Why do corporations choose to grow - and stay - in Minnesota? A new documentary from Twin Cities PBS explores that question through Professor Myles Shaver's research.
More than 1,200 Carlson School alumni and friends gathered September 13 on the field of U.S. Bank Stadium to commemorate the school’s impact and innovation. The event allowed the Carlson School an evening to come together and mark just how far the school has come from an original graduating class of 14 students to an alumni base that is 55,000 strong.
Jim Owens, CEO of H.B. Fuller, answers our questions about business education, advice for graduates, and how business can shape the world.
Zaheer has long exemplified the many characteristics that the Girl Scouts cultivate in their members: being a go-getter, innovator, risk-taker, and leader. That’s why she was recently named a 2019 Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys.
An entrepreneurial spirit runs in the veins of Larry and Caryl Abdo, who have built Abdo Markethouse into a thriving, family-run business.
Associate Dean Raj Singh developed three guiding principles for undergraduate students, professors, and staff to empower them to take purposeful action on campus and in their careers.
Associate Professor Aaron Sojourner and a team of researchers worked with Minneapolis Public Schools to identify research questions that could significantly improve students outcomes.
Nick Alm co-founded Mossier Social Action and Innovation Center. The social enterprise addresses LGBTQ employment issues around the globe.
Myles Shaver has researched extensively why the Twin Cities is such fertile ground for growing corporations into financial powerhouses. What he uncovered was so fascinating and informative that it was recently published as a book, titled Headquarters Economy by Oxford University Press.