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.
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General Mills and Ecolab earned spots on the 8th iteration of Forbes’ annual list.
At a June 5 TCB Forum, Minnesota CFOs will share how they are growing their companies and developing new products in a crowded marketplace.
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Since 2016, seven of Minnesota’s 15 largest public companies announced CEO departures.
Resignations come after reveal of his donation to an organization behind anti-Muslim videos.
Allison Kaplan enters her new role April 9, 2018, replacing Dale Kurschner.
Women executives define what needs to change to achieve gender parity in the C-suite.
He will replace Larry Renfro, who is moving on to a different role at Optum, on July 1 of this year.
Dolan Company announced a reorganization plan that will cut debt and result in the company going private—and its founder and CEO has stepped down.
Following Dale Wahlstrom's retirement, Shaye Mandle, currently executive vice president and chief operating officer, will take the reins.
A new rule requires publicly traded manufacturers to disclose whether their products include minerals whose sale funded armed conflict in the Congo—and the rule will have a ripple effect on smaller companies as well.
Morris Goodwin will fill a vacancy left after longtime Chief Financial Officer Mark Alfuth retired last summer.
Bixby Energy Systems founder Robert Walker was convicted on 17 counts of criminal conduct, including witness tampering and defrauding investors, after just a day and a half of jury deliberation.
Less than a month after the company’s CEO resigned, Famous Dave’s chose to fire its president and chief operating officer.
Mayo Clinic said it beat expectations in 2013, and CEO John Noseworthy, who recently spoke to Twin Cities Business about the future of health care, highlighted ongoing initiatives.
3M ranked 23rd and Target 29th, although both fell several spots from last year’s list.
Dianne Neal Blixt and Amy DiGeso were appointed to Ameriprise Financial’s board; Suzanne Vautrinot, meanwhile, has become an Ecolab director.
Bloomberg News reported that the Minnesota company is working with Goldman Sachs to sell some of its business units piecemeal.
Target’s profits fell 46 percent in the fourth quarter, dropping from $1.47 per share to $0.81 per share; Target attributed $0.40 of the loss to its Canadian segment and $0.02 per share to the data breach.
Tricia Davidson is leaving Minneapolis-based Duffy & Partners.
After Heidi Weber, one of the for-profit school’s former deans, was awarded almost $395,000 in a whistleblower lawsuit, a judge has now ruled that the school must pay an additional $570,000.
Inside the business life of Tom Barnard—the least-known, most relevant aspect of the Twin Cities’ most important radio personality.
Former McDonald's executive Ed Rensi, who joined the Famous Dave’s board a month ago, will lead the company on an interim basis; he succeeds John Gilbert, who resigned after roughly 16 months in the job.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering local small business owners and CEOs an MBA-like curriculum meant to help them grow.
The new post at Rochester’s Economic Development Agency will help steer Destination Medical Center planning.
The Clinton Group claimed in a recent letter that ValueVision broke state law by not holding a special shareholders meeting 90 days after it was requested—but the Minnesota company argues that Clinton’s original request was invalid.
Ernst & Young is seeking nominations for outstanding entrepreneurs in Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Bob Peltier, who began his real estate career in 1978 and was appointed CEO of Edina Realty Home Services in 2009, is stepping down but will remain chairman emeritus; Greg Mason is the company's new leader.