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Better-than-expected traffic and sales pushed the company to raise its guidance for the upcoming quarter.
The food company gave a four-point plan for improving its sales, which have dropped by $2 billion over its last two fiscal years.
Medical device makers big and small may soon be required to report device malfunctions just four times a year instead of within 30 days of an incident.
Growth in all three of the medtech firm’s business segments has pushed it to expand its operations and staff size.
Sarah Spiegel took over the top position earlier this month.
Bricker replaces Zarir Erani, who was recently ousted by the local carrier’s chairman.
The local gas station chain, according to estimates, may have sold for nearly $2 billion.
The Plymouth medtech company also increased its revenue forecast for its 2017 sales year.
Meanwhile, Brandon Sawalich, the new president of the hearing aid maker, is at the center of a lawsuit with Starkey’s former president.
The Davis family, which owns Sun Country, has asked Zarir Erani to instead work on technology projects at its other businesses, such as Cambria.
Michael Tobak pled guilty to using assets from the business to cover personal expenses and make multi-million dollar investments.
Neither side could agree on the other’s terms for a new contract before the July 5 deadline.
The tiny pacemaker was still in working condition after experiencing the turbulence of a rocket launch and the intense pressure of leaving Earth’s atmosphere.
This slaughterhouse comes to you.
The former auto dealer owner has been in prison since 2010. His sentence is set to end in about one year’s time.
Cost cuts helped the company improve its profit outcome year-over-year, while its sales continued to fall for the eighth quarter in a row.
After raising $35 million in its most recent round, Glooko’s fundraising total has hit $71 million.
The vote to enact the ordinance will take place in July, about two months after Edina passed the same law.
The company, headquartered 30 miles north of Minneapolis, employed 225 people and purchased a majority of its boat building materials from local vendors.
The program is aimed directly at a similar service currently offered around the country by Amazon.
The device is intended to support the lower spine, an area where the Oakdale-based company as of yet did not have a product to offer.
The third-largest U.S. bank by asset-size is selling its commercial insurance arm as part of a reorganization effort following last year’s sales scandal.
The yogurt company, founded in France and operated by General Mills, is introducing an artisanal yogurt to the market.
Denise Daniels is suing the entertainment company for “an amount to be determined at trial.”
The CEO and the head of the company’s animal health business have both announced plans to leave in June.
The health care organization’s venture arm was joined by General Electric Ventures, DFJ and LifeForce Capital in a nearly $14 million round for Vineti.
The medical device company, along with its young project leader, will analyze how the high radiation and low temperatures affect the Micra pacemaker.
The move puts him one step closer to the CEO role. Current 3M CEO Inge Thulin praised Roman for his work leading the company’s largest business group, industrial, which takes in $10 billion annually.
The three-year deal will not only impact the players’ jerseys, but also the concession stands.
The restaurant chain announced it is looking to sell off 83 specific corporate-owned locations.
Tru Shrimp Company recently raised more than $15 million in its effort to create a large-scale “harbor” to raise shrimp.
The outdoor products retailer is looking to sell hundreds of millions of dollars of merchandise.
This was despite the elimination of 7,200 jobs across the state.
The facility, which treats patients deemed by the court as mentally ill and dangerous, is able to fund its recent efforts thanks to legislative support.
Fifty companies in the S&P 500 are keeping nearly $1 trillion outside of the country.
B-Dubs Express will premiere later this summer in Hopkins and Edina.
By combining with its rival, the Eden Prairie-based company’s portfolio size and customer count will more than double.
Parent company KKR looked internally in its hiring of Derick Prelle.
Vice president of the health care organization said it was “no longer feasible” to have certain inpatient services offered in both cities.
The drive clutch in some of the company’s snowmobiles was found to fracture, posing an impact hazard.
With the sale of St. Jude Medical, it seemed likely that the state would have one fewer company among the list of top revenue makers in the U.S.
