Technology

Sign up for briefcaseSign Up For Our Free E-Newsletter, Briefcase

RSS SubscribeOr Subscribe To An RSS Feed Of Technology News

Silicon North Stars

Twin Cities Teens Take Weeklong Trek To Silicon Valley

Through an initiative called “Silicon North Stars,” 16 local ninth-graders are learning first-hand about technology from leading-edge companies and burgeoning startups.

July 17, 2014

Fast-Growing Digi-Key Adds Jobs In Fargo

While Digi-Key's primary operations remain in Thief River Ralls, Fargo is playing an increasingly important role in the company's growth.

July 15, 2014

St. Jude Medical headquarters

St. Jude Medical Buys Med-Tech Firm NeuroTherm For $200M

The acquisition of NeuroTherm will expand the Minnesota company’s chronic pain relief business.

July 14, 2014

MakerBot at Home Depot

Home Depot Starts Selling Stratasys' MakerBot 3D Printers

Through a pilot program, home-improvement retail giant Home Depot has begun selling MakerBot 3D printers and scanners at a dozen of its stores.

July 14, 2014

Social Media Pros Make “Virtual Concierge” For All-Star Week

Meet Minneapolis and PR firm Spong convened a group of social media professionals, who will help recommend restaurants and other destinations to All-Star Game tourists.

July 10, 2014

Twin Cities-Based HighJump Software Bought By Rival

HighJump Software, a former 3M subsidiary, announced that it is merging with a rival warehouse management software firm.

July 08, 2014

Self-serve beer machines now available at Target Field

Sick of waiting in line to buy a beer at a busy concession stand at Target Field? Never fear, beer is here… and it’s being delivered to fans in a brand new way. Self-serve beer stations...

July 07, 2014

M&A

Wireless Ronin To Merge With New York Firm

Minnetonka-based Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc., said it would merge with Creative Realities and sell about 59 percent of its shares to the owner of the fellow marketing technology firm.

June 26, 2014

Sport Ngin

Sports Software Firm Raised $25M In Latest Round

Sport Ngin, which has raised $35 million since its founding and now employs 200 people, will continue to invest in its NGIN platform and bolster its sales, service, and marketing efforts.

June 26, 2014

M&A

Loffler Buys Assets Of Minneapolis Competitor

Minneapolis-based Imaging Path is closing its offices at the end of the month after Bloomington-based Loffler Companies bought all of its assets.

June 25, 2014

     |   |   |   |  5  

Most Popular


More Stories


Current Issue

October

Read this month's issue of Twin Cities Business.