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A Crisis Of Faith For Muslims In The Workforce

Muslim prayer practices have intensified the challenge that Minnesota production-line businesses face in religious accommodation.

June

Employers Grapple With Religious Accommodations For Muslims + High-Speed Rail To Rochester + The Law School Landscape Is Changing

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Stealth Train

Stealth Train

Is a proposal to build a 200 MPH railway from the metro area to Rochester with $4 billion in private capital too good to be true?

Law & Disorder

Law & Disorder

Law schools are on trial in the marketplace as law firms court fewer graduates.

Pivot Points: 12 Local Companies At Key Junctures

Pivot Points: 12 Local Companies At Key Junctures

A look at growth strategies for a dozen Minnesota companies.

Take Note, Minnesota: Others Are Cutting Taxes

Take Note, Minnesota: Others Are Cutting Taxes

Several states are implementing innovative tax policies good for the short and long haul.

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Twin Ports

The Twin Ports Have Open Capacity

After a double-digit drop in tonnage at the Duluth-Superior Port in 2015, the port’s leaders envision a growth strategy based on its Great Lakes location.

Think Globally

Think Globally, Act Legally

Small and midsize Minnesota companies are finding growth opportunities outside of the United States, but they need to take steps to avoid a world of hurt.

Nicollet Mall

What's With Nicollet Mall's Long Construction Timeline?

The $50 million construction project won't be finished until later in 2017.

Dogs

The Big Business Of Doggy Daycare

An independent stays the course as the big boxers move in.

Smashing

A Smashing Startup

How one business hopes to morph Minnesota passive-aggressiveness into a destructive business.

Boxers

Take My Boxers, Please

Mulberrys wants to do your laundry. All of it.

Event Venues

Distinct Event Venues

When it comes to planning a memorable meeting or a compelling conference, it’s all about the location. Here are 10 unique event spaces that will impress guests and unleash creativity.

Strib

Maybe Print Isn't Dead After All

The Star Tribune grows circulation of ad-based weekly.

Farmers

Farmers Tap New Source Of Income: Big Data

Farmobile has figured out a source of income for farmers that isn’t dependent on the weather.

Open Letter

(Anti) Social Media

To: Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, Old Sun Microsystems , Office Silicon Valley, CA

Performing Philanthropy

A New Narrative For North Minneapolis

Funders work together to change the story and trajectory of a low-income neighborhood that’s emphasizing its assets.

EOB

Sound Minds Make For Sound Business

Employers must become advocates for routine depression screening of their workers.

Marketing Mash-Up

Brick And Click

A new model for retail is inbound. Are you ready?

Corner Office

Teaching New Dogs Old Tricks

New C-level executives benefit from deeply experienced mentors.

Personal Brand

Maintaining Your Personal Brand At Off-Site Meetings

Stay loose, but don’t lose decorum.

Plugged In

Plugged In: June 2016

The best opportunities for networking this month.

OOO

Out Of Office: June 2016

The entertainment picks for your out of office time in June.

On The Water

On The Water

When it’s summer in Minnesota, spend a memorable day on one of the Twin Cities’ beloved lakes and rivers.

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