The facility will also operate as a research center for improving workout routines for people with spinal cord injuries.
It was the neurosurgical technology company’s second-largest equity financing round ever.
Kevin McIntosh, president of Summit Medical, the company with licensing rights to the device, called it a “disruptive technology that is redefining the industry.”
It will take about a year and a half before the new office opens.
During a shareholder meeting, the long-time executive said she would retire before the end of 2017.
The only other company with a larger frozen pizza business in the U.S. is Nestlé, which owns brands such as DiGiorno and Tombstone.
California, despite its high cost of living, took the top spot on the Nurse.org list.
The new capital will go toward a pivotal clinical trial and commercialization efforts in Europe and Australia.
The partnership is starting off with a five-year collaboration agreement with the option to renew for another five years of working together.
Money is no object in a journey to restore the historic saloon.
The mobile department at hundreds of Best Buy stores will get a makeover this summer.
The food company is looking to mentor dairy entrepreneurs on the inner workings of the industry.
However, some analysts were concerned about the medical device company’s earnings expectations for its next fiscal year.
Many hotels and resorts around the state are confident they’ll see rising revenue this summer.
Shares of the electronics retailer had never topped $60, until today.
The new facility will replace an existing plant, part of which will be torn down in early 2019 when the new plant is built.
The medtech company paid for BarioSurg and its Gastric Vest System through a mix of stock and $2 million in cash.
He succeeds Carl Casale, who led the company through record sales and earnings growth.
Terms and conditions of the purchase were not made public.
The medical nonprofit had a 10 percent rise in staffing costs for the January through March period.
The personal aircraft maker is hoping to tap new markets for its innovative jet.
Yet, the unemployment rate remained steady at 3.8 percent.
The hospital has no current plans to develop anything on the land.
UnitedHealthcare gave $120 million to the startup insurer last year in hopes that it would survive.
The facility, which was first expected to open in early 2018, will now be completed later this year.
The last Minnesota company to go public was Tactile Systems Technology. In its IPO, the medical device maker reported net proceeds of $35.8 million.
Less than a year and a half ago, the company raised $25 million from investors.
Eyebobs slapped Snap with a trademark infringement suit late last year.
The heart devices will be the first on the market to offer such a feature.
The medtech company’s flagship product is used to treat extreme bone fractures.
Christopher Barry faces up to two-and-a-half years of imprisonment.
CEO Randall Hogan also announced he would step down from his position and take over as chairman of the electrical business group.
The Finnish company will have spent more than $35 million in the last two years on expansions of its U.S. headquarters.
For more than two decades, the clothing brand has operated online and through the mail but never in a traditional brick-and-mortar format.
Its sales grew by roughly $50 million year-over-year in the three-month period ending March 31.
The long-time employee of the food company will step into his new role on July 1.
The biotech company makes a diagnostic test that uses live tumor cells to determine personalized care plans for patients.
The city hopes the ordinance will curb tobacco usage among its younger residents and set an example for other cities to follow.
New owner Camping World intends to close upwards of 80 stores to maximize profitability.
The bioengineering company has a two-phase fundraising plan on its agenda, which it hopes will bring in about $50 million in new capital.
How a small town created new business activity from entrepreneurial competitions.
Every one of the company’s business units reported year-over-year sales growth.
Steven Babyak won $22.4 million in punitive damages and $2.7 million in general damages.
Altogether, the heart device company has attracted upwards of $100 million in its 18 years of business.
He added that the layoffs were “very unexpected.”
His exit marks the second major executive to leave the food company in several months.
The outdoor products retailer from Utah is said to be looking into the purchase of roughly 130 Gander Mountain locations.
Both its sales and earnings grew by about 4 percent over the year-ago period, beating Wall Street’s estimations.
The restaurant chain responded to criticism it has received from the investment firm Marcato saying it had offered up “no credible plan.”
Starkey’s former chief operating officer was indicted in early March.
