Open Letter

End-Of-Summer Minnesota Get-Together

by Vance Opperman

Requiem For A Building

The Billionaires Are Coming! The Billionaires Are Coming!

We are entering the season where most of us will be receiving emails about your continued political perfidy, so I thought we might as well write you directly.

Let The Soccer Balls Fly!

The soccer stadium proposal is a great bargain, and the city would be foolish to let this opportunity go by.

Watch Out! Minnesota Has Bags Of Money!

Here's who should benefit from that tantalizing budget surplus.

From Selma To Minnesota

Je Suis Charlie

A Look Back At The Year Ahead

Christmas Arrives For Minnesota Political Parties

No Room At The Inn For Adrian Peterson

What Can We Expect From Mark Dayton and Jeff Johnson?

Voting For United States Senator

Empty Nest, Empty Wallet

Late summer is the perfect time to contemplate empty nesthood.

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.

Off Target!

Here is some unsought and free advice as you lead the Target board in its quest for new corporate leadership.

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Editor's Note

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.

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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

Rehumanizing The Organization

Are your people considered valued assets or costs to be managed?

Sarah Lutman's

Performing Philanthropy

Hiring A Nonprofit CEO

When "designed by committee" isn't a bad thing.

Sima Griffith's

Guest Commentary

Encouraging Entrepreneurs

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

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