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.
She becomes the first woman to lead the giant agribusiness cooperative.
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.
Four chief financial officers share how they drive growth and stay focused in their ever-evolving role.
St. Paul-based med-tech company MGC Diagnostics Corporation announced that CEO Gregg Lehman is leaving the firm to become CEO of a healthcare and wellness program provider.
Target ousted the president of its Canadian operations the same day it announced that one of its longtime executive vice presidents plans to retire.
Gregg Steinhafel’s compensation fell during the company’s latest fiscal year, but he’ll receive a severance package worth millions following his “involuntary termination for reasons other than for cause.”
Morning Star Financial Services, eCapital Advisors, and Innovative Office Solutions were recognized for their fast-paced growth.
The Minnesota Business Ethics Awards went to Spanlink Communications, Doherty Employment Group, Marvin Windows and Doors, and Restaurant Technologies.
Target’s 2013 proxy filing offers insight into how much Gregg Steinhafel’s exit package may be worth; some estimates project he might collect about $26 million.
Based on factors like child care costs, parental leave policies, and gender pay gaps, WalletHub compiled a list of the best states to live in for working mothers.
Minnesota business leaders dominate this year’s crop of Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards for the Upper Midwest region.
Corporate Responsibility magazine named Ecolab, 3M, General Mills, Mosaic, Target, Hormel, and Medtronic to its 2014 list.
In 1953, Gerry Rauenhorst founded Rauenhorst Construction Company, which evolved into what is today the Minnetonka-based Opus Group.
Duluth Mayor Don Ness has received another honor for his success as the “CEO of Duluth.”
Based on their responses to a 300-question survey, General Mills, Target, and Medtronic were ranked in the top 50 companies with the best diversity policies.
The FDA sent a warning letter to American Medical Systems, identifying issues related to “process validation, risk analysis, and corrective and preventive action procedures.”
Thrivent wanted to give its customers a greater voice, which brought it noisy dissent.
The Twin Cities’ happy Irish warrior flogs his accessible whiskey while he prepares to diversify.
Chairman Bob Kierlin, who is often recognized as the visionary behind Fastenal, and Steve Slaggie are retiring from Fastenal’s board.
Cecile Bedor is leaving her longtime role with the city of St. Paul for a position at Greater MSP.
Xcel Energy, St. Jude Medical, Mosaic, and Medtronic were among 50 of the largest companies in the country that offer the best combination of a high median salary, high job satisfaction, and a flexible work schedule.
In a recent poll, Minnesota business leaders identified the issues they'd prefer to see lawmakers address this session.