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Stratasys founder and CEO Scott Crump, who got the idea for 3-D printing in 1988

How Stratasys Is Leading The Next Industrial Revolution

Willing to boldly go where no manufacturer has gone before.

June

3D-Printer Stratasys Leads Next Industrial Revolution + The Fast-Changing Hair Market + Commercial Real Estate Bounces Back + Twins Daily's Real Revenue Model

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Twins Daily: A Baseball Fansite That May Actually Make Money

Twins Daily: A Baseball Fansite That May Actually Make Money

From the blogosphere emerges a serious business model.

Commercial Real Estate Roars Back In The Twin Cities

Commercial Real Estate Roars Back In The Twin Cities

The local building boom is putting developers back in business.

The Twin Cities' Fast-Changing Market For Human Hair

The Twin Cities' Fast-Changing Market For Human Hair

An inside look at the state of the hair market today.

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On The Waterfront

The Port of Duluth-Superior saw increased tonnage last year. But the real story might be its industrial base.

ISES Awards

2014 ISES Minnesota Star Awards

The International Special Events Society’s Minneapolis-St. Paul chapter announces its 2014 award-winning events.

Biz Banking Trends

Five Minnesota Business-Banking Trends for 2014

Keep your friends close. Keep your banker closer.

Bob LaBombard

Bob LaBombard’s Staffing Changes

After selling EnviroStaff, he was on the sideline for several years before emerging at GradStaff. The intervening time surprised him.

Art of listening

The Art Of Listening

Listening is one business skill where seeming passivity bests aggressiveness.

What's With Famous Dave’s CEO Turmoil?

An attempt to discover what's in the sauce that keeps causing the barbecue chain's CEOs to split.

Mark Sheffert

Quitting To Win

Knowing when to toss in the towel is an important characteristic of leadership.

Lake Minnetonka

Where To Entertain Clients On Lake Minnetonka

The social season is officially open on Lake Minnetonka. Here’s a lineup of both new and classic settings to entertain clients or do business.

Teresa Daly and Mary Kloehn

Even CEOs Need Help Finding Their Next Gigs

Navigate Forward helps executives do just that.

Healthcare Happy Meals

A single price for packaged patient care may offer cost savings for employers.

What Does "Triple Bottom Line" Mean To A Private Foundation?

Mission investing takes root among Minnesota endowed foundations.

St. Paul Post Office Condos Move Forward

More historic mixed-use on the way for Lowertown.

Calhoun Square Is Reborn (Again)

Can the Ackerberg Group draw local retailers and urban energy?

Angel Food Bakery

Inside The Twin Cities Artisan Bakery Boom

An influx of artisan bakeries is fueled by a new taste for quality over quantity.

First Avenue Nightclub Looks To Reinvigorate The Turf Club

The owners of the iconic downtown Minneapolis venue are renovating a fading Midway rock club.

Gary Lee

Rahr Corp. CEO Is Found In Transition

After decades at the helm, Rahr Corp. CEO Gary Lee looks to the future.

New Book Recalls Local High-Tech’s Go-Go ’60s

"Generation of Wealth" chronicles the rise of Control Data and a time when capital flowed freely.

Why Did Rye Deli Die On Hennepin?

Rye is no more . . . what did it in?

Northern Spark Festival

Plugged In: June 2014

The best opportunities for networking in June.

Target’s Chairman Is Out; What About the Board?

Maybe William Ackman had the right idea after all.

Ski-U-Mah, Local 9

When you have workers who are required to work without pay, who are denied the ability to bargain for their wages and working conditions, you will inevitably get a union.

Middle Market Forum

A Recap Of TCB's 2014 Middle-Market Forum

Mid-sized Minnesota companies are carving out strategic advantages.

Arts Picks: Maceo Parker

At The Dakota

Arts Picks: Art Expanded, 1958-1978

At the Walker

Top Tickets: Bill O’Reilly And Dennis Miller

At Northrop Auditorium

Top Tickets: Ghost, The Musical

At The Orpheum

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