Editor's Note

by Dale Kurschner
Editor's Note
Take Note, Minnesota: Others Are Cutting Taxes

Several states are implementing innovative tax policies good for the short and long haul.

Corner Office

by Mark Sheffert
Corner Office
Non-Profits Or Non-Passions?

Many nonprofits share similar problems that make them “non-passions.”

Open Letter

by Vance Opperman
Open Letter
Supreme Because It Is Final

To: The Hon. Sen. Charles Grassley Chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee Washington, D.C.

Performing Philanthropy

by Sarah Lutman
Performing Philanthropy
Societal Mega-Trends Emerge In The Nonprofit Sector

Minnesota and national nonprofits are adapting to sweeping changes in the work world and the public square.

Northern Exposure

by Gene Rebeck
The Secrets Inside Glensheen Mansion

Duluth’s Glensheen mansion nearly doubled its visitor count in recent years. After shifting its marketing strategy, it is reaching new audiences.

Explanation of Benefits

by David Burda
High Deductible Plans Come With Long-Term Costs

Employers might want to think twice about high-deductible health plans for their workers.

Personal Brand

by Roshini Rajkumar
Personal Brand
Tips For Business (And Pleasure) Travel

A thoughtful approach to travel pays big dividends on the road.

Guest Commentary

by Sima Griffith
Encouraging Entrepreneurs

Some thoughts on promoting the creation of new business in Minnesota.

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