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The national competition, which opened in July, resulted in Jvion taking home $50,000 and moving into Mayo’s Rochester headquarters as an “entrepreneur in residence.”
September 16, 2016
Another brewery has found its place on Minnesota’s brewery map. Unmapped Brewery Co. signed a lease for a 9,000-square-foot facility in Minnetonka, with the hope of opening the taproom by May...
More people are getting to work on two wheels. The latest U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey shows 5 percent of Minneapolis residents are biking to work. That’s the highest...
The president of Pharmgate said its purchase of ProtaTek would likely improve its international sales, particularly in China.
September 15, 2016
State officials hope the funding will help provide training and employment outreach to those with disability issues.
Company touts $10 million “strategic investment” from designer, others.
The new space at the company's flagship location will accommodate 250 more people.
Both companies have been working within the Minnesota business scene since the early 1980s.
Most Minnesotans saw a generous bump in their household incomes last year – but that didn’t stop the inequality gap from getting even wider, with black residents getting left behind. Census...
August employment figures show job losses in more than half of Minnesota’s major industrial sectors.
However, interest rates are expected to rise in December, could affect buyer demand in the future.
In a few nights the Minnesota Vikings will play their first regular season game in their new stadium. And even before that kickoff against the Packers, U.S. Bank Stadium has already given the host...
September 14, 2016
Some lawmakers are trying to bring the World’s Fair to Minnesota in 2023. What exactly is the World’s Fair? Well, it’s a fair that happens in a specific part of the world and...
Downtown Minneapolis music venue Mill City Nights will close Nov. 30, general manager Chris Olson told BringMeTheNews. Mill City Nights is a venture for Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG, for short...
Smart Choice MRI also drawn to Twin Cities.
State posted fifth-lowest uninsured rate in country in 2015, U.S. Census Bureau says.
Company employees sold insurance without a license.
The health system found that Zika ranks low on people’s list of concerns.
Top researchers James Russell, Moses Rodriguez cited as inventors of virus tech platforms.
University, Fate Therapeutics on commercialization track for cutting-edge immunotherapy.
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