Twin Cities women define what it takes to diversify Minnesota businesses.
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After a decade at the helm of one of the country’s largest banks, Davis said he would depart for a “yet-to-be determined service mission in the future.”
DiSantis will take over the paper company on February 1.
Companies were graded on their commitment toward diversifying its board of directors, employee base, senior management and supplier pools.
Scott Ward, a nearly three decade veteran of Medtronic, will assume the top leadership role after serving as the interim CEO position for nine months.
The transition comes at a crossroads for the 3D printing industry.
The businessman shaped Minnesota through his corporate and civic work.
The former Minneapolis mayor plans to continue his work on eliminating the education gap and lead the foundation in tackling issues of housing, poverty and race.
The former Minneapolis mayor previously worked with the organization during his time in office.
Personal security specialist Paul Jaeb is building a business around the security needs of the prominent and affluent.
When a company calls, Tait Subler wants to talk to the boss.
It’s a competitive market for proven business leadership. But when it comes to attracting talent, smaller firms can play and win.
Susan Bachman West's promotion marks the fifth generation of the family to hold the position.
They are defining success on their own terms—some at nonprofits, some with their own companies.
Nearly one in five top hospital posts changed hands in 2015, new data show.
Brad Anderson, who took over the company from founder Richard Schulze in 2002, said he would leave the board after its annual shareholder meeting in June.
John Tedesco will be in charge of the startup's day-to-day operations.
The troubled company remains in transition.
Krueger serves as senior vice president of real estate and development at the Port Authority.