University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler to Step Down in 2019

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.

What It Means to Be a CFO in Today’s Economy

Four chief financial officers share how they drive growth and stay focused in their ever-evolving role.

Why Fresh Eyes Are Key for Family Businesses

Finding the right outside advisers is crucial for a family business, which needs help with business and legal strategies and navigating family dynamics.

Two Minnesota Cos. Land on ‘World’s Most Innovative Companies’ List

General Mills and Ecolab earned spots on the 8th iteration of Forbes’ annual list.

Exercising CFO Leadership in a Dynamic Economy

At a June 5 TCB Forum, Minnesota CFOs will share how they are growing their companies and developing new products in a crowded marketplace.

Why Are So Many Prominent Executives Leaving Big Corporations?

Since 2016, seven of Minnesota’s 15 largest public companies announced CEO departures.

Former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson Resigns from General Mills, Three Other Boards

Resignations come after reveal of his donation to an organization behind anti-Muslim videos.

Twin Cities Business Names Allison Kaplan Editor-in-Chief

Allison Kaplan enters her new role April 9, 2018, replacing Dale Kurschner.

Breaking Through Minnesota's Glass Ceiling

Women executives define what needs to change to achieve gender parity in the C-suite.

Andrew Witty Named New CEO of Optum

He will replace Larry Renfro, who is moving on to a different role at Optum, on July 1 of this year.

Minnesota Orchestra Association Offers 'Artistic' Report On Orchestra Hall Lease

Under terms of the Orchestra Hall lease, the Minnesota Orchestral Association is required to show how the facility is being used—and will be used—to promote the arts in Minneapolis.

Christopher & Banks Sees Profit Growth Under New CEO

The women’s clothing retailer saw profits jump 140 percent during the third quarter, and its stock has risen 120 percent since it named a new CEO.

2 MN Cos. Make Fortune’s “Blue Ribbon” List

3M and Target both made four of Fortune’s high-profile annual lists, earning them spots on the magazine’s 2013 best-of compilation.

Stratasys Accuses Local Firm Of Patent Infringement

3D printing giant Stratasys filed its first patent infringement lawsuit Monday against fellow Minnesotan company Afinia.

Q&A With CIO John Bandy

DRC’s John Bandy, CIO, takes on the tough issues—far beyond internal technology.

Hear From Award-Winning Family Businesses (Video)

View acceptance speeches from and biographical videos about the winners of the 2013 Minnesota Family Business Awards.

Activist Investor May Take ValueVision Dispute To Court

ValueVision denied investor Clinton Group’s request for a special meeting in January and has instead scheduled the meeting, one at which shareholders may vote on Clinton’s proposals, for March.

John Pohlad Leaves Firm He Founded To Grow Another

John Pohlad has been appointed director of strategic development at Rothschild Capital Partners, which is looking to grow its Minneapolis presence.

Hear From The 2013 "Outstanding Directors" (Video)

View the acceptance speeches of five members of local business boards who won 2013 Outstanding Directors Awards.

5 MN Companies Among 100 Most “Military Friendly” In U.S.

Xcel Energy was the highest-ranked Minnesota company on this year’s list.

How Minnesota's Lawmakers Spend Leftover Campaign Cash

Representative Michele Bachmann has a stack of cash left in her congressional campaign account, with no obvious expenses left to spend it on.

Mayo Picks Carlson Dean, 5 Others, To Steer Rochester Plan

A former Twins executive; the president of Rochester Area Economic Development, Inc.; and the dean of the Carlson School of Management are among those appointed to the Economic Development Agency Board.

Target Accidentally Ships New Xbox To Customers Weeks Early

An estimated 150 Xbox One consoles were reportedly shipped to customers over the weekend, ahead of its official November 22 launch date.

3M Sues 2 European Cos. Over Patents

3M is suing two dental businesses for allegedly infringing on the company’s ceramic-based dental technology.

Activist Investor Calls ShopHQ’s Actions “Surreptitious”

ValueVision asked activist investor Clinton Group to postpone a special meeting until after the holidays; Clinton said it would wait until January, but it won't withdraw its filing, because that might allow ValueVision to push the date back even further.

MN Co. Wins $23M In Trade Secrets Case

A jury sided with Willmar-based Relco after two former employees allegedly used confidential company information after moving to a competitor.

Shareholder Group Presses ValueVision To Replace CEO

An investor group says ValueVision is underperforming and needs a new chief executive; the company, meanwhile, pointed to its climbing stock price as indicative of a successful turnaround strategy.

Local Leader Picked From Pool Of 197K, Wins Nat'l CEO Award

Chief Executive magazine presented Chuck Runyon, co-founder and CEO of Hastings-based Anytime Fitness, with the award in its “Leadership” category.

Imation Divests Business As Losses Keep Mounting

The 3M spin-off sold one of its businesses in an attempt to turn itself around, but its quarterly loss was worse than analysts expected.

Target And General Mills Are Top MN Grantmakers

Target and General Mills each paid cash grants of more than $100 million last year, although both companies allocated just 18 percent of those grants within Minnesota.

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