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Leaders from Minnesota-based Walden University; RBC Wealth Management; UnitedHealth Group; Robins, Kaplan, Miller, and Ciresi; and Faegre Baker Daniels; appeared on this year’s list for demonstrating “outstanding achievement and leadership.”
Fortune magazine named Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth Group’s Gail Boudreaux to its list of the most prominent businesswomen in the United States; meanwhile, several leaders of companies with a major Minnesota presence also made the cut.
Low unemployment and poverty levels contributed to Minnesota’s high median household income, according to a new list.
A recent consumer survey suggests that the Minneapolis-based retailer offers an enjoyable experience, gives back to the community, and has passionate employees.
The Maplewood-based company ranked 76th on an international brand consultancy’s list, driven by a 16 percent increase in its “brand value.”
For the ninth consecutive year, the Bloomington-based health care provider’s HMO/PPO plan ranked as the top health plan in Minnesota for clinical performance and member satisfaction, according to a recent study.
Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp executives Pamela Joseph and Leslie Godridge were named to American Banker’s annual list of the most “influential female leaders” in the banking industry.
The magazine selected Fallon as Minnesota’s “top shop.”
The city fared well in a study that evaluated which actions municipalities are taking to cut energy use in buildings and transportation, among other areas.
Risdall received 37 awards for Web development in 2013, beating out agencies in Paris, California, New York, and elsewhere.
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