University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler to Step Down in 2019

Citing his readiness to move on from the high demands of the top leadership role, Kaler will have completed an eight-year presidency tenure, but will remain involved with the University.

What It Means to Be a CFO in Today’s Economy

Four chief financial officers share how they drive growth and stay focused in their ever-evolving role.

Why Fresh Eyes Are Key for Family Businesses

Finding the right outside advisers is crucial for a family business, which needs help with business and legal strategies and navigating family dynamics.

Two Minnesota Cos. Land on ‘World’s Most Innovative Companies’ List

General Mills and Ecolab earned spots on the 8th iteration of Forbes’ annual list.

Exercising CFO Leadership in a Dynamic Economy

At a June 5 TCB Forum, Minnesota CFOs will share how they are growing their companies and developing new products in a crowded marketplace.

Why Are So Many Prominent Executives Leaving Big Corporations?

Since 2016, seven of Minnesota’s 15 largest public companies announced CEO departures.

Former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson Resigns from General Mills, Three Other Boards

Resignations come after reveal of his donation to an organization behind anti-Muslim videos.

Twin Cities Business Names Allison Kaplan Editor-in-Chief

Allison Kaplan enters her new role April 9, 2018, replacing Dale Kurschner.

Breaking Through Minnesota's Glass Ceiling

Women executives define what needs to change to achieve gender parity in the C-suite.

Andrew Witty Named New CEO of Optum

He will replace Larry Renfro, who is moving on to a different role at Optum, on July 1 of this year.

Jörg Pierach Keeps On Rebranding

Fast Horse started off as a PR firm. Now it isn’t.

Lisa Hanson Powers Through At Her Restaurant, Mona

At the year-and-a-half mark, her restaurant, Mona, is in the black, despite a tough location. Her finance degree has come in handy.

MN Public Company May “Go Dark”

After being delisted from Nasdaq and moving to a smaller exchange, Granite City Food & Brewery is now thinking of deregistering its shares altogether to reduce costs.

Mpls. Gets Green Light To Sue Uptown Building Owner

The city accuses a property owner of illegally discharging water into Minneapolis’ Chain of Lakes; the building’s property manager, however, remains hopeful that the parties can come to a “mutually acceptable solution.”

Veterans Represent Untapped Talent For MN Employers

Post 9/11 veterans are a gold mine of management talent. So why don’t more employers see them that way?

Agreement Reached To End Shutdown, Avoid Default

A final bipartisan agreement was announced Wednesday that would end the government shutdown, and the House is reportedly expected to approve the deal before midnight.

As Economists Issue Dire Warnings, Klobuchar Says Budget Deal Gaining Traction

As for the length of the debt limit increase, Klobuchar said she hopes the deal is for “as long as possible.”

Land O’ Lakes Helps Empower Women In Sub-Saharan Africa To Develop Business Skills

African governments and a wide range of aid organizations are also working to empower women farmers.

Does Latest Filing Portend A Jump In MN IPOs?

As more financial enterprises return to the Minnesota market, the state may see a rise in initial public offerings.

Target Sets Sustainability Standards For Product Sourcing

Target is asking certain vendors to assess the sustainability of their products; the “sustainability scores” will help guide Target's merchandising and product-placement decisions.

MN Among Least-Affected States During Shutdown

Although a large group of federal employees in Minnesota may be laid off in the coming weeks, a recent report said Minnesota is the fourth-least affected state by the government shutdown.

Mpls. Small-Biz Owners Talk Strategy, Successes (With Video)

The owners of Dogwood Coffee Bar, Regla De Oro, Butter Bakery Café, and Hot Indian Foods discussed their entrepreneurial endeavors.

Rybak, Mayoral Candidates Set Minneapolis Population Goal Of 500,000 By 2025—But Is That Realistic

The Met Council estimates Minneapolis’ population 27 years from now will reach 487,700.

Minnesota Lawmakers In Reaction Mode On Shutdown Votes

The Jefferson Memorial is seen on Tuesday with its entry closed off due the government shutdown.

Shutdown Has Direct, But Limited, Effect On MN

So far, the effect of the government shutdown has primarily been limited to federal workers turned away from their jobs, but if the government stays in the dark much longer, federal funding limitations may broaden the impact.

MN Ranked 8th-Best State For Business, Up From 20th

Minnesota moved up Forbes’ best business states list, driven largely by its high scores in quality of life measurements.

Stratasys Leader Explains Logic Behind Big MakerBot Deal

The acquisition of MakerBot, a deal worth at least $403 million, allows Stratasys to market to “home hobbyists.”

Hospitality Co. Carlson Appoints New CFO

International hospitality and travel company Carlson appointed interim Chief Financial Officer Brad Hall to the permanent position.

Tennant Drops Appeal Of Lost Lawsuit

About three months after a German court ruled against Tennant in an advertising lawsuit, the Minnesota company said it has withdrawn its appeal for “purely commercial reasons.”

Employers Are Rethinking College Degrees

What do they mean at hiring time? That answer—and degree programs themselves—are being transformed.

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