All but two of the 31 business leaders chosen by EY were from the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
It’s the lowest rate in 11 months.
The biotech company also added three new board members as two departed.
More than half of its profits were attributable to Optum, its fast-growing health services business.
The buyer, Cardinal Health, will receive ownership of medical products used in “nearly every U.S. hospital.”
The famous bakery is set to open its first Midwest location this summer.
New stores and increased spending on outdoor tile projects contributed to the strong sales growth, the company said.
Brooklyn Park-based Mocon had $63 million in sales last year.
A local lawyer is looking for financial assistance in restoring an almost-demolished limestone saloon from the 1850s.
A conflict with Warner Music Group may mean Universal has limited access to the late artist’s unreleased recordings.
The pawnshop chain owes tens of millions of dollars to creditors, including local TV stations.
The company is planning an $11 million expansion and expects to have 70 employees working by the end of the year.
The paint manufacturer shopped away the business unit in a move to receive regulatory approval for its $11.3 billion merger with Sherwin-Williams.
Grant money will also be used to prevent certain infections, subsequently cutting the number of emergency room visits made to Minnesota hospitals.
Together, the companies’ stake within the wholesale grocery business combines to be nearly $12 billion.
The health care nonprofit will take over the remaining space in Mayo Clinic Square.
Leaders throughout the bank, including former CEO John Stumpf, will have millions in compensation taken back following the release of a report on the account scandal.
The meat market wants to introduce its products into grocery and convenience stores around the country.
The metal products manufacturer expects the $5.2 million relocation will create a demand for 15 additional employees.
If the deal closes, it would be a roughly $1 billion step up from what the business was expected to sell for.
McKesson and Medidata also took part in the funding round, which was announced last August.
Aside from earning Shonin approval for its Diamondback 360 device, the company also closed the sale of its headquarters, entered a loan agreement and had a shareholder lawsuit dismissed.
Industry trends have led many restaurant chains to consolidate. Last week, the owner of Burger King and Tim Hortons purchased Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen for $1 billion.
The property has seen a complete transformation since the start of the decade when it sold for $14 million.
The new company will leverage Walgreens’ and Prime’s combined size and allow for AllianceRx to negotiate for cheaper prescription drugs.
For years, the parent company of Minneapolis-based Sportradar US has provided sports statistics to international gambling operators. A change in U.S. law could result in a significant uptick in the data and security services it provides to national companies.
Ray Kroc/McDonald’s biopic is Twin Cities-centric.
The food industry has been in a consolidation phase over the past several years and some experts believe General Mills may be up for grabs.
The food company followed up its previous record-breaking earnings year with a new best ever.
The Mayo Clinic was the state’s top earning health institution, taking in nearly $10.8 million from medical device makers and others in the field.
Nevertheless, value of the retailer’s stock dropped 10 percent after its quarterly profits did match up to analyst expectations.
Both companies operate within the same industry but have little overlap, Tennant said. Together, their annual revenue exceeds $1 billion.
The company set its sights on digital retailer Amazon after its fourth quarter profits sank by nearly 43 percent year-over-year.
The pharmacy benefits manager opted to remain in Eagan and have a new facility constructed over moving its operations to a new city in the state.
Data compiled by the USDA found fewer farms in Minnesota last year, but the size of the average farm grew by one acre.
The medtech company reported mid-single digit sales growth in all four of its business groups.
To date, the Minneapolis-based watchmaking company has raised well over $330,000 from thousands of backers through Kickstarter.
New research suggests the state leans heavily on immigrants when it comes to growth of the workforce, overall population, and the economy.
Company shares fell as much as 7.5 percent.
The threat of a labor lockout and strike pushed both parties to agree on the addition of paid sick days and pay raises, but a limitation on health care assistance.
The hospital is looking to trim its budget after a loss of more than $20 million last year.
A rapid expansion phase and lack of customer interest is said to have pushed the outdoors retailer into financial trouble.
