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Happy Hallowdays

Billions of dollars are being spent in frightening ways.

by Dale Kurschner

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.

TCB Live

We’re seeking nominations for an increasing variety of events.

Blind Intersection, Cross Traffic Ahead

We need to examine current spending and future needs before accelerating road spending.

Let’s Catch Up – In Florida

Maybe it’s time to take the ‘wealth migration’ discussion to where people are migrating.

Here's To 2015

Observations and tips for a more productive 2015.

Minnesotans You Should Know

Including those to remember.

The Hidden Economy

They don’t get much press, but family businesses generate half our GDP and the majority of our jobs.

Hidden Gems In The Rough Of Corporate Governance

Organic Creativity

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.

Dodging Taxes or Smart Business?

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

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Dan Haugen's

Fuel for Thought

NABERS: Australian For Efficiency

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

Mark Sheffert's

Corner Office

The Chief 'Execution' Officer

For strategy execution, the devil’s in the details.

Vance Opperman's

Open Letter

The Teague League

The so-called money sports seem to attract the highest number of scandals.

Sarah Lutman's

Performing Philanthropy

How Minnesota Nonprofits Are Changing The World

Hundreds of local nonprofits, some led by immigrants, are changing the world.

Sima Griffith's

Guest Commentary

Encouraging Entrepreneurs

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

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