Current Issue: October 2013
Got reusable goods you don't want? Sell them or give them away on the Minnesota Materials Exchange website, which can help you free up storage space and skip the landfill. For their part, recipients (usually businesses or nonprofits) get free or low-cost parts and materials.
Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is one of the most efficient airports in North America, says a recent study.
Spirit Airlines will start new seasonal service between Minneapolis–St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and four cities: Tampa (TPA), Orlando (MCO), Los Angeles (LAX), and Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX). The nonstop daily flights start on Nov.
Founded in 2009, San Francisco–based Square aims to make commerce easy for everyone.
Emerging businesses can often get a leg up in Minnesota thanks to the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED).
College is an investment. So what's the return on that investment? A recent study by Affordable Colleges Online, a national compendium of college tuition and costs, provides some insights. The study ranks universities by their ability to boost a graduate's lifetime income.
Scott Bocklund, president of St. Paul–based EarthClean Corp., recently spent two days with a host and crew from the Public Broadcasting series "Nova," taping an upcoming segment on "materials that will shape our future."
After moving from Mexico to the United States, Juan Ramirez received an MBA from the University of Minnesota and spent part of his career working in corporate America, including stints at IBM and General Electric.
"The best audience is intelligent, well-educated and a little drunk." —Alben W. Barkley, 35th Vice President of the United States
There was little to suggest that twenty-something Spencer Combs would start a furniture company. By trade, Combs is a photographer — one who's found great success shooting weddings.
When you hear the word "ruraI," visions of cattle chewing on grass across the pastures likely come to mind. But in North and South Dakota, the cows have different company these days — software consultants.
Hailing from across the state and making a difference for customers around the world, Minnesota's manufacturers work hard every day to provide exceptional quality and service. Whether they specialize in precision grinding machines or leather work boots, the state's manufacturers distinguish themselves through productivity, innovation, and bold new strategies.
Kurt Theriault, principal; Linda Maxwell, principal and co-founder; Bob Theriault, principal and co-founder
Change. It's often an empty promise or threat at the sign of any dysfunction in an organization. "We need to make changes," implies that everyone will be together in contributing to positive change, but too often leaders really mean that someone else should change.
If you own a small or midsize business, you're a prime target for business identity theft, which the FBI calls the fastest-growing white-collar crime in the U.S.
My mother always told me, "Nothing good could ever come from of a bar..." I spent the better part of my twenties drinking rum and coke in cliché bars, testing her hypothesis.