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The Boxer

Want to run a tough small business? Open a boxing gym. And do it as a woman.


*Note: This is not a comprehensive list of articles for this issue.

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What We Came For

What We Came For

Emigrés from the former Soviet Union have been remarkably successful at establishing businesses in Minnesota. Given what they came from, perhaps that's no surprise.

Building On The Bust

Building On The Bust

Like other home builders, Rottlund Homes has been whacked by the housing downturn. So why is CEO Dave Rotter so upbeat?

The Power Of We

The Power Of We

Minnesota used to exercise it. Now we don't, says Arne Carlson. What's his antidote?

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Customers: Lost That Lovin' Feelin'?

Customers: Lost That Lovin' Feelin'?

"Dear Mark" gives advice on customer love.

Taking A Toll

The northern border has toughened up, and trade may take a hit.

Technology 2007

Technology Buyers Guide: Device Advice

Supercharge your work with the latest technology.

Bridges Shouldn't Fall Down

"I'd Like That 'Pittsburgh Blue'"

So Not A Hotel Restaurant

Radisson's FireLake Grill is way more local than its hotel-chain home implies.

New Ideas All Year

New Ideas All Year

The Masters Forum brings cutting-edge speakers to the Twin Cities business community.

"Approachable Food"

Hemisphere Restaurant Partners has turned so-so locations into thriving successes. Its menus: distinctive, but not too much so.

Loosening the Grain Belt

Loosening The Grain Belt

What do corn exports mean for Minnesota?

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