The retailer said it is taking a “best-practices approach to review [its] strategic options specific to positioning the company for long-term success.”
The purchase will allow Land O’Lakes to take a bigger bite out of the burgeoning natural and specialty cheese market, which had 2015 sales of $17.4 billion in the U.S.
The companies originally partnered in 2014 to commercialize a device used to treat osteoarthritis in dogs and horses.
Timothy Guthman allegedly took advantage of a state law that gave reimbursements to medical professionals for providing services to patients who suffered injuries from a car accident.
The insurance giant could face a penalty of more than $1 billion.
The number of unfilled jobs ticked up 1 percent, with three out of five of those openings in the Twin Cities metro.
The mayor of the Iron Range city said the two parties should “go their own ways” as it moves to evict the movie studio from its basement due to unmet payments.
Ryan Gilbertson’s attorney called the charges “unsupportable” and “meritless.”
The company will soon launch a subsidiary geared toward low-cost carbon fiber production.
The medtech company said the funds would be used for “general corporate purposes.”
Dental workers were some of the earliest adopters of 3D printing technology.
Its ready-to-go meals and yogurt products both recorded double-digit drops in sales.
The manufacturing company’s largest acquisition was in June 2015 when it paid $2.5 billion for a local maker of safety products.
The pet supplies retailer will now have the ability to better compete with Petco, PetSmart and Amazon, all of which offer online ordering and home delivery.
However, the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise interest rates could affect demand in the future.
The federal approvals came from Monday and Tuesday of this week.
The expansion is expected to create the need for 19 new hires.
Both companies worked within the field of IT asset disposal and provide data management solutions.
If confirmed, the German insurance company will own naming rights to seven stadiums on four continents.
The retailer is currently taking bids from potential buyers and plans to announce a deal by early May.
Shares were down 9 percent, largely due to the company’s lower-than-expected fiscal 2017 outlook.
Mayo representatives said the investment would complement the Destination Medical Center in Rochester, which has a construction start of later this year.
Local health care providers also spent millions of dollars on community services, research and staff training programs.
The result was a slight improvement from the company’s average annual loss, which since 2007 has totaled nearly $27 million.
If approved, the new facility is expected to create more than 1,000 jobs—but the city is already struggling to attract workers.
In the latest leadership change at the barbecue restaurant chain, former Dairy Queen executive and Jostens CEO Charles Mooty will take over as Famous Dave’s chairman of the board.
Andrea Walsh, executive vice president of the health care provider, has been picked to take over.
The Minnetonka-based company, known for its Internet of Things and machine-to-machine products, is helping NASA on a two-part mission.
The redevelopment team plans to transform the one-million-square-foot space into a mixed-use development.
The electronics retailer will initiate its next growth strategy phase this year, which aims to improve its multi-channel business and presence in Canada and Mexico.
The new location will replace the health care provider’s North Branch clinic.
An airport pet hotel is one business concept that can’t help but fly.
The Bloomington-based health care provider said the tool would be a first-of-its-kind offering from the large health plan market.
One local startup wants to help rid you
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The Shoreview-based check printing and marketing company plans to buy all RDM common stock at a 14 percent premium.
The offer is said to be worth $590 million. If approved, Delta would have the option to ultimately own 49 percent of Aeroméxico.
Groundbreaking of the Discovery Square sub-district in Rochester is expected to take place in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The rollback is due to “store performance” issues, according to an internal memo sent to affected employees.
The new one-million-square-foot hospital, owned by Sanford Health, will open in late July.
Tom Vanderheyden comes with more than 20 years experience in health care business development, most of which while at UnitedHealth Group.
Cooper passed away from complications related to cancer.
The experiential concept has proven to be a popular choice for friends, family and even as a corporate outing.
A sluggish farming economy has pushed fertilizer prices down over the past several years.
The deal grows Gravie’s customer reach by more than 50 percent.
