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Strong cash flow is a critical element for obtaining financing in 2014.
Although Cardiovascular Systems announced a loss of nearly $10 million for its second quarter, its stock was trading up 19.1 percent at $35.04 per share Thursday morning.
The Dolan Company’s shares will no longer be traded on the New York Stock Exchange; they’re moving to the “over-the-counter” marketplace.
The recreational vehicle company generated record profits and revenue for its fourth quarter on increased off-road vehicle and motorcycle sales, and while it's expecting further growth in 2014, its outlook is more cautious than that of analysts.
TenKsolar, Preceptis Medical, Optimine Software, TrackIF, Ambient Clinical Analytics, and Anser Innovation are among the Minnesota companies to recently land new capital.
The recreational vehicle company announced that its third-quarter profits fell 32 percent and it is lowering its full-year earnings guidance for 2014.
Precision Associates recently bought a majority stake in MMI Precision to help broaden its capabilities for medical device customers—and it’s already eyeing growth for MMI.
On the news of unexpectedly poor holiday sales, Best Buy’s stock fell nearly 30 percent Thursday and its CEO announced that the company would need to cut costs.
Grocery Shopping Network is becoming part of the “Shoptopia Network,” an online aggregator of products sold by a wide variety of retailers.
Since announcing its new amended credit agreement, Dolan’s stock has dropped more than 8 percent, reaching a record low price Tuesday afternoon.
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