Gravie Closes $14M Funding Round
Gravie Closes $14M Funding Round

To date, the health benefit services provider has raised over $44 million since its 2013 founding.

St. Louis Park Becomes Second MN City to Raise Age to Buy Tobacco
St. Louis Park Becomes Second MN City to Raise Age to Buy Tobacco

The ordinance was passed unanimously during a meeting Monday evening.

Insured Employees Struggling to Pay Medical Bills

Another survey finds wages not keeping up with workers’ growing out-of-pocket health expenses.

U of M Spinoff Readies Clinical Trial for Promising Brain Cancer Drug Therapy
U of M Spinoff Readies Clinical Trial for Promising Brain Cancer Drug Therapy

OX2 Therapeutics touts method to ‘turn off’ protein that suppresses immune system.

Mayo Continues Venture Funding of Gut Microbiome Companies with Latest Stake
Mayo Continues Venture Funding of Gut Microbiome Companies with Latest Stake

Participates in $50 million Series B round for microbe-maker Evelo Biosciences.

MSP Home Prices Reach New Heights
MSP Home Prices Reach New Heights

Additionally, more homes were sold in the metro area last June than any other month on record.

Why is Minnesota's Budget Guru So Worried?
Why is Minnesota's Budget Guru So Worried?

There are several reasons why Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Myron Frans is concerned about the state budget. The biggest one: What, exactly, will the federal government do?

UnitedHealth Revenue Tops $50B in Q2, Highest Ever in a Quarter
UnitedHealth Revenue Tops $50B in Q2, Highest Ever in a Quarter

All but one of the insurer’s businesses reported revenue gains for the April to June period.

Greater MN Communities Awarded Grants for Housing and Infrastructure Improvements
Greater MN Communities Awarded Grants for Housing and Infrastructure Improvements

Money will help rehab housing and commercial buildings, streetscaping efforts and improving wastewater facilities.