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Person Of The Year + The TCB 100 + What's Old Is New Again + Making The Most Of Mobile In Meetings

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The TCB 100

The TCB 100

Who are the people on your must-meet list next year? The TCB 100 spotlights the business giants, the leaders with tons of potential and the up-and-comers to watch in 2015.

Meeting Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Social media tools and stellar content are increasing engagement for conference and business meeting attendees.



Online technology is changing the way companies reach their customers—and the innovations are rolling out faster than ever.

No Room At The Inn For Adrian Peterson

No Room At The Inn For Adrian Peterson

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Arts Picks: All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce Of 1914

Update: Figlio È Morto

The second coming of the Uptown restaurant did not have legs.

Person of the Year 2014 Event Photos


‘Best Deal Of The Year’? Bah, Humbug!

Even though we complain about the shopping season starting too early, we may not have complete control over our behavior.

Social Network For The Wealthy Meets Critics, Hackers

Netropolitan Club’s $9K fee earned early publicity, but do the affluent want a virtual country club?

Plugged In: December 2014

Holiday Road

Boost your brand while you office-party.

Arts Picks: Song Exchange: Gary Louris And Haley Bonar

Top Tickets: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

Top Tickets: New Standards Holiday Show

Light Lunches

Celebrate the winter solstice with a festive, foreign-accented holiday meal.

Land Of 10,000 Lists

Publications routinely put the Twin Cities high in rankings, but does it actually amount to anything?

More Than A Spoonful Of Sugar

Medication therapy management makes the medicine go down—along with employer health costs.

The Potica Invasion

What are the secrets behind this Iron Range delicacy that is attracting more sales?

Is Influence An Asset Or Liability?

Leaders can throw their muscle around for the good . . . or bad.

Will Retiring Boomers Sever Ties With Minnesota?

Will Downtown East’s Momentum Boost Concert Venue Plans?

From The Duck Blind To The Corner Office

A local recruiter specializes in execs who can tell a deer stand from a treehouse.

The Vinyl Resurgence Hits The Twin Cities

Three metro record shops cash in on recent uptick in record sales.

FindFurnish Enjoying Vintage Goods Boom

What started as a means to fund a thrift-store hobby is scaling up in a big way.

How Cheap Skate Got in the Black

Switching Gears: One On One Bicycle Studio Navigates Long Winters

One on One offers bicycle sales and repairs in the North Loop, and serves coffee to keep the lights on year-round.

Competitive Edge: Create Catering

For Philip Dorwart, being a hired gun beats the risk of a restaurateur.

Minnesotans You Should Know

Including those to remember.

Private Health Exchanges Gain Momentum


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