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The company’s purchase of HeartWare is an attempt to gain market share in an $800 million heart failure device market.
June 27, 2016
More than 100,000 Minnesotans will have to find new health insurance at the end of this year. That’s because Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), the state’s biggest health plan provider, has...
June 24, 2016
When viewers of the 2018 Super Bowl see nighttime images from a blimp cruising over U.S. Bank Stadium, they won’t see any illuminated signs for competing banks. Unless maybe Wells Fargo wants...
June 23, 2016
Two partners at Faegre Baker Daniels’ London office discuss the intricacies of Brexit and why Minnesotans should be paying attention.
A new game has gone on sale at Target – and it was created by a Minnesotan. Tom Rohlf, 26, is the man behind “The Voting Game,” a card game which has already sold thousands of copies on...
The hospital will provide emergency services during events.
Jeffrey Harmening, who has worked his entire career at the food company, may be next in line to take over as CEO.
A Twin Cities coffee shop’s announcement that Donald Trump supporters are not welcome had unintended consequences for another business – in Florida. Earlier this month, Urban Bean Coffee...
Mayo Clinic ranked as the runner-up on the national list.
June 22, 2016
Medical device firm would be first Minnesota IPO in nearly 18 months.
Leave the weight-loss program. Take the standing desk.
Florida-based TapImmune exercises option, readies Phase II trials for HER2/neu cancer immunotherapy platform.
A look at the Rochester clinic’s Top 10 National Institutes of Health awards.
Some of Minnesota’s smallest craft breweries are being drafted into the NFL. Several northeast Minneapolis breweries will be featured at U.S. Bank Stadium once it opens later this summer, a...
The health organization hopes its latest collaboration will lead to more website traffic and a higher level of brand awareness.
They’re a little awkward to carry, but those big, brown jugs of beer are really popular among Minnesota craft beer drinkers. And since local breweries no longer have to say “no”...
June 21, 2016
You’ve probably seen a headline reading “the middle class is disappearing,” or heard a politician yell something to that effect in recent months. The thing is, it’s a true...
The medical device company also has another $25 million in the pipeline pending “the company’s achievement of a certain milestone.”
News of the move to the federal level surprised even the Minnesota district court judge overseeing the cases.
Men make more than women in all of the metros surveyed.
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