It’s a rule of thumb often quoted by bankers and MBA professors: Half the startups that get off to an optimistic start today will be toast in five years. Read More
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Caryl and Larry Abdo host dinners for Carlson students or recent grads with entrepreneurial aspirations who are married or in a long-term relationship.
“I cried all the way home,” she recalls of the aftermath of the dinner that she and her husband Paul Neyers shared at the historic Nicollet Island Inn. “That night I realized we were going to have to do this.” Read More
Tim Davis, The UPS Store president presents a check to Henry Cervantes, founder of BallSkate.
Enrique “Henry” Cervantes got his hands on one, but it didn’t come from the Minnesota Lottery and the dude from Publishers Clearinghouse didn’t bang on his door. Read More