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Dave Kloeber Has A Plane To Catch

The busiest entrepreneur you've never heard of runs a private-jet company—just to get around to his other businesses.


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Featured Stories

The Ninety-Day Sprint

The Ninety-Day Sprint

As CEO of Lawson Software, Jay Coughlan took it from private to public and found that the end of the quarter loomed large.

Flunking Retirement

Flunking Retirement

Some people just aren't ready to spend their golden years playing golf. Why many businesspeople stay in the game.

Here Come The Millennials

Here Come The Millennials

Talented. Tech-savvy. Overprotected. Outspoken. They are the children of the baby boomers and your next generation of employees.

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Emerald Gold

Ireland is Minnesota's second-largest importer. It has plans to stay that way.

Brands by Design

Brands By Design

Minneapolis designer Joe Duffy sees product and logo design overtaking ads as the driver of product identity.

Alternative Education

Make sure attendees are getting value from your programs.

Investigating Venues

Investigating Venues

Make sure your event facility is at its best before guests arrive.

Quality vs. Price: Going Through Procurement

Quality Vs. Price: Going Through Procurement

Planners work with procurement departments to improve meeting ROI.

Taste Makers

Taste Makers

Caterers are creating inventive cuisine and décor for corporate functions.



What you know means much more than where you learned it.

"You're Fired!"

"The Donald" makes it look easy, but in real life, it is harder to say.

Michelangelo, Change Artist

Michelangelo, Change Artist

What do you need to manage change effectively?

Media Matters

Something To Talk About

New style at the old-school Town Talk Diner.

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