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The Double Lives of Leading Local Executives
Some of the region's leading executives make their mark in very unexpected ways.
Downtown St. Paul's Latest Crossroads
Macy’s has closed and Lawson might leave, but the Saints ballpark, light rail, and residential projects are underway. The CBD looks ready to reinvent itself.
Tracking the Pulse of Minority-Owned Businesses
MEDA has surveyed clients representative of hundreds of minority-owned companies it works with each year, for a report on how this part of our economy is doing.
Graves 601 And Le Méridien Chambers: Thread Counting
Graves 601 and Le Méridien Chambers compete for business travel supremacy and avant-garde honors in Minneapolis.
Minnesota Scientists Shed Fresh Light On Our Need To Increase Food Production
The University of Minnesota study found that production of key global crops is likely to increase 38-67 percent by 2050 while the estimated need for those crops will increase by 60-110 percent in that period.
Money Managers’ Minnesota Stock Picks for 2013
Why Polaris, Donaldson, ProtoLabs, and Northern Oil & Gas are worth watching.
Number Crunch: Minnesota's Hot Franchises
The state's top franchise opportunities.
After Afton Alps Deal, Local Ski Biz Watches for More Change
As Vail Resorts digest Afton Alps, the local ski business warily watches for more signs of change.
Arts Picks: Grupo Corpo
At the Orpheum Theatre
Arts Picks: The Light in the Piazza
At the Ordway McKnight Theatre
Crapola Granola: A Breakfast of Editors
There’s a lot of press, if not sales, in naming a product outrageously.
Haute Hot Spots in Austin, Miami, and Palm Springs
Check out these hot spots, courtesy of three in-the-know Twin Citians.
In New Ulm, Haberman Is Sexing Up the German
Haberman’s campaign works to heat up New Ulm’s nightlife.
Liquor Boy: A Spirited Expansion
At Liquor Boy in St. Louis Park, everyday low prices trump the upscale environs.
Restaurant Review: Louis Ristorante
The Cossettas class it up to nice effect.
Spyder Trap Is a One-Stop Shop for Digital Marketing
In five years, Mike Rynchek has grown his digital marketing shop from a solo startup to a $4 million agency.
The Art of Economic Development
Creative funding mechanisms and tax incentives are driving public and private collaborations on real estate deals.
Top Tickets: "More Real?"
At the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Top Tickets: Muse
At the Target Center
Where Are They Now? A Look at Leonard Prescott
Two decades ago Leonard Prescott pushed to diversify American Indian business interests beyond gambling, a focus that continues today.
Event Planners' Tips on Getting the Most from Your Caterer
Say goodbye to rubber chicken.
Gopher Angels Share Wealth, Wisdom in New Angel Network
Entrepreneurs Sara and David Russick share the wealth—and wisdom—through Gopher Angels.
Private Equity Firms Get Back In the Game
Private equity firms in the middle market had a generally busy 2012. And they have the money for more deals.
The Health Care Pandora's Box
Attorneys are helping providers and others navigate the changing health care landscape.
Station of Irritation at Good Day Café
Fox News costs Good Day Café the occasional customer, but the restaurant isn't budging.
Do You Make Your Customers Hate You?
Policies that turn them off will damage your business.
Hold the Mayo
The Mayo Clinic’s request for state financial support needs further thought.
Duluth's Slide Rule Set
Engineering is one of the Northland’s biggest growth sectors.
Sergeant Pepper Goes to the Inaugural
The military was mostly absent from Inauguration Day festivities.
Do Fewer Nonprofits Mean Better Nonprofits?
Competition among nonprofits is a healthy force for change.
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