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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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Photos from TCB's 2017 Middle Market Forum

A slideshow of images taken during the Twin Cities Business 2017 Middle Market Forum held at the Metropolitan Ballroom in March 2017.

Transplants

Can Minnesota Lure Transplants To The State?

Corporations, Greater MSP and individuals are deploying new strategies to entice recruits to build lives and careers in Minnesota.

Intellectual Property

Who Owns A Brewer's Recipes?

What could Summit Brewing’s trade secret suit be about?

Egg Man

The Ubiquitous Egg Business Of Larry Shultz

He might not be a household name, but he's well-known among local restaurateurs.

Dog Hotels

First-Class Accommodations For Your Dog

An airport pet hotel is one business concept that can’t help but fly.

Debt Distraction

Debt Distraction In The Workplace

If you want to retain millennials, you better pay down their college loans.

Low Cost Law

A Lawyer For $17.17

Local firms find ways to compete with online law biz.

Hackers

Foiling Sophisticated Hackers

New defenses and employee training help companies battle serious cybersecurity threats.

Open Letter

Siri, What Anniversary Is It?

To: Mr. Steve Jobs The Cloud Cupertino, Calif.

It's All Relative

Breaking Down Emotional Fences

Family businesses cannot function well unless family relationships are loving and healthy.

Performing Philanthropy

A Taste Of Their Own Medicine

Two nonprofit management assistance programs strengthen their effectiveness by merging their organizations.

EOB

Care To Share—Again

Minnesota doctors are more likely to share patient health information, but employers should push for more.

Front Lines

The Beloved Community In The Age Of Acceleration

Improving North Minneapolis will take participation from all corners of the community.

Concierge

The Taste Of Power

From nitro-charged coffee meetings to fashionable French feasts, here’s where to plug into the Twin Cities power crowd.

Plugged In

Plugged In: March 2017

The top networking opportunities in March.

OOO

Out Of Office: March 2017

The top tickets and art picks for March from the editors at MSP Magazine.

Meetings And Events

2017 Meetings And Events Resource Guide

Minnesota hospitality businesses ramp up to deliver specialized services for large and small company events.

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