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2014 Minnesota Business Hall Of Fame

Honoring five lifetimes of achievement: Lynn Casey, Pat Fallon, Mark Larson, Mark Sheffert, and Bill Sweasy.

July

2014 Minnesota Business Hall Of Fame + Restaurateurs Battle For Wayzata + Employees Take Up Paintball + Green Line Light-Rail Attracts Green

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Two Restaurant Titans Wage A Battle For Wayzata

Two Restaurant Titans Wage A Battle For Wayzata

As local restaurateurs Dean Vlahos and Randy Stanley prepare to do battle in downtown Wayzata, the lakeside city looks to grab a much larger share of regional discretionary spending.

Employees Bond In The Paintball Trenches

Employees Bond In The Paintball Trenches

The game can help build coworker bonds. It's work together, or dye alone.

Digging Into The Claims About Green Line LRT Development

Digging Into The Claims About Green Line LRT Development

It's true the light-rail line is attracting green, but Metropolitan Council numbers are off-track.

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2014 Minnesota Business Hall of Fame Event Photos

A slideshow of images taken during TCB's 2014 Minnesota Business Hall of Fame, held at the Hilton Minneapolis in July 2014.

Photos from TCB's 2014 Emerging Growth Forum

Rochester Picks Ambitious Design Firm For DMC Plan

One goal is attracting people to Rochester who don’t have a reason to be at Mayo Clinic.

David Burda

Pushing The Right Buttons

Experimenting with benefits may create a potent brew of incentives that produce better employee health.

Retirement

How To Take Charge Of Your Retirement

As traditional pension plans phase out, people need to take steps in their 30s, 40s and 50s to ensure they’ll have the money they need for comfortable retirements.

Bath-And-Body Co. Thymes Focuses On Growth

With a new CEO and beefed-up corporate structure, Thymes has been adding products.

Tech Galaxies

Navigating The Technology Galaxies

Security challenges, along with social media pitfalls and opportunities, will require companies to constantly update their technology strategies.

Gene Rebeck

High-Speed Broadband Is Not A Luxury

For rural areas, faster Internet service is a necessity. More communities soon could be connected.

Off Target!

Here is some unsought and free advice as you lead the Target board in its quest for new corporate leadership.

Finding Minnesota

Why it’s always worth it.

How Much Do Sports Stadiums Actually Mark Up Concession Prices?

A look inside the stadium markup.

What's Behind The Upheaval In The Twin Cities' Grocery Biz?

It's a case of market chaos.

Has MN's Job Market Really "Recovered"?

Despite recent rosy proclamations, the state’s employment picture remains murky.

Arts Picks: Tosca

At Mill City Museum.

Arts Picks: Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike

At the Guthrie Theater.

Top Tickets: Counting Crows

At Myth Nightclub.

Top Tickets: Basilica Block Party

At the Basilica of Saint Mary.

Growth Forum

A Recap Of TCB's Emerging Growth Forum

Leaders of emerging growth firms share their strategies on talent and product development at a Twin Cities Business forum.

The HANDy Paint Pail

How HANDy Paint Pail Found A Fortune In A Can Of Folgers

Mark Bergman duct-taped a handle on a makeshift can of paint and turned it into a multimillion-dollar business.

Sarah Lutman

No Single Path

For-profit or nonprofit, there’s more than one way to do good. Getting set up as a B corporation may be the smart play.

Darin Lynch, fourth from right.

Irish Titan's Founder Had A Double Epiphany

Darin Lynch drew a tighter focus and mission for his web development company after listening to a speech by author Simon Sinek.

The Aerial Lift Bridge in Duluth

How To Travel In Style In Duluth, Fargo, And Rochester

When in Rome—or Rochester, Duluth, and Fargo—do as these notable locals do.

Personal Brand

Grow Your Wow Factor

Creating a presence that serves your agenda, whether in person or miles away.

Mpls' "70/30" Rule Leaves Restaurants At Risk Of Losing Licenses

Do the rules call for too much booze?

Plugged In: July 2014

The best opportunities for networking in July.

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