Cargill’s current CEO, Greg Page, is nearing the company’s mandatory executive retirement age, and he will be replaced by David MacLennan.
BodyBrite removes hair with a technology known as “intense pulse light,” and the company is planning to add three new Minnesota locations amid a larger growth strategy.
The Department of Employment and Economic Development hired John Shoffner as the agency says Minnesota is experiencing a surge in business expansions and job openings.
Sara Gavin will now oversee the firm’s 23 offices in the United States and Canada.
“It was pretty clear that they are not interested in repealing these taxes,” Senate Minority Leader David Hann said shortly after the Senate passed the disaster relief measure 59-0.
In order to save the state about $300 million over two years, Minnesota’s new tax code will not conform to the federal code—leaving out multiple tax cuts enjoyed in other states.
John Olson passed away about 20 years after founding Olson, one of the five largest independent ad agencies in the country.
Minnetonka-based Communications Systems, Inc., restructured itself into a holding company and made multiple executive-level changes.
The Authority had to step back and re-examine the Wilf family's ability to pay its share of the stadium after a New Jersey judge found the family had committed civil fraud in a real estate deal there.
SurModics cut seven employees from its 115-member staff and expects to use the annualized savings to reinvest about $1 million into “growth initiatives.”
Medtronic is attempting to expand from a medical device company to a diversified provider of medical services.
Analysts International Corporation agreed to be acquired by a Georgia IT firm.
New regulatory changes are meant to promote the hiring of veterans, but the local head of the Association of General Contractors is calling foul, claiming paperwork costs could be prohibitive.
Twin Cities technology consultants look
back on 20 years of seismic change.
Clear Harbor Investment wrote a letter last week to Northern Oil and Gas’ board of directors recommending the company repurchase 13 percent of its outstanding shares to improve its market value.
State lawmakers could not come to an agreement on the business-to-business tax repeals that should be discussed, so only disaster relief will be dealt with during the special legislative session.
Already charged with 20 counts of conspiracy and fraud, the founder of Select Comfort is now being accused of witness tampering.
The former UHG CEO is a land collector.
Several months after local businessman Michael McFadden announced plans to run for the U.S. Senate, a Duluth attorney has joined the race with the support of Stanley Hubbard.
Minneapolis-based Medafor, which develops medical devices used to control bleeding, is the second Twin Cities med-tech company purchased by C.R. Bard, Inc., in recent years.