Joel Kramer

Editor and CEO, MinnPost.com

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CEO and editor of MinnPost.com, a nonprofit news website he founded in Minneapolis in 2007; former editor of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune (1980's) and its publisher and president (1990's)

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