Clinton Group nominees elected; CEO Lucas loses board seat.
The March 4 event will feature four area CEOs discussing challenges unique to middle-market companies in Minnesota.
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The Harvard Business Review placed the companies in its 100 best performing CEO rankings and recently revised the list based on non-financial reputation.
A new events series from the Minnesota Cup allows women starting their own businesses to network with each other, find mentors.
Online security is more challenging than ever, but there are smart strategies that can safeguard company data from global cyber-crooks.
Due to health and age, the 75-year-old Sengupta is looking for someone else to carry on the work at his iconic Prospect Park pharmacy, Schneider Drug. No one will be able to carry it on in the same way.
Twelve months' worth of the most notorious local ventures into the legal system.
Businesses enlist the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system to offer custom training to meet pivotal workforce needs.
The industrial market is the busiest commercial category, and office vacancy rates are dropping.
Despite many critics, tax-increment financing districts are on the rise in Minnesota.
This will be the sixth board on which Rautio will now serve.
Ron Konezny, who once founded a Minnetonka-based telecommunications company, will replace the retiring Joseph Dunsmore.
Social media tools and stellar content are increasing engagement for conference and business meeting attendees.
A local recruiter specializes in execs who can tell a deer stand from a treehouse.
The Warroad family business earned a Minnesota Business Ethics award earlier this year.
In today’s dynamic marketplace, chief financial officers are leading on issues of company culture, retaining key talent and new forms of compensation.
Seven of Minnesota’s most successful innovators share how they foster and lead creativity within their organizations.
Jan Kruchoski, a managing principal at Minneapolis-based CliftonLarsonAllen, will formally begin her two-year tenure as board chairwoman on October 8.