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A Man For Our Times

Jim Cook is selling fear, security, and lots of silver.


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

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How We Lead

How We Lead

Eight personal stories excerpted from the new book by Carlson Chairman Marilyn Carlson Nelson and Deborah Cundy, How We Lead Matters: Reflections on a Life of Leadership, released this fall by the McGraw-Hill Companies.

A New Lease On Life

A New Lease On Life

Thanks to the new home and condo busts, rental projects are—once again—hot property, and developers are taking notice. Can they build enough to meet the demand? And what will happen when the seesaw shifts back to home ownership?

My Business Card Is A Book

My Business Card Is A Book

Don't call it "vanity publishing."

Risky Business

Risky Business

Risk management isn't just financial anymore.

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Putting Import Data To Work

Knowing what's in your competitor's shipping containers can give you an edge

A Good Time to Be Small

A Good Time To Be Small

Bigger companies are no longer just the domain of PR giants.

Meet Anna Whalen

Meet Anna Whalen

Sky Sotheby's makes a move with its new director of business development.

The VP of Health Care Solutions

The VP Of Health Care Solutions

Ralph Bernstein takes over as U.S. Bank's newest officer.

Toward Free Market Health Care

Toward Free Market Health Care

As employees assume more responsibility for health care spending, providers are responding to demands for transparency

Good as Gold

Good As Gold

Thoughts about mythical King Midas, Ebenezer Scrooge, Henry Ford, and the subject of this month's cover story.

Fried Executives

Fried Executives

A recipe for high levels of exhaustion.

Be A Solon

To: Dean Barkley
Senator Norm Coleman
Al Franken

Oceanaire's Deadliest Catch

Crab from the Time Bandit.

2008 Outstanding Directors

Honoring five of Minnesota's most valued corporate directors.

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