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Former Congressman Erik Paulsen Named to Cardiovascular Systems’ Board

The Republican politician, who lost his House seat to Dean Phillips in the 2018 election, replaces a retiring member of the board of directors of the St. Paul-based medtech company.

Health Insurance Startup Bright Health Announces 2020 Expansion Plans

The fast-growing Minneapolis-based startup, which has raised $440 million in four years, will expand into 13 new markets across seven states and expand product offerings in existing markets.

Best Buy Taps Matt Bilunas as CFO

He takes a position vacated when former chief financial officer Corie Barry became CEO.

Minnesota Lagging U.S. for GDP Growth

State ranks 37th in newly released first quarter 2019 data

Cargill Beefs Up its Environmental Sustainability Commitment with New Goal

The Wayzata-based ag giant aims to reduce its beef supply chain’s greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent before 2030.

St. Paul Nonprofit Nets $400K to Grow Minority-Owned Businesses

The Center for Economic Inclusion aims to encourage large companies in the area to contract with minority-owned firms.

Excelsior Firm Introducing VR Tech in Senior Living Facilities

Oppidan Investment Co. has partnered with Minneapolis-based virtual reality company Visual to bring VR experiences to residents of three of its elder care facilities.

Greater MSP Gears Up for New Startup-Focused Initiative

The organization is launching a new coalition that rounds up more than 100 local organizations interested in boosting startup activity.

Minneapolis to Hold Public Hearing on Wage Theft Prevention Ordinance

The ordinance was first proposed in June, following the Minnesota Legislature’s passage of a law that made wage theft a crime.

Greater Twin Cities United Way Charts a New Path

Amid declining donations, the nonprofit is reshaping its focus and turning its attention toward more ‘holistic metrics.’

Andersen’s Window Replacement Factory to Double in Size

This week, the company broke ground on a $35 million expansion of its Renewal by Andersen campus in Cottage Grove.

Nonprofit Red Wing Ignite Wins $750K Federal Grant

The organization, which focuses on community economic development, was one of 44 selected grant recipients.

Eden Prairie Medical Supplier Key Surgical Acquires German Company

Two years after merging with a German competitor to form the world’s largest healthcare sterilization product supply company, Key Surgical has acquired German wholesaler Insitumed GmbH.

Sales Price for Twin Cities Homes Reached New Record in June

Home sales, however, are still on the downswing, with single-family home sales declining 7.5 percent year over year.

Minnesota Nets Nearly $2M from Equifax Settlement

The company’s breach reportedly exposed personal information of nearly half of adult-age Minnesotans.

Help Is on the Menu

A taste of incubators, stores, and organizations helping to make local restaurants and food and beverage brands a reality.

Concierge: 5 Ways To Make a Splash This Summer

Round up your favorite clients and colleagues and make the most of Minnesota's most fleeting season with a day on our lakes and rivers.

More Blue Cross Complaints Emerge. What’s Happening?

A Twin Cities real estate developer has taken on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, one of the largest health insurers in the state. A hospital group has asked for state investigations into the insurer. Has Blue Cross run afoul of the law?

Popular Shop Madre Co. Rebrands as Mother Co. to Fend Off Cultural Appropriation Claim

Minneapolis store owner Erik Hamline was quick to bow to one blogger’s pressure. Did he make the right call? Experts weigh in.

Minnesota Reports 3,300 New Jobs in June, But Will Those Numbers Change?

If accurate, the uptick would mark the first time since February 2018 that the state has gained jobs for four consecutive months.

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