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Skybridge Americas, which is based in the western suburbs and was previously part of Carlson Marketing, is adding jobs after landing new clients and extending a key contract.
Medtronic thinks less is more when it comes to pacemakers. The Twin Cities-based medical device giant reports its latest pacemaker is one-tenth the size of its predecessors and can be attached to...
St. Paul-based Merrill Corporation acquired Grossman & Cotter to expand its footprint throughout northern California.
A few Minnesota merchants have begun to accept Bitcoin as payment for goods and services. TechDotMn reports that Minnesota, like the rest of the U.S., lags behind the curve on use of Bitcoins, but...
Sports stats provider SportsData launched in 2010 but already has a client list that includes major hitters like Google and Facebook.
The Rochester Post Bulletin reports that Eric Schmidt, executive chairman and former chief executive officer of Google, has joined the 31-member Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees, the governing body...
While many urban residents now take high-speed Internet access for granted, its arrival in remote parts of Minnesota is cause for celebration among rural business owners. But bringing broadband to...
A new report states that there were 31 business expansions announced during the most recent quarter—bringing the tally to 112 during the first nine months of 2013.
3D printing giant Stratasys filed its first patent infringement lawsuit Monday against fellow Minnesotan company Afinia.
FPX, which produces software for complex price quotes, has looked like it would expire more than once, but is now thriving again.
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