

The Twin Cities Business Virtual Technology Trade Show.

Range Systems

Small Business Snapshots

A glimpse into 11 successful small enterprises.

Plugged In

Plugged In-May 2012

The best opportunities for networking this month.

Building Blocs

Business Blocs

How centers and institutes fit into business and management education in the Twin Cities.

Robin Dunbar and Carolyn Perron

Learning To Get Things Done

The case for mentors in leadership development.

Concierge

Grand Golf For All

The Twin Cities offers an abundance of superb public courses.

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