The 1.2 percent drop in median total compensation last year, as Minnesota companies slogged their way out of the recession, effectively reset the CEO pay clock to 2002.
Updated: June 27, 2010, - 10:53 PM
Most of Minnesota's biggest companies feel confident that 2010 will be better. They survived the Great Recession and have the scars to prove it.
Updated: April 29, 2010, - 05:35 AM
Most executives at Minnesota's biggest companies believe the worst of the Great Recession is over.
Updated: April 28, 2010, - 07:46 AM
A negative 13.4 percent return on investment is hardly something to crow about.
Updated: December 23, 2009, - 08:16 AM
This recession hasn't spared payouts among Minnesota's top executives.
Updated: May 21, 2009, - 02:21 PM
Watchful and wary, Minnesota companies ride out an economic 'perfect storm.'
Updated: April 22, 2009, - 10:05 AM
As Wall Street panicked, Minnesota's biggest companies kept cool, made tough choices and planned for what they believe are better days ahead. They are still waiting.
Updated: April 18, 2009, - 07:37 PM
Minnesota's sturdy nonprofit sector braces for tough times as people have less money to give.
Updated: December 20, 2008, - 03:53 PM
Longtime Target Corp. CEO Robert Ulrich took a pay package worth nearly $116 million with him as he left the big discounter and headed into mandatory retirement, enough to earn him the top spot among the Star Tribune's list of the 100 highest-paid CEOs in 2007.
Updated: May 17, 2008, - 09:02 PM