The attorney and Walker native was originally elected to the board of Fairview, the largest health system in Minnesota, back in 2013.
Butcher replaces Sarah Spiegel, who stepped down from the Brooklyn Center-based coffee chain after less than a year and a half on the job.
Startups with a digital health and wellness solutions focus are encouraged to apply.
“This is really tailored for Minnesota lakes,” says Root of the Elux Marine pontoon. “It’s designed for a three-hour sun cruise, not to be a boat you take down a river or across the ocean.”
The Minneapolis-based company has been moving from selling IT infrastructure products to application security products. The move prompted the need to increase its IT-security expertise.
Hype over the former Minnesota Vikings player’s return to the state, this time in slick curling shoes and with a broom, pushed fans of both sports to pour into the Four Seasons Curling Club and connected restaurant, Sticks and Stones.
The Rochester clinic and its spinoffs are focused on underwear with medical applications.
Local tech entrepreneur and company CEO Clay Collins plans to use the new capital to expand the field of data from cryptocurrency exchanges that Nomics collects, as well as hire up to three new employees in the next year.
Each company is claiming rights to their own sweater: Ragstock will sell the seasonal red sweater, while First Avenue will sell a black version.
Two sharks jumped on Prank-O’s pitch, but only one landed a deal. (Hint: The chosen shark also owns the Dallas Mavericks.)
The Eagan-based pharmacy benefit manager hopes to have a successor picked before DuCharme’s exit in March 2019.
The venture capitalist has a grand vision of retail’s future, and Target or Best Buy likely won’t be in it.