TCB's 2018 Person of the Year on being clear, being authentic, and shareholder buy-in.
The Eagan-based pharmacy benefit manager hopes to have a successor picked before DuCharme’s exit in March 2019.
About two years since his exit from U.S. Bank’s CEO seat, Davis will continue a career of leadership and mission-based work as he replaces long-time Make-A-Wish leader David Williams.
In his six years as Best Buy's leader, Joly has built up the retailer's relevance among both young and old consumers, resulting in some of the company's best comparable sales growth in years.
Minneapolis-based marketing firm Carmichael Lynch didn’t have to look far for a new executive, naming its director of financial planning and analysis John Green as its new CFO.
Coming off his role as CFO of Medtronic’s global operations and business services, Bill Courtney brings 30 years of finance leadership experience to the Eden Prairie-based hearing aid company.
With essays from John Lindahl, Marilyn Carlson Nelson, Susan Marvin, Lee Lynch, and Richard Anderson.
These Minnesota businesses are at key stages, including rapid growth, product launches, and new leadership.
The governor during TCB’s inaugural years doesn’t have much good to say about state governance today.
Memories from the birth of a magazine.
Xcel Energy was the highest-ranked Minnesota company on this year’s list.
Representative Michele Bachmann has a stack of cash left in her congressional campaign account, with no obvious expenses left to spend it on.
A former Twins executive; the president of Rochester Area Economic Development, Inc.; and the dean of the Carlson School of Management are among those appointed to the Economic Development Agency Board.
An estimated 150 Xbox One consoles were reportedly shipped to customers over the weekend, ahead of its official November 22 launch date.
3M is suing two dental businesses for allegedly infringing on the company’s ceramic-based dental technology.
ValueVision asked activist investor Clinton Group to postpone a special meeting until after the holidays; Clinton said it would wait until January, but it won't withdraw its filing, because that might allow ValueVision to push the date back even further.
A jury sided with Willmar-based Relco after two former employees allegedly used confidential company information after moving to a competitor.
An investor group says ValueVision is underperforming and needs a new chief executive; the company, meanwhile, pointed to its climbing stock price as indicative of a successful turnaround strategy.
Chief Executive magazine presented Chuck Runyon, co-founder and CEO of Hastings-based Anytime Fitness, with the award in its “Leadership” category.
The 3M spin-off sold one of its businesses in an attempt to turn itself around, but its quarterly loss was worse than analysts expected.
Target and General Mills each paid cash grants of more than $100 million last year, although both companies allocated just 18 percent of those grants within Minnesota.
Fast Horse started off as a PR firm. Now it isn’t.
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.
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.
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.”
Post 9/11 veterans are a gold mine of management talent. So why don’t more employers see them that way?
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 for the length of the debt limit increase, Klobuchar said she hopes the deal is for “as long as possible.”
African governments and a wide range of aid organizations are also working to empower women farmers.
As more financial enterprises return to the Minnesota market, the state may see a rise in initial public offerings.