M&A investment banker Jack Helms shares tales of his career—and his love of small business.
A radical renovation aims
to put the 66-year-old restaurant on a glide path to 100.
Regional auto glass installation and collision repair firm ABRA has suffered a little in the recession—but not enough to shatter its expansion plans.
As the economy rebounds, what if energy use doesn’t?
Rêve Consulting blends “technical acumen and heart” in their strategic consulting practice.
Great leadership doesn’t always come from executives in the C-suite.
Dorsey & Whitney’s CIO talks
about how his role goes beyond
traditional IT leadership.
Cleaning tools of the future are coming soon to a Best Western near you.
Walker Art Center, September 6–January 4
Which tasks are corporate IT departments hiring out
and which are they keeping in-house?
Guthrie Theater, September 15-November 11
State Theatre, September 30
Cirque du Soleil, September 19-23
At 50th & France,
shopkeepers focus on perfecting their niches and minding one another’s turf
As the avenue transforms into a transit corridor,
Northwest Packaging is staying put
Could reaching them be as simple as mastering social media?
Mobile apps can extend the reach and impact of your benefit programs
The importance of discussing your estate plans with your heirs.
Turns out the most sustainable paper can be made from what an elephant can’t use
Man’s ability to reason reaffirmed with the discovery of the “God particle.”
The late Minnesota modernist architect is back—as a furniture designer
CaringBridge needed a refresh
and found a partner in ad agency Ideas that Kick
Man does not live by Caesar salad alone, so if you’ve been craving the taste of wild game, it’s time to plan a day of hunting
The best opportunities for networking this month.
Silence is golden, especially in today’s global/mobile world
Graphic design firm Little & Company redesigned itself to accommodate clients’ changing requirements.
Can you meld an intimate dining format with a clubby business setting? Mona tries.