Better hearing without a hearing aid? That’s what Envoy Medical’s implantable device promises. But it’s expensive, its battery needs replacing, and it’s not covered by insurance (though that may be changing). Still, the company’s investors—including Glen Taylor, Ken Dahlberg, and Kevin McHale—like what they see and hear.
The country is already host to two-thirds of Carlson’s Asian hotels. Now Carlson is tripling its footprint there.
He’s left his namesake law firm, saying it was consumed by the short-term, eat-what-you-kill thinking of litigators. He’s started a new firm, where he says billable hours won’t be the driver, and a holistic approach to clients and to compensation will rule. Funny thing is, that’s what he thought he was doing 14 years ago.
Will Minneapolis get with the mobile restaurant trend?
Delusion, addiction, and a boycott only Cervantes could love.
It’s hard to know, and for the Minneapolis Regional Chamber, creating uncertainty is the point.
The future is bright, but there’s no need for shades.
Monkey Island seeks to build community around bootstrapping—and online technology.
Quantum Retail Technology offers new insights into product behavior and profitability for large retailers.
Meet Rob Nelson, a guiding force at Faces restaurant in St. Paul.
Its legal troubles behind it and new management (and ownership) in place, supplement maker Airborne’s future is no longer up in the air.
New bits from around Minnesota.
A little ice cream business with a taste for innovation.
Winners take home trophies. Observers receive assurance that the qualities we admire are in abundant supply.
IDK, but better communication might help Boomers and Millennials LOL at our differences.
Planners pull out all the stops to involve attendees in unforgettable hands-on events.