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License to Thrill

Islamic radicals. Slick politicians. Rogue operatives. Minnesotan Vince Flynn spends most days in the company of such characters.
September 17, 2009

Trust Me

Federal investigators allege that Tom Petters spent years building a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme to finance his luxe lifestyle. So why didn’t sophisticated investors see any red flags?
August 20, 2009

Empire of the Sons

Banker and Twins owner Carl Pohlad spent a lifetime doing deals—transactions that made him one of the richest men in America. Yet his most ambitious plan may have been his most personal one: grooming his three sons to make the family synonymous with Minnesota business.
July 23, 2009

Mr. Yuk

Improv impresario Stevie Ray on 20 years of making it up on the fly
May 21, 2009

Q & A with Irving Weiser

May 01, 2009

Nowhere Man

How Bill Holm became the sage of the prairie
April 15, 2009

Man in the Muddle

When Minnesota’s Senate race resulted in a virtual tie, Secretary of State Mark Ritchie found himself in the middle of the dispute over the winner—and a debate about the electoral process itself.
April 15, 2009

Women of Influence

We feature four influential women in the Twin Cities area who are breaking new ground and inspiring others through their accomplishments.
January 22, 2009

Fire and Nice

Tim McKee, the man behind La Belle Vie, Solera, and the glam new tequila joint Barrio, is the state’s most accomplished chef. So why isn’t he more of a jerk?
December 18, 2008

Power of Attorney

Two years ago, Lori Swanson took office as the state attorney general, pledging to fight for everyday people. So why are lawyers leaving her office in droves?
December 18, 2008