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Minnesota Business Partnership

ORGANIZATION

"The Minnesota Business Partnership is composed of 100 chief executives representing some of Minnesota's largest companies. We employ 1.9 million people worldwide, including 400,000 Minnesotans... Since its founding in 1977, the MBP's mission has been to forge a partnership between the public and private sectors to improve the economy and quality of life for everyone in Minnesota."

Official Website:
http://www.mnbp.com/

Location:
Minneapolis, MN

Founding Date:
1977

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert H. Bruininks
Educator
22-Feb-1942   President, University of Minnesota
James M. Cracchiolo
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Ameriprise Financial
Jeffrey M. Ettinger
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Hormel
William W. George
Business
14-Sep-1942   CEO of Medtronic, 1991-2001
John E. Gherty
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Land O'Lakes, 1989-2005
James J. Howard
Business
1-Jul-1935   CEO of Northern States Power, 1987-2000
Hubert Joly
Business
c. 1960   President & CEO of Carlson Companies
Richard C. Kelly
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Xcel Energy
Bruce J. Nicholson
Business
c. 1944   CEO of Thrivent
Richard R. Pettingill
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Allina Hospitals and Clinics
Stephen W. Sanger
Business
10-Apr-1946   CEO of General Mills, 1995-2007
William G. Van Dyke
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Donaldson Company, 1996-2004
Michael W. Wright
Business
c. 1939   CEO of Supervalu, 1981-2001


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