The company's chief operating officer will take over as president and CEO starting Feb. 24. The announcement ends speculation that 3M's board would waive the company's mandatory-retirement rule and allow Buckley, 65, to stay on.
Nine police agencies called in for crowd control after 2 shot in West St. Paul
Police say a large group "attempted to take control" of part of the crime scene.
Brooklyn Center approves $1.3M public safety budget, including policing reforms
The city will use some money from the police department for the new programs.
Snow impacting morning commute across southern Minnesota
A quick inch could make a bit of a mess on the roads.
Minnesota United star allegedly hit teen with gun in Argentina
The 26-year-old could face charges in Argentina.
Kirk Ciarocca returning to Gophers as offensive coordinator
The architect of the 2019 offense will look to revive the Gophers.
Klobuchar says Congress should pass law to protect abortion rights
Her comments came as the Supreme Court appears poised to weaken — or gut — Roe v. Wade
Hello, winter: List of the coldest wind chills in MN Monday morning
The state went from a relatively mild start of the season, to downright frigid wind chills.
1 CWD-positive deer in Brainerd Lakes area, so surveillance will continue
The CWD monitoring measures were supposed to end after this year.
MN program will train, hire 1,000 nursing assistants for long-term care
The facilities are facing a severe staffing shortage.
Minnesota State Fair reestablishes a police department
The fair had been contracting with the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office.
PepsiCo hires 3M's chief design officer
After 10 years at Maplewood-based 3M, Mauro Porcini will now focus on expanding Pepsi's 12 biggest brands, Fast Company reports. At 3M, Porcini had a role in designing office supplies, health care products and built a sought-after design team. Porcini joins PepsiCo on July 2.
Carlson names Rautio as new chief executive officer
The Minnetonka-based global hospitality and travel company has promoted Trudy Rautio as president and chief executive officer, effective immediately. For the past eight years, Rautio has served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Carlson. She is replacing Hubert Joly who resigned to take the top job at Richfield-based Best Buy. Rautio is only the fifth chief executive of the 74-year-old hospitality and travel company.
3M CEO backs off growth projections
3M's Chief Executive Officer is revising the projections for annual sales growth set by his predecesor. Bloomberg reports 3M's new goal is to increase revenue four to six percent a year at existing businesses, a reduction from the seven to eight percent sought by the previous CEO.
3M settles lawsuit over Cogent purchase
Both 3M and Cogent deny any wrong doing, but have agreed to pay $1.9 million to shareholders and their attorneys. Bloomberg reports the investors claim Cogent CEO Ming Hsieh favored 3M to collect a retention bonus. The Maplewood-based company paid about $943 million in 2010 for Cogent.
Supervalu fires CEO, names replacement
Supervalu has pushed out CEO Craig Herkert from the struggling Eden Prairie-based supermarket chain, the Associated Press reports. Chairman Wayne Sales will take on the roles of president and chief executive officer as Supervalu explores a possible sale of its operations following disappointing quarterly results.
3M's George Buckley joins British private equity firm
The Pioneer Press reports the departing CEO is joining Arle Capital LLP in his native Great Britain.
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