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Minnesota businessman Jim Graves has thrown his hat in the ring once again, having just announced plans to run against U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann in the 2014 Congressional race.
During R.T. Rybak's 12-year tenure, Minneapolis has paid down $241 million in debt and cut spending by 16 percent.
Governor Mark Dayton focused on higher education and Capitol renovations in his $750 million bonding proposal, which also calls for Nicollet Mall to be reconstructed.
David Kaysen, president and CEO of Minnetonka-based Uroplasty, stepped down from his roles on April 5.
Governor Mark Dayton stopped by the event, saying he was there to support Coleman both as a governor on his lunch hour, and as a constituent.
Longtime Supervalu employee Sherry Smith, who became CFO in late 2010, will leave at the end of May—and Supervalu said it will name a successor “at a later date.”
Sona Mehring announced plans to run for Congress in Minnesota's Second Congressional District, which is currently represented by Republican John Kline.
Since last year’s merger, CliftonLarsonAllen has been led by co-CEOs; now, former LarsonAllen CEO Gordon Viere will be the firm’s sole leader.
Smits succeeds former CFO Sergio Rial—who resigned from his post in late November in order to return to his native Brazil for unspecified personal reasons.
Minneapolis mayoral candidates Mark Andrew, Betsy Hodges, Gary Schiff, Jackie Cherryhomes and Don Samuels had their first debate on Wednesday.
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