One of TCB’s People to Know in 2019, and the former CEO of St. Paul-based Recombinetics, Lee has a track record of leading companies into rapid growth.
“Jim’s contributions to the State of Minnesota and its veterans have made lasting impacts, and will continue to do so for years to come,” says DEED Commissioner Steve Grove, praising Finley.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s Board of Trustees lauded Sethi for his global perspective and commitment to diversity.
Succeeding Brian Murray, who was promoted to CEO of the construction firm last year, Kro will oversee the financial health, risk management and other related elements of the approximately $2 billion company.
The Eagan pharmacy benefit company has selected Kenneth H. Paulus to succeed Jim DuCharme, who retired in March.
“He didn’t play golf, he didn’t play tennis…he played business.” The investor known to friends and colleagues as "Perk" often backed early-stage local companies.
The St. Paul-based water, hygiene and energy technologies provider is having Thomas Handley lead its upstream energy spinoff until his retirement later in 2019.
Less than two years after Target purchased the Alabama-based subscription-model same-day online delivery platform Shipt for $550 million, Caruso succeeds its founder and CEO Bill Smith.
Dr. Noseworthy joins the board of the Minnetonka-based health service and insurance provider just two months after ending his nearly decade-long tenure as Mayo Clinic CEO.
As he replaces Tammy Lee, who’s taking a “leave of absence,” Platt will be the company’s third CEO in two years. Platt’s prior experience includes leading Wisconsin manufacturing company Multistack LLC.
Owens will be the first female to hold the role at the Duluth-based electric company.
Under his six-year tenure, Pryor oversaw the completion of a massive new clinic in Minneapolis, as well as an ongoing controversy over an emergency services practice.
A new executive joins Pohlad Cos. and pursues strategic acquisitions.
New Publisher Kyra Ostendorf explains why she’s optimistic about the future of children’s print books.
Zierdt has led Greater Mankato Growth since 2007, and headed its preceding organization, too. Credited with growing both GMG and Mankato itself, he’s stepping down to focus on health and personal interests.
No reason for the abrupt resignation has been publicized. Martin-Vachon will receive a separation payment of about $250,000, according to an SEC filing.
Minnesota set the standard for corporate philanthropy decades ago, but now businesses are feeling the pressure to give more than money.
A look at philanthropic efforts by corporate givers.
A look at philanthropic efforts by mission-driven businesses.
More than 30 years after founding the company with his brother, and a decade after becoming its sole leader, Klapmeier will transition into a senior advisory role.