TCB's 2018 Person of the Year on being clear, being authentic, and shareholder buy-in.
The Eagan-based pharmacy benefit manager hopes to have a successor picked before DuCharme’s exit in March 2019.
About two years since his exit from U.S. Bank’s CEO seat, Davis will continue a career of leadership and mission-based work as he replaces long-time Make-A-Wish leader David Williams.
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.
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.
If the deal proceeds, it's expected to close “by late spring”; financial terms have not been disclosed.
Taking into account returns on taxpayer investment, how much each state receives in federal funding, and the ratio of federal employees, WalletHub ranked Minnesota third on its list of states least-dependent on the federal government.
A Senate committee laid out multiple mistakes Target made when failing to prevent its data breach; meanwhile, the company faces yet another lawsuit.
Twin Cities Business spoke with prominent women executives to learn about their leadership approaches and paths to success.
An annual study of women in corporate leadership and how Minnesota's top 100 public companies rank.
At Securian and Donaldson, supportive and flexible environments increase the ranks of women executives.
Hawkins, Tennant Company, Patterson Companies, Capella Education, Apogee Enterprises, and Buffalo Wild Wings were recognized for their corporate credibility.
David Callen, formerly of Ethan Allen Interiors, will serve as Select Comfort's chief financial offier; Patricia Dirks, a former Target executive, was named “chief human capital officer.”
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.