As part of the changes, Dirk McMahon has become CEO of UnitedHealthcare, the company’s platform for health care coverage and benefits services.
Shared office space keeps growing; WeWork opens Monday in North Loop.
The 41-story tower will be tallest residential building in Minneapolis.
Thanks to the gift from philanthropists Penny and Bill George, Mayo Clinic will establish a conceptual health center that takes a more holistic, individualized approach to women’s healthcare. Dr. Stephanie Faubion will head the center.
The company says it’s invested nearly $800 million on various Minnesota housing initiatives over the last decade.
In its fifth and largest funding round yet, the company has raised $13.8 million from 48 investors.
The locally owned salon is taking the former Z. Gallerie space and adding a high-end men's head-to-toe grooming concept.
The new healthcare record-keeping company will be named Datica, and Sansoro’s CEO will lead it out of Minneapolis.
The flaw could make the devices vulnerable to hackers, according to the company.
The program, which was revived by the Minnesota Legislature this year, allows investors to claim a tax credit on investments in startups.
The breach may have exposed personal and health information of staff and residents at some elderly care facilities, though an investigation could not determine specifics.
Relocation of longtime owner prompts sale of downtown institution.
Following its success as a food truck, Jinx Tea introduces first location in Linden Hills with a focus on crafted drinks and "clean" ingredients.
Amazon, Target and eBay have all announced plans for major sales this summer. Beyond some of the obvious reasons, how did they land on July?
A new report quantifies the Twin Cities’ economic progress over the last five years. The upshot? Many millennial-age workers are moving in, but start-up activity lags behind peer regions.
This year’s candidate pool was the most diverse yet; 43 percent of applicants were female and 36 percent were people of color. The semi-finals phase wraps in August, and winners will be declared in October.
In a recent University of St. Thomas survey, homebuilders shared “very pessimistic” views on land costs.
The list compiled employees’ anonymous ratings of their companies’ leaders.
The platform, which allows consumers to divide retail purchases into interest-free installments, is now available outside the U.S. for the first time.
Minneapolis ad agency rolls out a new campaign to hook millennials, Gen Zers.