The medtech company’s sales rose 11 percent year-over-year during the three-month period.
Howard Root, CEO of the medtech company, said the accusations have “no merit and we’ll prove it.”
The unit could sell for as much as $5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
The Minneapolis startup was looking for a $100,000 investment in exchange for 20 percent stake.
It marks the second time Austin-based Hormel has suspended Maschhoffs for animal cruelty claims in the last year.
Although the humble Minnesotan may be reluctant to admit it, Bravis’ contributions helped save thousands of lives and launch the largest medtech company in the world.
After last year, Lakeville continued to be the most active city for new housing permits in the metro area.
Meanwhile, medtech competitors Boston Scientific and St. Jude Medical are awaiting FDA approval for their leadless pacemaker models.
Per the deal, Textron will also assume the Minneapolis-based recreational vehicle manufacturer’s debt.
The medtech company has long struggled to escape from the red, but was able to do so due to considerable reductions in operating expenses.
The local startup created a device used to make people aware of and stop their nervous habits, like nail biting.
It’s the latest fundraising effort from a company that has struggled to turn a profit.
The Minneapolis police officer was embroiled in a fraud scandal at a nonprofit that his father led.
The industrial supplies manufacturer edged past Wall Street expectations, beating earnings per share estimates by a penny.
Both sides return to the negotiation table Tuesday in hopes of landing a contract agreement before it expires next week.
Seven out of the state’s 11 job sectors reported increases in employment.
A new report finds that more than one out of every three cigarettes smoked in Minnesota in 2014 was trafficked in from across state lines.
Her departure aligns with the company’s 20th anniversary.
During the final three months of last year, the health insurer’s profits rose 56 percent to $1.9 billion, compared with $1.2 billion during the year-ago quarter.
After a decade at the helm of one of the country’s largest banks, Davis said he would depart for a “yet-to-be determined service mission in the future.”
Doug Hile, CEO of the Chaska-based financial institution, has said the claims have “absolutely no basis in fact.”
Expect to pay $1 more to park and $1 more to walk through the gates at this year’s State Fair.
Using the newly acquired funds, the Stillwater startup will introduce its flagship product to the FDA for approval.
Court filings indicate Joseph Leon Edminster stole more than 2,700 black spruce tree tops, worth nearly $25,000.
DiSantis will take over the paper company on February 1.
The company produces earplugs that protect your ears at live events without sacrificing the sound quality.
Abednego ran a $40-million-a-year business within the auto industry serving companies like Kia, Hyundai, Volkswagen, Chrysler and more.
Comerica Bank & Trust has been named the new special administrator of Prince's estate, replacing St. Paul-based Bremer Trust.
It is said to be the largest prospective study of personalized medicine for the treatment of high blood pressure ever conducted.
The medtech company said it already has a security patch to fix the issue.
Many of the food company’s new items were under its organic Lärabar and Annie’s brands, which have flourished as of late, and its Yoplait brand, which has struggled.
More than 100,000 Minnesotans have signed up for private health plans through the state-run agency.
The health insurance giant’s fast-growing Optum division plans to merge Surgical Care Affiliates with its own urgent care delivery services unit, OptumCare.
With over 70 patents to his name, Kruger’s contributions to 3M helped spur over $1 billion in new product sales.
CEO Scott Wine said the 18-year-old subsidiary’s sales peaked in 2012 and had been eating money ever since.
The former CEO of Canadian Tire and Supervalu will take over as interim CEO.
Construction will begin in the spring and will take roughly a year and a half to complete.
The Duluth aircraft company’s new planes include an improved flight deck and lighting system.
More than 1,200 of the schools’ criminal justice students will have the option to receive repayment for tuition, student loans, books, and other fees.
The 2.3 percent tax placed on medical device sales was said to be harmful to medtech innovators, of which many are located throughout Minnesota.
