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Small Is Beautiful

Chris Cook '09 M.B.A. embraces the benefits of working for a small business.
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Ringmaster

Melissa Palank '01 makes things happen.
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The A Team

Margaret Murphy '02 M.B.A. starts from scratch to build an agency for the future.
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“Fall Back” and Fall Asleep

Being productive at work requires people to be positive, well-rested employees. Let’s look at some practical ways to ease into another season and hopefully get some sleep.
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Downs: Americans Must be More Realistic for Economic Recovery

At the 2011 Minnesota Real Estate Hall of Fame induction ceremony, the University of St. Thomas presented Tony Downs with a Certificate of Professional Distinction. Downs presented the audience with an assortment of colorful jokes and a foreboding economic forecast.
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Finding the Fit

One of my favorite parts of my job is reading the essays submitted, where these reasons and explanations are addressed. Each person’s path is unique and interesting, and seeing into this window of sorts is a privilege.
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The High Price of Loyalty

Star Tribune writer and blogger Kara McGuire interviewed UST professor David Vang about "Bank Transfer Day" in her column last month.
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Rethinking your Weaknesses

The idea of doubling your strengths by transforming the way you look at your weaknesses sounds good in theory but is it practical or realistic?
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Follow the Sun

While I was aware of life and commerce outside of “The Land of 10,000 Lakes,” I didn’t need to operate in a global environment on a daily basis, until now.
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Becoming a Social Entrepreneur

In addition to her MBA, Larissa Rodriguez has nearly 20 years of marketing and communications experience at private firms, publicly-traded Fortune 500 companies and a major non-profit. She never saw herself as an entrepreneur -- until an unexpected social need presented itself.