University of Minnesota Regent and retired Cargill executive David M. Larson has died at age 70, the university said Monday. Larson’s family said he died Saturday after a brief illness, according to the university. Larson, of Wayzata, was in his second term as a regent.
Five Minnesotans have made the list for wealthiest people in the country. The top 400 richest Americans are reported by Forbes magazine every year. And the highest ranking from Minnesota at number 133 is Whitney MacMillan.
Five Minnesotans are among the 400 richest people in America, according to the Forbes 400 list which was released Monday morning. The highest-ranking Minnesotan is former Cargill CEO Whitney MacMillian, who is number 133. The Minneapolis resident and great-grandson of William Cargill is worth $3.9 billion.
Minnesota-based food processor Cargill said Monday that it has no plan to shutter or relocate an Arkansas hog farm, despite concerns from environmentalists who say the operation poses a pollution threat to the nearby Buffalo River.
Cargill Inc. says it will start labeling beef products that contain finely textured beef, an ingredient that came under attack as “pink slime.”
It’s a source of pride for many Minnesotans – the number of Fortune 500 companies that call Minnesota home. “We live in an amazing state, so I thought a big percentage were here,” said Diane Anderson, of Minneapolis.
Cargill’s board has named President and Chief Operating Officer David W. MacLennan as its next CEO as part of its succession plans. MacLennan will take over the post from the 62-year-old Greg Page, who will serve as executive chairman of the agribusiness company.
Kansas State University is awarding an honorary doctorate to a former CEO of agribusiness giant Cargill Inc.
Hannaford Supermarkets is alerting consumers that Cargill Beef is voluntarily recalling 29,339 pounds of ground beef that may contain salmonella.
More than 400 top local businesspeople are helping young job seekers hone their interview techniques this week at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Minnesota-based meat giant Cargill says a northwest Arkansas plant is again producing ground turkey following a salmonella outbreak.
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Cargill Meat Solutions Corp. for 23 violations at its Milwaukee ground been production plant.
The U.S. Labor Department says one of the nation’s largest meatpackers systematically discriminated against more than 4,000 qualified applicants who sought entry-level jobs at a turkey processing plant in Arkansas.
Agribusiness conglomerate Cargill Inc. said its fiscal first-quarter earnings fell 66 percent amid a volatile global grain market.
Minnesota-based Cargill Inc. is recalling more ground turkey products because of possible salmonella contamination.