Patrick Kennedy

Reporter | Business, Research
Phone: 612-673-7926
Patrick Kennedy, reporter and researcher, produces the annual Star Tribune 100 ranking of Minnesota’s biggest companies; the CEO compensation package and the Nonprofit 100 as well as the Quarterly Deals and Quarterly Money Managers reports.

Recent content from Patrick Kennedy

Graco makes several management moves

The maker of pumps named its first VP for South and Central America.

Updated: December 27, 2012, - 09:18 PM

For Minnesota's largest nonprofits, a rebuilding year

Affordable housing builder CommonBond is among the savvy nonprofits taking good advantage of today's low interest rates. | Interactive listing of 17th Annual Nonprofit 100 |

Updated: December 27, 2012, - 09:23 AM

Silver Bay Realty Trust IPO raises $245 million

The Minnetonka investment trust buys undervalued homes to be held for rental or resale.

Updated: December 14, 2012, - 08:24 PM

New company formed to buy, rent and resell homes

Silver Bay Realty Trust will invest in single-family homes -- and offer shares for sale.

Updated: December 04, 2012, - 09:04 PM

Obituary: Lyle Hanks was a staunch supporter of St. Louis Park

Lyle Hanks was "Mr. St. Louis Park."

Updated: November 24, 2012, - 08:06 PM

After solid start, Donaldson sales slip

But the maker of filtration systems forecasts sales will increase by the end of the fiscal year.

Updated: November 21, 2012, - 07:53 PM

Patterson sales flat

Patterson Companies reported lower than expected sales for its second quarter and reduced its earnings per share guidance for the rest of the year.

Updated: November 20, 2012, - 09:45 AM

Texas outfit to buy Little Canada gas pipeline service firm

Little Canada-based Q3 Contracting agreed to be sold for $48.1 million to Primoris.

Updated: November 14, 2012, - 09:27 PM

Northern Tool adding a pair of retailers

Sportsman's Guide, Golf Warehouse to be bought from French firm for $215M.

Updated: November 08, 2012, - 09:51 PM

UnitedHealth is selling its S.C. Medicaid business

Coverage for 65,000 low-income people will shift to a Florida-based insurer.

Updated: October 31, 2012, - 08:28 PM

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