Editor's Note

Dodging Taxes or Smart Business?

I think one phrase sums up the Medtronic situation best: bad tax, good acquisition, great company.

by Dale Kurschner

Finding Minnesota

Why it’s always worth it.

Target’s Chairman Is Out; What About the Board?

Maybe William Ackman had the right idea after all.

Of Vanity And Virtue

Findings from my junket to Minnesota’s filmmaking industry.

Remaking Money-apolis

A new ecosystem is starting to form, but we need another Buddy Ruvelson.

Pheasants Forever Responds: A Legacy For All

A response to TCB's Legacy Amendment story.

Foxes In Henhouses

Minnesota’s $7 billion Legacy Amendment is running amok.

Warning: Minnesota Is Losing Its Wealth

Shortsighted revenue policies are inciting a slow but meaningful exodus.

Turning The Tables

We figured it only fair that I get grilled as well.

Valuing Our Veterans

Why we should do more to welcome them home—with jobs.

Meet The Team: TCB's Staff

The cast of characters behind Twin Cities Business

Celebrating 20 Years Of The Twin Cities Business Community

Minnesota tops the national charts for voter turnout, most literate cities, and best park systems.

Committed To Journalism

From letters to the editor to a spate of recent awards, TCB’s ongoing evolution is all about value to readers.

Successful: Time To Move?

Minnesota’s "anti-rich" attitude may finally push out those we need to keep most.

Slippery Slope

Social media and commentating is fun, but what we really need is more objective journalism.

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NABERS: Australian For Efficiency

Honeywell says Minnesota could boost commercial building efficiency by importing an energy policy from Down Under.

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What Will Your Legacy Be?

Becoming a purposeful leader requires knowing your identity.

Vance Opperman's

Open Letter

In The Heart Of Minnesota

People and corporations both establish complicated, and in many cases, “fictional” headquarters or domiciles entirely for the purpose of reducing taxes. It has always and will always be that way.

Sarah Lutman's

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Don’t Commit Best Practicide

Fortune 500 consultant Cecily Sommers gives advice to arts administrators.

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Encouraging Entrepreneurs

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

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