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Minnesota has a great tradition of science and technology, but more needs to be done and soon.
While the federal government is still in the process of developing a plan to require greater accountability from for-profit colleges, Capella is giving students a new way to judge their employable skills progress.
Boston Scientific Corp. announced plans to eliminate another 1,100 to 1,500 jobs through 2015 as part of a new restructuring program. The company made the announcement through a filing with the...
Stratasys Ltd. continues its string of mergers and acquisitions as it reinforces its presence in Japan.
By partnering with e-commerce service provider ChannelAdvisor, Best Buy has increased the number of products it offers online from third-party sellers.
Boston Scientific is paying $30 million to settle a lawsuit over defective medical devices made in the Twin Cities. Reuters reports the implantable defibrillators were made by Guidant, an Arden...
3M’s investment arm has purchased a minority stake in Takadu, a tech company that uses algorithms to identify problems in water systems.
The St. Paul-based medical device company recently acquired a developer of miniaturized, “leadless” pacemakers, which will strengthen its position in the multibillion-dollar global pacemaker market, the company said.
As Target makes digital efforts a top priority, 150 jobs have fallen by the wayside.
Minnesota’s new online health insurance marketplace continues to draw interest amid glitches, one of which was fixed in time for a new one to pop up, the Star Tribune reported. The glitch on...
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