Current Issue: May 2012
I was 14 when my friend called me and said "Steve, do you want to make some money?" I did not hesitate to say yes due to my desire to add the newest Legend of Zelda game to my collection. He said the project would be after school three days a week, four hours each day, packing stickers into boxes at $5 per hour.
In 1979, 13-year old KatIe Hageboeck, from Wayzata, was nearing the end of her 16-month battle with leukemia.
As one of the most prolific inventors of medical devices in the world, Dr. Mark Kroll, retired chief technology officer and senior vice president from St. Jude Medical, knows what it means to improve peoples' lives. With more than 340 issued U.S.
Enduring the inferno of a crisis from the recall of a product to a consumer boycott, has always been a humbling experience, but at least in the past companies had the luxury of time to respond.