The northern Minnesota hospital is roughly 36 miles from Fairview’s other Iron Range medical center in Hibbing.
The disparity between the bank and its competition is likely to draw the attention of consumer banking regulators.
One of the natural stone tile retailer’s new stores is in the untapped Washington D.C. market.
The number of building permits issued was up 11 percent over last year.
However, the companies will have to sell off some of their assets in order to maintain compliance with the FTC’s open competition guidelines.
The experimental retail concept has helped bring popular, new tech products to Target stores during the holiday season.
The company, which makes obesity treatment devices, has struggled to regain compliance with the NASDAQ exchange after shares dropped below the $1 requirement in March.
CEO Terry Mackenthun talks about the brand's storied history, the holiday shopping surge and plans for new product lines in 2017.
The building is expected to include 347 residential units and 21,000 square-feet of retail and office space.
Last month, the number of closing sales rose by more than 25 percent, the largest year-over-year increase in any month since February 2012. Pending sales were also up 9 percent.
Today’s lawsuit marks the second major lawsuit Attorney General Lori Swanson has filed in a week. Last Thursday, Swanson announced she was suing automaker Volkswagen.
The hospital system is hoping to balance its budget after facing a more than $20.3 million loss this year and potentially a nearly $24 million loss in 2017.
Researchers believe the study opens doors to treating millions of people in the world who are paralyzed or suffering from neurodegenerative diseases.
A day after the deal’s closing, the medical device company also announced it was countersuing another medical device company over patent infringement.
The manufacturing company reported flat or negative sales year-over-year during every quarter in 2016.
The sports data company claims the program to be “the industry’s first free data program” that is aimed at early-stage startups.
It is by far the manufacturing company’s biggest sale of the year, after having made a number of deals to part ways with certain “non-core” business units.
Two Minneapolis officials believe the city shouldn’t be involved with financial institutions that have a vested interest in the fossil fuel industry.
The state’s suit involves more than 11,500 diesel vehicles that were sold or leased in Minnesota from 2008 to 2015.
A lack of snowfall provided a substantial push to the company’s sales of professional lawn maintenance equipment and products.
The move brings developer close to parent Pohlad Companies.
Customer demand pushed the need for more workers, which is likely to cause more demand for housing in the area—an issue that continues to challenge Shakopee.
Medtech giant Medtronic has spent much of 2016 partnering with technology companies in the name of diabetes care management.
The company made significant efforts in the past several years to become “leaner and better positioned to allocate resources to its most promising opportunities.”
As exports to Canada and Mexico decline, Minnesota businesses are looking to Asia, Europe and Africa to buy more. However, Trump’s vow to “rip up” existing international trade deals could deal a blow to the state’s export industry in 2017.
Together, the schools were awarded about $54 million from the U.S. Department of Education for the 2014-2015 school year.
The Minneapolis arm of the global sports data company will now be able to use Associated Press premium content in the products it sells to clients.
Howard Root, founder and CEO of Vascular Solutions, said the decision to sell was due to the threat of being sued again, or even jailed, for “off-label” promotions made by his subordinates.
The announcement of job cuts follows a string of expansion projects the hospital has taken on over the past couple years.
Approximately $3.45 billion was spent across the country on Cyber Monday, the largest amount in the history of the online sales day.
The health insurance company’s stock has risen more than 41 percent in the last 12 months.
It’s the medtech company’s first foray into the United States with its services and solutions business, which already serves over 100 hospitals throughout the world.
How the deal will affect more than 1,700 employees in Minnesota and Wisconsin remains unclear.
Among the group of five partners are three Minnesota-based companies: U.S. Bank, Federated Insurance and Treasure Island Resort & Casino.
The Mall of America recorded its highest single-day traffic draw in its 24-year history, while big box and local retailers throughout Minnesota reported strong sales increases.
Minnesota’s premier roller derby league sees value in its players beyond the flat track
From being the top turkey producing state to housing the companies that supply and distribute most of what’s on the table, Minnesota plays a large part in the Thanksgiving process.
