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The new center is part of a $20 million investment in the region.
Lee Schram Deluxe Corp., CEO Total compensation: $7,445,143 for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016 Salary: $925,833 Nonequity incentive pay: $1,083,745 Other compensation: $21,287…
Patrick McHale, Graco Inc., President, CEO Total compensation: $7,977,846 for the year ended Dec. 31 Salary: $772,900 Nonequity incentive pay: $466,021 Other compensation: $13,961 Exercised…
James Cracchiolo Ameriprise Financial Inc. Chairman, CEO Total compensation: $15,083,018 for the year ended Dec. 31. Salary: $1,025,000 Nonequity incentive pay: $6,258,000 Other compensation:…
H. Chris Killingstad Tennant Co. President, CEO Total compensation: $2,546,846 for the year ended Dec. 31 Salary: $710,517 Nonequity incentive pay: $783,359 Other compensation:…
Jay Z and the company formerly known as Imation Corp. are collaborating on a new subsidiary that will be part of Jay Z's entertainment company,…
CEO says stabilization of market conditions helped, but future's still uncertain.
Peter Frechette, former chairman and CEO of Patterson Companies, is considered "the modern day founder of the company." In his earlier life, as a U.S.…
Scott Wine Polaris Industries Inc. Chairman, CEO Total compensation: $5,603,493 for the year ended December 31, 2016 Salary: $985,000 Nonequity incentive pay: $0 Other…
In the age of technology, some see cost savings and increased participation with the option.
The Bloomington firm beat analyst expectations with a "solid" first quarter.
The company's biggest ever acquisition was announced along with positive fourth quarter earnings.
The company also saw margin pressure in its animal health business.
Purchase of software maker will help the firm expand services to banks.
The fiscal year that ended Oct. 31 was Hoffman's last as CEO. Now retired, he remains as board chairman.
But the company says it already has seen a pickup in sales at start of 2017.
C.H. Robinson reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter results in what the company called a challenging transportation market. For the last several quarters the company has been contractually…
The St. Jude Medical blockbuster countered a slight decline from 2015.
Local money pros see the 20,000 mark as good sign for investor psychology.
She will take over Jan. 30, replacing Dana Badgerow.
Long-term succession plan at hair salon chain results in promotions on leadership team.
The industrial adhesives company reported 56 percent increase in net income during fourth quarter.
Mehring wants to spend time encouraging positive uses of technology.
The company's shares jumped 5 percent and reached a 52-week high after the news Wednesday.
The deals raised $339.4 million for 23 companies.
Cheaper, passive investment options have ruled lately.
Minnesota investment professionals see the bull market marching on in 2017, but with more volatility
The Trump administration will usher in a lot of change that could propel the stock market and economy out of slow growth. But the participants in our annual Investors' Roundtable said there could also be some pain along the way.
Select Comfort and Resound were Minnesota's innovation winners at CES, the big tech trade show.
The company absorbs $19M in expenses for Sherwin-Williams deal, but still increases profits.
Ron Konezny, Digi International Inc. president, CEO Total compensation: $1,774,863 for the year ended Sept. 30, 2016 Salary: $465,000 Nonequity incentive pay: $776,550 Other compensation:…
The $17 million to $20 million restructuring is part of the company's 2020 strategic plan.
A strong fourth quarter put the Bloomington company over the top.
CEO is cautious, but firm sees encouraging signs.
The company missed expectations and lowered guidance for the year.
Revenue dropped for the fifth quarter in a row for the maker of 3-D printers.
Shaking off the campaign rhetoric, market watchers are embracing the prospect
American investors looked on the upside of Trump's victory, seeing the prospect of more spending and eased regulations.
Eden Prairie-based data center services provider merging with Insight Enterprises of Arizona.
Regnerbau Calw makes the Perrot brand.
Securian Financial Group is making the largest acquisition in its history to expand outside the United States for the first time. St. Paul-based Securian is…
It's leaving Plymouth in the latest and one of the largest moves by companies into Minneapolis in the past few years.
C.H. Robinson Worldwide reported third-quarter results after the market closed on Tuesday. The Eden Prairie-based global logistics firm earned $129 million in the quarter or…
Golden Valley-based company expects revenue growth to return in fourth quarter.
Money managers advise not trading your portfolio based on the election.
Funding troubles nearly put the brakes on a promising new product, but entrepreneurs say they have new momentum.
Five companies in the state receive funding even as national financing declined in Q3.
The company just missed analysts' expectations; stock trading down.
The Eden Prairie company adds new region with deal costing more than $225M.
Deluxe hopes to display diversity of companies, spotlight own evolution.
Investment banks have not seen initial offering revenue this low since mid-1990s.
Rocket55 and Level believe their joint venture offers better analytics, content.
Rabbi Moshe Weiss was a self-described “rabbipreneur” and inventor. He gained some fame when he appeared on the reality TV show “Shark Tank” in 2013,…
Flat sale and a strong dollar limited income in the fourth quarter and for the year, but it's projecting a better 2017.
Dan Hanrahan Regis Corp. president and CEO Total compensation: $2,556,484 for the year ended June 30 Salary: $882,000 Nonequity incentive pay: $1,315,694 Other compensation:…
Accelmed transaction helps clean up Cogentix's balance sheet and gives it cash to add to portfolio of products.
Bloomington-based chain's CEO wants to step up pace of new salons opening in new markets.
The company's stock was off 20 percent after reporting a dip in sales and a $4 million loss.
Because of a special one-time offering, the total stock could have exceeded the limit in the company's shareholder-approved compensation plan.
The company said it was hit with unfavorable weather conditions and currency translations.
Ken Powell General Mills Inc. chairman, CEO Total compensation: $14,302,884 for the year ended May 31, 2016 Salary: $1,206,500 Nonequity incentive pay: $2,258,568 Other compensation:…
Anderson took home $4.1 million for the last fiscal year, but it does not include the grant-date value of new stock options and a one-time stock option grant.
The move would mean it makes $46 million, instead of $78.2 million, if it goes public.
Lower average equity markets and low interest rates hurt the results, CEO said.
Stock was up more than 10 percent in morning trading.
It's a trend locally and nationally, but analysts aren't worried after two "really good years."
A soft economy generated reduced income for business leaders in the state and across the U.S. The format for executives' financial packages is continuing to evolve.
Fastenal Co. shares fell Tuesday after the company’s second-quarter results missed investor expectations. The Winona-based distributor of fasteners, construction and industrial equipment said its profit…
More than 30 years ago, a serious home-brewer named Mark Stutrud wrote a letter to the head of the American Brewer's Association.
Tim Bohannon, the GM of Northwestern Mutual, shares his leadership tips.
Chris Heim of HelpSystems doesn't believe you can over-communicate, shares company's financial results.
Jim Nelson of ACR Homes uses positive reinforcement for his workplace culture.
In Minnesota, the percentage for all of the state's public companies is lagging behind the national average.
Patricia Binko took to music at an early age and was persuaded by her parents to take violin lessons starting in third grade. Years later Binko would teach violin using the popular Suzuki Method that she learned directly from Shinichi Suzuki in Japan.
The company plans to have 65 percent of revenue from U.S.-made products by 2017.
Strong dollar, oil slump are putting a drag on Minnesota corporate profits.
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