Robert Senkler was appointed CEO in July 1994 and has worked for the company since he was just 21 years old.
A two-person committee appointed by the med-tech giant concluded that allegations against Medtronic’s leaders are “without merit”; it’s now seeking dismissal of shareholder lawsuits.
Brad Maiorino, who has overseen information security at General Motors and General Electric, will join Target in the newly formed chief information security officer role.
Longtime 3M employee Nicholas Gangestad is replacing David Meline, who had served as the company’s chief financial officer since 2011.
Dean Riesen left the company on Friday after serving as a board director since 2003 and chairman since 2011.
Employees from U.S. Bancorp, Ecolab, and Thrivent were named to Fortune’s “Heroes of the 500” list, which recognizes acts of charity and courage.
Claude Jordan exits after three years at the helm; company veteran Chris Twomey named interim leader.
Thomas Friedman, a New York Times columnist, said he’s “always looking for Minnesota” in each of the subjects he covers.
Twin Cities Business' Dale Kurschner recently questioned the composition of Target’s board; now, a proxy advisor is recommending that shareholders oust the majority of Target directors.
An attempt to discover what's in the sauce that keeps causing the barbecue chain's CEOs to split.
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.