Sales of drug-eluting stents, insulin pumps and other products didn’t grow at the pace Medtronic expected, sending the company’s revenue below its own expectations.
The medical devices manufacturer previously said it would detail its integration plan for EndoChoice’s product line, but elected to push back that announcement to the end of the year.
The two deals now bring the sports technology company’s annual acquisition total up to four.
The company uses a unique thermoplastic (made from recycled garbage) to manufacture building materials.
Rochester earned the top spot for narrowing the pay gap between men and women and maintaining a low unemployment rate among its women residents.
The food co-op hopes the open design spaces within its new facility will help improve collaboration between its different businesses.
Online sales rose 24 percent year-over-year and helped push Best Buy’s profit in the third quarter up 55 percent.
Minnesota has struggled to create jobs since the start of summer. Meanwhile, the nation is catching up to the state’s long-held unemployment rate lead.
Foot traffic fell 1.2 percent for the retailer, although CEO Brian Cornell called the result a “meaningful improvement.”
The gene-editing company also signed Capitol Peak Asset Management to be its advisor on all future capitalization and strategic transactions.
The company’s flagship Diamondback 360 coronary device is expected to receive Shonin approval, which, if it does, will mark Cardiovascular Systems’ first step into an international market.
The medical device company also added two new board members, one of which is Marilyn Carlson Nelson, the former CEO of hospitality company Carlson.
Most of the shopping is expected to occur at shopping malls and downtown stores, although respondents are increasingly turning to online retailers for their gift buying.
In the market’s current state, the number of active properties would hit zero in 10 weeks if no other homes were put up for sale.
Two of the three new tour experiences will be exclusive for VIP ticket purchasers, which currently run at $100 a piece.
The telecommunications company urged veterans to consider applying for the job openings.
The multiyear project is expected to create 50 jobs at the ammunition company’s production plant.
The hospital system has adopted a number of different names since its founding in 1887 as Minneapolis City Hospital.
Best Buy looks to edge out Target by opening its doors one hour earlier on Black Friday, whereas Target is focusing on deals and running multiple promotions throughout the month.
Senese comes with more than two decades of experience in higher education, teaching at Minnesota-based institutions such as St. Olaf College and the University of Minnesota.
The telemedicine company hopes Brown can help expand its platform into new, untapped markets.
The sleep apnea specialist is looking to raise a total of $37.5 million in its latest investment round.
The carrier responded by saying it “supports the American political process” and that its hangar is open to candidates of any political point of view.
The answer: Maybe all of them. But, Minnesota’s manufacturing industry in particular could be hit the hardest depending on how Trump alters international trade deals.
Companies were graded on their commitment toward diversifying its board of directors, employee base, senior management and supplier pools.
The food company has shaken up its manufacturing operations on four continents in the past several months.
The products manufactured by Regnerbau Calw GmbH will complement Toro’s current product line of sprinklers and equipment for sports fields and agricultural applications.
Prince’s estate will maintain ownership rights for the recordings, leaving Universal with the right to assemble and repackage the music for sale.
Michael Lindell, CEO of the pillow company, said he “decided to pay out rather than pay millions to prove our innocence.”
Brand-name drugs have been found to cost as much as 90 percent more than generic medicines.
The issue of “overinfusion” with the medtech company’s SynchroMed II pump also led to more than 100 adverse events in other patients.
The taste and nutrition company is one of the largest in the world, with operations on six continents and a staff of 23,000 employees.
A number of the roughly 250,000 Minnesotans that will need to buy health insurance voiced frustration over the technical difficulties they experienced.
The educational institution claims both medtech companies knowingly cited the patents in question when creating heart devices it sells today.
Dale Klapmeier, the CEO and founder of Cirrus, called the jet’s certification not only “amazing and impactful” for the company, but for “the entire aviation and aerospace industry” as well.
