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After a career of formulating time- and money-saving pharmaceuticals at his Minnesota business, Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Ken Evenstad started blending one of the most prestigious pinot noirs in the country.
Minnesota Credit Unions Want to Lend More to Business
Minnesota credit unions claim that they're withstanding the recession and the real estate bust nicely, thank you. Now they want to lend to capital-hungry small businesses. Banks beg to differ.
First Avenue Keeps Bringing the Minneapolis Sound
Despite some flat moments, First Avenue has been the epicenter of the Twin Cities music scene for nearly four decades.
Thomson Reuters' Brain
The Eagan business that was once West Publishing now supplies its parent company with the intellectual firepower to outmaneuver Bloomberg and LexisNexis.
A Minnesota Company Makes a Video Camera in the U.S.A.
Vaddio manufactures a specialized high-end video camera—in Minnesota.
Breaking Out with Breakthrough Drugs?
Building Material as Local as Your Own Backyard
It's "Wood from the 'Hood."
Executive Compensation Counsel
Crafting performance-based compensation that supports a company's long-term sustainability.
Lillians Shoppes Brings Trendy Designs to Main Street America
And its stores are open only four days a month. How does that work?
Café 128 tames "the stinking rose."
Recession Helps Power Demand for Dental Temps
Dental People has tripled in revenues over the past three years.
The Conceptual Cocktail
Is the sum of the parts greater than the whole?
News bits from around Minnesota.
Why Events Still Matter
Corner Office-Crisis as Change Agent
Effective leaders utilize crisis to force change.
"There are two ways to cope with wine snobbery. One is to compare wines with their labels hidden." —Leon D. Adams, The Wines of America, 1973
The Six-Million-Dollar Host
An invitation for 2012: What's red, all over, and in the black?
Find the gadget that best fits the way you work.
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