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Double Exposure

Two bankruptcies later, Polaroid is extending its licensing and focusing on acquisitions, all with an aim to become picture-perfect once again.


Polaroid's growth after two bankruptcies + How big pharma is thriving in the North Woods + Why women are needed in the C-Suite

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Big Pharma, Small Town

Big Pharma, Small Town

How ANI Pharmaceuticals is growing rapidly at the top of Minnesota.

All In: Hiring Women Executives

All In: Hiring Women Executives

Breaking the glass ceiling is becoming a business imperative at corporations. But it requires several strategies to attract and retain women.

Stress Test

Stress Test

How severely will the worldwide steel glut affect the Iron Range?

TCB Live

TCB Live

We’re seeking nominations for an increasing variety of events.

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2015 Women Leaders Photos

A slideshow of images taken during the Twin Cities Business 2015 Women Leaders Luncheon held at the Golden Valley Golf and Country Club in April 2015.

Golf's New Tigers

Minnesota golf courses reaped benefits from golf enthusiasts when Tiger Woods dominated the game. Now they’re looking for the next generation of golfers.

Banking Social Capital

The primary currency of professional relationships is worth its weight in gold.

Plugged In: April 2015

Luxe Lodging

Don’t skimp on out-of-the-ordinary accommodations for extraordinary clients.

Top Tickets: Iggy Azalea's Great Escape Tour

Top Tickets: The Crucible

Art Picks: Martha Graham Dance Company

Art Picks: International Pop

Good News For North Minneapolis

The Northside Achievement Zone collaboration is producing results.

From Selma To Minnesota

The 'M' Word

Millennials show the same self-regard as every generation that came before them, but marketing to them is very different.

Putting A Value On Value

The shift to value-based reimbursement should shift money back to employers.

Digging A Little Deeper

Engaged leaders and employees truly care about customers instead of simply going through the motions.

CityPlace in Woodbury Tops East Metro Projects

Turning The Corner In St. Paul

With the additions of light rail and a baseball park, is the capital city likely to see substantial private sector investments?

How Technology Is Modernizing Companies' Business Models

Companies are discovering how new options can strengthen and modernize their business models.

Tough Jobs: Architectural Repairman

You thought your job was hard? Imagine having this one.

Robert Gilruth: Space-Race Hero

A Minnesotan who built the organization that put America into space receives posthumous honors.

Surviving As A Small Theater

In a world dominated by multiplexes, single-screen theaters have to differentiate to stay alive.

Will Savings At The Pump Inspire More Travel?

Gas prices and auto travel are not so closely tied anymore.

Gregg Steinhafel's Lasting Legacy

Target India will not soon forget the Gregg Steinhafel era.

Block E's Retail Conundrum

Can the long-troubled property attract the classy businesses they want?

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