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Entrepreneurs Sara and David Russick share the wealth—and wisdom—through Gopher Angels.
Some of the region's leading executives make their mark in very unexpected ways.
Two decades ago Leonard Prescott pushed to diversify American Indian business interests beyond gambling, a focus that continues today.
Why Polaris, Donaldson, ProtoLabs, and Northern Oil & Gas are worth watching.
Analysts have cited signs of a strengthening Best Buy, and their improved ratings helped the company continue its 2013 stock climb.
The University of St. Thomas board of trustees elected Julie Sullivan as the successor to Dennis Dease, who will retire June 30 after 22 years as president of the university.
A proposed expansion of taxes to business services could cause some local businesses to cut jobs or relocate; meanwhile, a Wisconsin lawmaker is trying to lure disgruntled companies across the border.
Struggling Supervalu, which recently struck a deal to sell several of its brands, said that its new CEO will start immediately rather than assuming his post after the close of the sale, as was previously planned.
Greg Fluet, who has served as interim CEO since November, takes the helm at a time when the company’s stock is struggling to meet Nasdaq’s minimum bid price requirements.
Wayne Sales will receive nearly $13 million when he is replaced as Supervalu CEO; regulatory filings show that other executives will also be entitled to millions of dollars if they are terminated following an impending change of control at the company.
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