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Building A Brand In A New Era Of Broadcasting

Young broadcasters face more competition, less income and lots of social media anxiety.

March

Broadcast Careers In The Age Of Social Media + Kelly Doran's Success Story + Rebuilding North Minneapolis + Attracting Talent To Minnesota

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Rebuilding Kelly Doran

Rebuilding Kelly Doran

With zero housing experience, he remade himself into one of Minnesota’s busiest apartment developers.

North Minneapolis Is Poised For New Growth

North Minneapolis Is Poised For New Growth

Wellington Management, Thor Cos. and others break new ground in North Minneapolis.

A Check-Up For The Health Care Industry

A Check-Up For The Health Care Industry

Seven Minnesota health care leaders weigh in on how to improve efficiency—and patient outcomes.

High Taxes, Low Results

High Taxes, Low Results

Minnesotans pay a lot to rank among the best, but lower-tax competition is beating us.

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Medical Cannabis

It's Not Easy Being Minnesota Green

The little cannabis industry on the prairie is pioneering a new model for medical marijuana. But its future is up in the air, given its high costs and restricted access.

Women Of Color

Women Of Color Are Working Against The Odds

Twin Cities women define what it takes to diversify Minnesota businesses.

Dave St. Peter

Q&A: The Twins' Clean-Sheet Reset

Dave St. Peter, president of the Minnesota Twins, discusses his organization’s lost half-decade and the team rebuilding underway at Target Field.

Northern Exposure

Crafting A Business District In Northern Minnesota

A distinctive group of businesses is revitalizing and reinventing Duluth’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Mixed-Use Development

Making Use Of Mixed-Use Development

Commercial real estate trends encourage the combination of residential, retail and other project elements.

Overqualified

The State Of Overqualified Workers

A college education is a popular credential in Minnesota, but it isn’t needed to perform most jobs.

North Loop Parking

North Loop's Parking Conundrum

The neighborhood faces a parking crunch as new development arrives.

Lexington

Can The Lexington Survive A Second Time Around?

The St. Paul restaurant will need to rake in millions to offset start-up costs.

Dayton's

Preserving Minneapolis' Retail Legacy

Surprisingly little is being done to safeguard the city’s historic retail legacy.

The Founder

The Truth Behind The Founder

Ray Kroc/McDonald’s biopic is Twin Cities-centric.

Editor's Note

What Happened To Listening?

It’s time we unite, and take back ownership of our nation’s identity.

EOB

Avoiding A Relapse From A High Medical Bill

As provider networks narrow and deductibles rise, responsible employers should educate workers on the high cost of going out-of-network for care.

Family Business

Family Businesses Need Active Boards

In a multi-generational family business, outside board members can bring tremendous value and help relatives shape their business strategy.

Sarah Lutman

Fostering Civility And Discovering Common Stakes

Public radio’s Krista Tippett and On Being expand their Civil Conversations Project.

Bill Cooper

Why We Need More Bill Coopers

To: Gov. Mark Dayton, State Capitol, St. Paul, Minn.

Concierge

Change Of Scenery

When April showers dampen the landscape, take cover at one of the Twin Cities’ many fine museums.

Plugged In

Plugged In: April 2017

The best opportunities for networking this month.

OOO

Out Of Office: April 2017

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

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