Updated "smart beds" due out this year will adjust temperature and measure heart rate variability.
The new contract includes a 7.5 percent wage increase over three years.
City leaders are considering establishing a Community Development Corporation that would join First Avenue in overseeing the venue.
In December, Granite City filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and opened an auction for its assets.
The health plan provider says it issued the grants to help tackle health disparities across Minnesota.
Medtronic, 3M, Ecolab, Ergotron, and more are pitching in to support efforts to counter the virus.
Golden Gate School of Law professor Anthony Niedwiecki has been chosen to serve as president and dean of Mitchell Hamline.
Walker Art Center reveals the art of nonprofit finance.
Inside Minneapolis’ new 100 Restrooms initiative.
What happens when the VC money runs out? The founder of MEND Jewelry grapples with her own definition of success.
On Monday, the health system and SEIU Healthcare Minnesota met for a last-ditch effort to strike a deal.
Minnesota’s health care education programs are evolving
to meet changing state- and community-based patient needs.
Former 7-Eleven IT exec Jaime Montemayor joins General Mills to support the company’s new digital transformation efforts.
The U.K. company brings surgical artificial intelligence expertise.
More than half of units are under purchase agreements.
CFO and chief of staff Amy Ronneberg was named acting CEO while the organization hunts for a new leader.
The number of downtown residents grew 3 percent over the prior year.
Operating margins dipped below 2 percent in 2018, according to the Minnesota Hospital Association.
The company says its business model couldn’t last in the “fiercely competitive direct-to-consumer market.”
Shared office space are now being offered in Rochester, Mankato, Red Wing, Austin, and more.