Dr. Stefanie Lenway will reach out to Mayo, UnitedHealth in her new role at the university’s Opus College of Business.
At Prairie Care, it's mind over matter.
Twin Cities Business profiles five Outstanding Health Care Award winners who have improved health care outcomes while controlling or reducing costs.
They take time, but authors Kevin Cashman and Gail MarksJarvis show they can pay off.
Why having a professionally shot photo is much
more important than you think.
Suggestions for companies recruiting beyond the Upper Midwest.
MN Ice Sculptures co-founder Robbie Harrell was flying from Minneapolis to Austin, Texas, when he sat in the right place at the right time.
The Minneapolis-based literary publishing house has been winning every award in sight. But is it making money?
One site fueling speculation is 1301 W. Lake St., a vacant parcel next to Calhoun Square.
Government officials have been battling patent trolls.
But companies still need to take action to protect themselves from costly disputes.
Organic growth requires focus and engaged leadership.
To fill our magazine's pages, we research what’s going on inside Minnesota businesses relative to the rest of the world, and analyze dozens of other sources.
Late summer is the perfect time to contemplate empty nesthood.
Predictions about the explosion in medical tourism may finally come true.
Heavy manufacturing makes a comeback on the Iron Range.
This school year, consider doing something extra to help Minnesota’s children.
At the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
As Bite Squad expands, the market for restaurant delivery is heating up.
On the verge of its 100th anniversary, the downtown Minneapolis menswear boutique has outlasted its competition.
Just how passionate are Minnesotans about hobby investing?
The secret is to keep your mother on speed dial.
The best opportunities for networking in September.
When the evening calls for good food and a great soundtrack, here’s where to find live jazz, blues and other soulful tunes.