Issues » 2007 » January

Why Jim Gabbert Fired Himself

"My failure was not being clear on my vision," says the former CEO of Gabberts Furniture & Design Studio. The Edina retailer was bleeding cash. Then Jim Gabbert brought in an outsider to turn it around.


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Churn, Baby, Churn

Churn, Baby, Churn

Creative destruction keeps the local economy strong. Dave Beal on 25 years of business-watching.

20 To Watch In 2007

20 To Watch In 2007

Entrepreneurs and other business leaders who we think will set the tone for 2007.

What Business Thinks 2007—A Healthy 2007?

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Local business leaders are cautiously optimistic about what the coming year will bring. But some symptoms could lay business low.

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Minnesota manufacturers can thrive in the global economy if they stay flexible.

Keeping Track of Travel

Keeping Track Of Travel

A well-managed travel program can help keep your people on the road and your costs in check.

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Best In Town

Promising the world's best pizza doesn't make it so.

The Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Combos

The Ethos, Pathos, And Logos Combos

Leadership lessons from ancient Greece.

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