Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Why Minnesota Is The Best Place To Live

No other state has as many significant top-10 rankings—plus a theater of seasons.

by Dale Kurschner

Take Note, Minnesota: Others Are Cutting Taxes

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

Best In Business, Beyond Print

TCB is much more than a magazine.

The Migration of Minnesota’s Mojo

Four sources indicate the state’s wealthiest are leaving.

Two Futures, One Community

Times are changing. Can we do the same?

Beets Can Be Beat

The sugar industry needs to wean itself from federal support before Congress does.

Are People And Tax Dollars Leaving The State?

Help us to determine the number of people, and dollars, leaving due to state tax policy.

People to Know And Remember

The end of the year affords us the opportunity to remember those we lost.

Ready For The Challenge

Minnesota’s strength is in its people and their ability to see problems as opportunities.

Happy Hallowdays

Billions of dollars are being spent in frightening ways.

The Art Of Selectivity At The University Of Minnesota

How the state's flagship higher education system is trying to improve its image - and revenue.

Long Live Print Monthlies

Magazine advertising continues to outperform other options, yet challenges persist.

Navigating To Greatness

While some succeed by pursuing their goals from Day One, most others do so by changing course.

Finding Future Firsts

Minnesota’s heritage is rich in major innovations. Will that legacy continue?

Activist Shareholders Wanted

Time to swing back to shareholder activism.

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Minnesota: An Agricultural State With Many Food Deserts

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Encouraging Entrepreneurs

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