Which threatens southwest Minneapolis residents more: an abandoned gas station or a thriving business?
John Slattery pitches Honeywell without ever mentioning its name.
Good things can come in all kinds of packages if you keep these key elements in mind.
Will solar energy production shine a light on the Iron Range?
FPX, which produces software for complex price quotes, has looked like it would expire more than once, but is now thriving again.
We figured it only fair that I get grilled as well.
The best opportunities for networking this month.
The basic idea is to devote a legislative session to repealing or deleting various parts of our statutory and regulatory thicket that stand in the way of effective governance.
Is your strategy keeping up with marketplace evolution?
Minnesota Cup participants win an experienced eye, advice, publicity, and for some, prize money as they vie in the country’s largest statewide new-business competition.
DRC’s John Bandy, CIO, takes on the tough issues—far beyond internal technology.
Co-owners Michel Rouache and
Shimon Harosh went through
Chapter 11 proceedings—and emerged stronger.
Grantmakers use open competitions to identify new ideas and reach new people.
Serving everything from doughnuts to snails, it's another chef-driven Minneapolis neighborhood charmer.
At Canterbury, it's raised bets on raised stakes.
A UnitedHealth Group subsidiary and 3M pulled off respective marketing coups amid all the noise.
Competing via relationships instead of transactions.
There are 25 retailers in Minnesota alone.
Private vs. institutional clients.
From Theatre in the Round to the Guthrie, there are plenty of options for treating clients to a show.
At the Xcel Energy Center.