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Michael Reger returns as CEO of Northern Oil and Gas
One of the coldest Aprils in 20 years slowed sales of Toro Co.'s lawn mowers for residential users in North America and Europe.Yet sales to…
Frwd joins Bain's digital practice and will remain in Minneapolis.
A second-generation mortician, he took over his father's funeral home, Henry W. Anderson Mortuary, when his father died in 1967. Westen Anderson was in his early 30s then and stayed active in the business until recently.
Beyond the numbers from big public companies, accountants and lawyers say the new law will have even more profound effects on smaller firms.
Sleep Number is one of only 12 companies on the Russell 3000 with a majority female board.
The St. Paul company should be able to accelerate growth by becoming part of Blackbaud, CEO says.
After 12 years leading a transformation from paper to a digital market, Schram will stay until the board finds his successor.
About three-fourths of the company's shareholders rejected its latest payout to top executives.
The Bloomington company priced its initial public offering at $22 per share, which could result in proceeds that exceed $580 million by the end of the day.
Tennant is off to a strong start to fiscal-year 2018, with first-quarter revenue up 42.8 percent.The Golden Valley-based manufacturer of industrial cleaning equipment on Monday…
Mpls.-based company cited adjusted earnings of $3.70 per share.
The company's long-term success has also made Hemsley, who retired as CEO in September, a wealthy man.
The company, though, says it remains on track to meet 2018 earnings goals.
Snowfall numbers won't be in till Sunday, but here's a look at snow depths from other big storms.
Ibach's pay more than doubled in a year that saw a major product launch, corporate name change and move to a new headquarters.
Shares of Fastenal sank 6.2 percent Wednesday after the release of the company’s first-quarter results. The Winona-based company met Wall Street expectations, reporting a 13.2…
The Bloomington-based software firm wants to alter image, expand offerings.
Market's fundamentals undercut by trade-war discussions, tech cool-off.
His compensation was less than in 2016 because earned less from restricted stock awards.
Digi International, the Minnetonka-based provider of internet of things connectivity products for business, will cut 10 percent of its workforce as it shifts work done in its Eden Prairie plant to contract manufacturers.
The Royal Adhesives addition also allowed cost savings as the two companies integrate.
SPS, which provides cloud-based supply chain software and analytics, increased the size of its board from seven to 10 directors.
The move is to expand offerings to landscape and grounds professionals.
His $41 million realized from previously issued stock options fueled a 300 percent increase in his compensation.
Eden Prairie company will part with 21 of its 38 markets in Virginia and North Carolina.
Cascade Investment, already the largest shareholder, purchased nearly 700,000 more shares in the St. Paul-based company.
PeopleNet in Minnetonka makes monitoring equipment to document crashes and provide training for truck companies
Minnetonka-based PeopleNet's products have helped trucking firms steer clear of liability while enhancing driver training.
Andrew Cecere U.S. Bancorp President and CEO Total compensation: $15,957,348 for the year ended Dec. 31, 2017 Salary: $941,538 Nonequity incentive pay: $1,659,867 Other…
Donaldson Co. reported a net loss for the second quarter, but when one-time charges including $109.7 million for changes in the federal tax law are excluded, adjusted earnings were up 23 percent over the same quarter last year.
Firms must work harder than active fund investors to exert influence.
The company also reported a continuing slide in revenue.
The position creates a clear No. 2 to John Wiehoff, chief executive and chairman.
ConvergeOne will trade on Nasdaq under the symbol CVON.
It is the biggest deal since UnitedHealth Group's 2015 purchase of Catamaran.
Company still recorded a net loss for fiscal 2017.
Toro Co. CEO Richard Olson said the company's fiscal 2018 is off to a good start, once again recording record revenue in the first quarter.Revenue…
She served on the board for 12 years, including several as chairwoman.
Net income down from 2016 because of one-time tax charge; new regulations also affected business.
Credit rating agency Experian also ranked the Twin Cities metro as tops.
Revenue up 16 percent in fourth quarter, while earnings jump 50 percent over same period a year ago.
Equilar, in advance of new reporting rules requiring companies to disclose the ratio, found the overall median ratio in the U.S. to be 140:1.
Richard Olson, the Toro Co. Chairman, president and CEO Total compensation: $2,816,430 for the year ended Oct. 31, 2017 Salary: $775,000 Nonequity incentive pay:…
Twin Cities investment pros say they are not alarmed by upheaval in stock indexes.
Lawsuit alleges Crown Bank's Peter Dahl tricked customers out of millions.
As part of the five-year agreement, Sleep Number will also offer 300 vouchers each year to rookies coming into the league.
Gains met expectations, but earnings by the Mpls.-based company fell short.
Dozens of Minnesota public firms outperformed major indexes over past decade.
The largest acquisition in H.B. Fuller's history is already helping boost the adhesive company's results, but it was not enough to bring earnings into the…
The contribution to its corporate foundation and positive economic predictions are because of the new tax law.
The Eden Prairie-based firm is working with partners on new venture.
Earnings up 33 percent for Winona-based distributor of industrial equipment.
Telling clients' stories through the ads has proved effective for the company, officials said.
Tech shares made much of the difference in big year.
Epoch Lacrosse selected player and product engineer Emily Plahn to help design its first women's lacrosse head.
DPW Holdings could add more shares in the future.
Bloomington complex bought by real estate firm in Portland, Ore.
Micheal Lane aims to help execute a long-term growth plan and groom the next generation.
After becoming CEO in November 2016, Snee saw his total compensation rise 40.3 percent compared with the previous year.
London-based PrimeStone says in filing that it has talked with both companies about combining.
Bloomington firm's earnings up almost 16 percent and sales grew by about 5 percent.
Chad Abraham will assume the CEO position on Jan. 1
MGC Diagnostics had been exploring strategic alternatives since January.
Donaldson Co. Inc. reported a solid start to its new fiscal year, with profits up 5 percent and revenue up 17 percent during the company’s…
Paul Belvedere was born in 1930 on the recovery bed of his uncle’s small town dental office in Hobart, Ind. He was destined to join…
Critics say Trump administration is shaming employers, not reforming immigration system.
Sales declined 2.3 percent, and earnings dropped more than 10 percent.
Many would see steep cuts in rate, but it's unclear how they would spend cash.
CEO Chris Killingstad said integration of IPC operations is going well.
Company founder and former CEO Robert Rucker has stepped in as interim CEO while the company searches for a new leader.
The appointment ends an unexpected transition at the supplier of dental and animal health products.
Minnesota's biggest companies would see billions in relief – but what about workers?
Michael Happe is leading a resurgence of one of the most famous names in the recreation vehicle industry.
The company, which will become Sleep Number on Nov. 1, reported a 9.4 percent increase in sales.
Despite hit from storms, growth was at its fastest clip in nearly three years.
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