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2-14-18 BUSINESS BY CARLSON

It’s February 14 and all of you know what that means. That’s right, it’s the birthday of the late Edward Platt, the actor who played “the Chief” of Control on the 1960’s TV series, Get Smart: … 997 more words

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1-31-18 BUSINESS BY CARLSON-Super Bowl Edition!

I think we should talk about the Super Bowl and its economic impact, generally as well as it’s more specific impact for individual Minnesota businesses. I’m an economic impact skeptic –with apologies to Governor Dayton, Marilyn Carlson-Nelson, and Harvey McKay. 1,554 more words

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1-15-18 BUSINESS BY CARLSON

Nearly every good neighbor in ‘CCO Land is beaming with joy about last Sunday’s Minneapolis Miracle: Case Keenum’s jump-ball throw to Stefon Diggs followed by Diggs’ dash to the end zone for a walk-off touchdown and heart-stopping victory over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional playoffs. 876 more words

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1-10-18 BUSINESS BY CARLSON

Belated Happy New Year to every Good Neighbor in ‘CCO Country. I left Minnesota at Christmas time when the temperature was beginning to dip into the negative range. 882 more words

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12-20-17 BUSINESS BY CARLSON

Ho, ho, ho ‘CCO listeners. I bring you Holiday greetings from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management and the Law School. We don’t have Christmas trees in either atrium, but if we did then I think you’d find these business and legal news baubles dangling from the branches and attracting your attention: 1,033 more words

The Morning News With Dave Lee

12-13-17 BUSINESS BY CARLSON

What a week: a US Senator from Minnesota exits after accusations of sexual harassment and now a Minnesota Governor is about to announce his replacement…and it’s a sure thing the replacement will be a woman: 1,155 more words

The Morning News With Dave Lee

Jearlyn Steele's 5th Annual Holiday Special!

BROUGHT TO YOU BY CUB FOODS and THE CHANHASSEN DINNER THEATERS!

Keyboard provided by Groth Music
GROTH MUSIC, family owned since 1939, come see Minnesota’s largest variety of instruments’ 439 more words

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