Randy Wallake is retiring from his executive post on June 30 after 25 years with the St. Paul-based financial group. Wallake joined Securian as vice president of pension sales and was named vice chairman in 2005 and president in 2007.
Community steps up for dog found shot in Douglas County
The dog faces a long road to recovery.
Former U.S. Senator for Minnesota Dave Durenberger dies at 88
Durenberger served two terms before his disgraceful exit in the mid-1990s.
Two new breweries join Minneapolis, St. Paul downtowns
There are new spots in North Loop and Lowertown.
'Driver's Licenses For All' bill passes Minnesota House, heads to Senate
It would allow Minnesotans to obtain it without needing proof of legal presence in the U.S.
Charges: Food-deprived child was tortured, abused by foster caregivers
The charges consist of child torture and neglect.
Lawless Distilling in south Minneapolis abruptly closes its doors
The company stated "the wear and tear of the pandemic has taken its toll."
Charges: Driver had been drinking at party before striking teens, killing one
The victims were walking home from Walmart at the time of the crash, according to court documents.
State: Beltrami County Jail conditions present imminent risk of 'life-threatening harm'
The state is taking action to force changes at the Beltrami County Jail.
Utilities ask MN residents to reduce energy use as cold snap induces peak demand
The central U.S. is in the midst of a cold snap.
Tributes to 15-year-old girl killed in Burnsville crash
The teenager was a student at Burnsville High School.
Amazon to close Shakopee sort center, affecting 680 employees
The MSP5 center will close at the end of March.
Leader of St. Paul Chamber Orchestra stepping down
Sarah Lutman joined the orchestra in December 2008. She is leaving to begin her own consulting practice. MPR reports her last day as president and managing director is March 1.
Two U.S. Bank execs named some of the most powerful women in banking
The Minneapolis-based financial institutes vice chairman of payment services Pamela Joseph and executive vice president Leslie Godridge both ranked in this year's list compiled by American Banker magazine.
Arctic Cat bumps CEO to board chairman
Arctic Cat Inc. has tapped president and CEO Claude Jordan to be the new chairman of the board, the Star Tribune reports. Jordan joined the Plymouth-based recreational vehicle maker as president and COO in 2008, became CEO in January 2011. He replaces longtime chairman and former chief executive Christopher Twomey, who will remain on the board.
Target exec overseeing expansion in Canada steps down
Marketing chief Michael Francis is leaving Target and will become president of J.C. Penney. Francis has been overseeing Target's plans to expand in Canada, where the company hopes to start opening stores in 2013.
Best Buy founder steps down as chairman, report says he knew about CEO's relationship
Best Buy founder and Minnesota native Richard Schulze has announced he is stepping down as chairman after the release of an investigation into the conduct of former CEO Brian Dunn. The investigation showed that Schulze knew about about Dunn's close personal relationship with a female employee and failed to report it to the board.
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