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More than 300 housing units could fit on property.
February 22, 2017
Revenue up, but net loss widens for med tech company.
Health IT startup has $3.9M of total already in hand, SEC filing indicates.
Study reveals impact of employee salary level on health care use and costs.
A special enrollment period runs through March 1 for those who have been recently kicked off their health plan.
The Bloomington-based health care provider said the tool would be a first-of-its-kind offering from the large health plan market.
The medtech company reported mid-single digit sales growth in all four of its business groups.
The food industry has been in a consolidation phase over the past several years and some experts believe General Mills may be up for grabs.
February 21, 2017
The department store chain is closing its Nicollet Mall location this spring.
Data compiled by the USDA found fewer farms in Minnesota last year, but the size of the average farm grew by one acre.
To date, the Minneapolis-based watchmaking company has raised well over $330,000 from thousands of backers through Kickstarter.
February 17, 2017
The retailer said it is taking a “best-practices approach to review [its] strategic options specific to positioning the company for long-term success.”
February 16, 2017
If the southeastern Minnesota city wins, it gets a half-million dollars and will host the next season of Deluxe Corp.’s “Small Business Revolution” series.
The pharmacy benefits manager opted to remain in Eagan and have a new facility constructed over moving its operations to a new city in the state.
The amount is 50 percent higher than previously predicted.
February 15, 2017
The Mayo Clinic was the state’s top earning health institution, taking in nearly $10.8 million from medical device makers and others in the field.
Minnesota records an A and a B on latest state telemedicine report cards.
Five life sciences research projects nearing market stage land MN-REACH funding.
Patent application filed on antibody used for individualized cancer treatments.
Blue Cross surveys understanding of health plans.
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