The owners of Made have a message: Custom products don’t have to be cheap junk.
Minnesota plays a leading role in the history of ice shows, home to the first big one — the Ice Follies, created in the 1930s.
Tablet sales in 2013 topped those of desktop and laptop PCs combined, and cell phones now are about as commonplace worldwide as TV sets.
These customized, personalized, commemorative, 3D diplomas will never go missing again.
Carmichael Lynch hosts an event that brings creative directors together to offer feedback to aspiring copywriters, designers, art directors and brand strategists.
The ad campaign is designed to entice Minnesotans to take advantage of the blessed few months of fair weather.
Tamra Kramer says she is giving in to the “family curse” of entrepreneurship as she opens Minnesota’s first full-line Vom Fass gourmet shop at the Mall of America.
As digital-subscriber revenue-growth slows, newspapers’ market share in this fastest-growing ad category is still plunging.
In Bekah Grant’s description of her two years reporting for VentureBeat, speed was the one and only goal that mattered.
Taylor’s public statements — and his business record — indicate that he views the purchase of the newspaper as a long-term investment.
Trouble often awaits when high-profile folks fail to heed the unwritten ground rules of social media.
They say their meeting rooms offer more robust technology than in a typical co-working space — as well as upscale food and beverages.
After a decade in the music scene in Minnesota, Europe and elsewhere, she’s getting a shot at a career-making gig at South by Southwest music fest.
Sites like Craigslist delivered a blow to newspaper classified advertising that the industry probably will never recover from.
He’s starting with a quarter-acre enterprise but envisions a future that has Minnesota among the nation’s leading growers of hops.
The secret, according to CEO Rhoda Olsen, is knowing what works for its customers and doing it well.