Photos from TCB's 2018 CFO Forum

A slideshow of images taken during TCB's 2018 CFO Forum, held at the Metropolitan Ballroom in June.

Software Developer Ceridian to Go Public This Week
Software Developer Ceridian to Go Public This Week

The Bloomington-based company is hoping to raise $420 million from investors, on top of a planned $100 million share purchase from two private equity firms.

Wells Fargo Slapped with $1 Billion Fine
Wells Fargo Slapped with $1 Billion Fine

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau takes action against Wells Fargo for illegal mortgage and auto lending practices.

Ceridian Planning $200M IPO
Ceridian Planning $200M IPO

The Bloomington-based human resources software provider will be going public for the second time in the company’s 61-year history.

Crowdfunding Meets Gift Registry
Crowdfunding Meets Gift Registry

Take 12 is helping expectant moms raise money to fund their maternity leave.

Wells Fargo Wants to Grow Home Mortgage Campus in Minneapolis by 1,250 Workers
Wells Fargo Wants to Grow Home Mortgage Campus in Minneapolis by 1,250 Workers

The San Francisco-based bank is looking to have a more than 300,000-square-foot addition constructed to its existing parking lot to accommodate the new workers.

Bridgewater Bancshares Stock Jumps in Debut on Nasdaq Exchange
Bridgewater Bancshares Stock Jumps in Debut on Nasdaq Exchange

The community bank’s shares finished at $12.85 Thursday after two days of public trading.

McNally Smith College of Music Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
McNally Smith College of Music Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

After closing in December, the college officially signaled its end as it aims to pay off debts through liquidation.

No Cash? No Sale.
No Cash? No Sale.

Currency remains king at a small subset of local businesses.