Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal

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CEO Compensation

The Business Journal considers CEO pay to be the total compensation figure from the summary compensation table in each company’s proxy statement or annual report. The restricted stock awards and option awards in the table reflect the aggregate grant date fair value, according to the current Securities and Exchange Commission policy. MSPBJ does not consider gains on stock that is liquidated to be CEO compensation, even if the ownership resulted from the exercise of options. Those transactions stem from investment decisions of CEOs regarding compensation companies already accounted for in previous years. (The Star Tribune’s annual compensation report does include such gains, but we do not believe that methodology serves our readers as it does not accurately reflect companies’ compensation decisions in the pay period this study examines.) The pay period for this study is fiscal year 2020. In instances where more than one CEO headed the company during the fiscal year, the overriding factor in our selection was length of term; if those terms were relatively equal (five to seven months), we chose the more recent (current) CEO. If the person listed no longer holds the title of CEO, the fact is footnoted. Our source for executive compensation information is the proxy statement (typically form DEF 14A) and, when unavailable, the annual report (typically form 10-K) that each company must file with the SEC. The List is compiled of CEOs from our Public Companies List published April 2. Compensation for CEOs of newly listed companies was not available.
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Liens & bankruptcies Leads - July 23, 2021

Learn which local businesses have recently filed for bankruptcy, unpaid income or unpaid payroll taxes. Mechanics' liens are included. Utilize this information to navigate opportunity and avoid risk. Collected from Federal bankruptcy courts, Chapter 7 is liquidation of all assets; Chapter 11 provides protection from creditors while a business reorganizes...
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Real estate Leads - July 23, 2021

Find out what areas are developing rapidly to capitalize on growth opportunities for your business. Leverage data around foreclosures, building permits, mortgages, transactional data and more. Identify the individuals and developers securing the largest commercial and residential building permits in the area, with details on the date, location, dollar value...
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Court records Leads - July 23, 2021

Discover if your customers, suppliers or competition are involved in litigation. Uncover any lawsuits or judgments that may put your business at risk, while also using the data to gain a competitive edge. Contact us to have a custom Leads search with full data delivered to your inbox weekly.