John Oslund

Assistant Business Editor/Research
Phone: 612-673-7206
John J. Oslund supervises the Business Research Team, a group that focuses on Minnesota’s large public companies, tracks executive compensation and monitors the state’s large nonprofit sector.

Recent content from John Oslund

Pains in the bottom: With some exceptions, smaller firms struggling

While we were pleased and even a little surprised at the strong overall market performance of the Star Tribune 100...

Updated: March 24, 2001, - 10:00 PM

Gains in the top: Biggest firms succeeding

Energy prices soared. The economy stalled. Stock markets struggled. And George Bush was president.Sound familiar?The year was 1992, after the...

Updated: March 24, 2001, - 10:00 PM

Nonprofits grew faster than state's private sector

Thanks to some fast-growing health care giants, Minnesota's 100 largest nonprofits grew at a faster pace in 1999 than their...

Updated: December 02, 2000, - 10:00 PM

Banking on Women

From Dhaka, Bangladesh, to La Paz, Bolivia, to Frogtown in St. Paul, a new model of economic development is evolving...

Updated: October 07, 2000, - 11:00 PM

Like for-profits, Minnesota's nonprofit economy is booming

Call it Minnesota's other booming economy.The state's biggest nonprofit organizations grew 8 percent in 1998 -- not quite as fast...

Updated: November 27, 1999, - 10:00 PM

Shares of state's top 100 companies: half are up, half are down

Fifty-fifty.That's the stock market's message to Minnesota's 100 largest companies so far this year. In a period during which the...

Updated: May 30, 1999, - 11:00 PM

Aside from stock incentive plans, salaries and bonuses level off

Executive compensation, which at one time thrived on a diet of fat salaries and even fatter bonuses, appears to be...

Updated: May 08, 1999, - 11:00 PM

Survey scans the digital horizon

That clickety-clickety noise is rapidly turning into the sound of money.Most of Minnesota's largest companies believe e-commerce is the Next...

Updated: March 28, 1999, - 10:00 PM

Star Tribune 100: Survey scans the digital horizon

That clickety-clickety noise is rapidly turning into the sound of money.Most of Minnesota's largest companies believe e-commerce is the Next...

Updated: March 28, 1999, - 10:00 PM

Star Tribune 100: Can it last?

After five years of explosive market performance that left the Dow Jones industrial average bobbing near the 10,000 mark, the...

Updated: March 27, 1999, - 10:00 PM

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