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The Twin Cities Business virtual technology trade show.
The bottom line: by not making a pig of itself.
Movers, shakers, tinkerers, thinkers, celebrated executives, accomplished entrepreneurs, inventors, innovators, providers of finance, and purveyors of culture throughout Minnesota.
To people not directly involved in technical-support roles, corporate information technology (IT) operations may seem to be all alike—the servers, the helpdesk, the software upgrades, the mysterious jargon and acronyms.
The nine people that made Target Field possible.
Built in a cold climate on a scrap of ground that time forgot, Target Field seemed born with two strikes against it. But the designers hit a dinger.
After a half decade when it seemed to lose its way, the iconic ad agency has reorganized and landed one of its biggest accounts ever. In its work for Chrysler, look for signs that a once TV-centric Fallon is taking alternate routes.
The effects of the $3.78 billion Ponzi scheme spearheaded by former Wayzata businessman Tom Petters did not dissolve when he was sentenced in April to 50 years in prison. Minneapolis
Pure Market Express brings the raw-food movement to grocery store shelves.
Back from the brink of bankruptcy, ShopNBC has re-adjusted and refocused. Will consumers and investors buy what it's selling?
At Frattallone's Ace Hardware, the handyman's creative side gets its due.
For businesses selling to other businesses, Web sites are no longer an afterthought—they've become central to the selling process.
Marketing and IT experts explain how their quest for a better Web site has resulted in a better working relationship.
Jacquie Berglund's volunteer-led beer company is a career starter.
Any guy in a red suit can generate a little mall traffic. But an extraordinary Santa can build a small dynasty.