U.S. Bancorp CEO Richard Davis called Klingel “a gifted and generous leader,” as well as a “passionate advocate for so many important initiatives in our community.”
Life Time Fitness threw an alley-oop to a local startup and created a national basketball craze.
A board managing the development efforts of the Destination Medical Center project said it was also considering the construction of a “city loop,” or rail system for downtown Rochester.
Hereford will assume his leadership role at the Minneapolis-based nonprofit on December 12.
Approximately 465 permits were pulled this month—over 100 more than a year ago.
The industrial supplies manufacturer was the only Minnesota-based company to make the list.
Mayo Clinic led the state in its ability to prevent deaths from heart attacks, heart failure and pneumonia.
The company said the device is the first of its kind to combine titanium, polyether ether ketone and graft containment mesh elements in its design.
Revenue was up 11 percent and earnings rose 13 percent in a strong quarter report for the medical device company.
The retailer said it would be extending its free shipping timeline from December 25 to January 1.
Same-store sales growth was strong (up 5.7 percent) for the quarter, although below last year’s result of a 9.7 percent increase.
Four out of five of the company’s sales divisions topped last year’s results, while its electronics and energy division continued on its nearly two-year slump.
The Chanhassen City Council gave unanimous approval to rezone Prince’s home, which can now be used as a recording studio, hotel, office and event center, as well.
This marks the first partnership the basketball organizations have made with a Chinese business since Lizhang Jiang became a minority stakeholder in the summer.
The cereals will be based on Thin Mints and Caramel Crunch (or Samoa) cookies.
The exhibit will include branded merchandise and is expected to draw an international audience.
Designers small and large have partnered with Target for years for its spring collection series, which has proven to be popular among shoppers.
Employers added 1,900 jobs and six out of the state’s 11 industries reported increased employment figures.
Haug helped found the brewery and spent a decade with the organization.
News of Stumpf’s exit comes shortly after his resignation from Wells Fargo over the bank’s fraudulent account scandal.
Christopher Jones, who is still dealing with complications from the airborne disease, is seeking $50,000 in damages from the Hopkins juice manufacturer.
However, this was undercut by new claims from research firm Muddy Waters that additional St. Jude products were vulnerable to hacking.
The early-stage investment has so far raised $20 million of a $30 million funding round, which it plans to distribute to promising tech entrepreneurs.
UnitedHealth expects its sales and profit growth to continue into its final quarter as it downsizes its Obamacare plan offerings to three states.
A recent report found that take-home pharmaceuticals experienced the sharpest price increase with a 9.3 percent year-over-year rise.
Investment firm Onex Corporation appears to be purchasing Save-A-Lot for a bargain as it was previously valued at $1.8 billion.
After studying how customers used its product, St. Louis Park-based Joia took that information and developed a new product that’s attracting deals with the Target Center and even a Vegas hotel chain.
Chamber president Doug Loon said lawmakers should not be “imposing a straightjacket with one-size-fits-all mandates.”
It’s uncertain how much music is contained within the vault, but those close to Prince believe the number of unreleased tracks to be in the thousands.
Sloan will be taking over the nation’s largest bank amid a storm of controversy, although his 29 years there was spent largely removed from the scandal events.
The off-road vehicles company hopes its purchase of Transamerican Auto Parts will gain it market share in a more than $10 billion a year Jeep and truck accessory market.
Recent findings from the Twin Cities campus and the University of Toronto show how targeting specific cells could reveal better treatment plans for a number of deadly diseases.
The money will fund research that could potentially improve individualized medicine practices and allow physicians to better select drugs tailored to a patient’s unique tumor.
The health tech platform will uses population-level clinical data to provide caregivers with solutions to trim costs and impact efficiency and quality of care.
Terms of the three-year contract include compensation toward health care-related costs, a 2 percent annual wage increase and all-day security protection in emergency rooms.
Both businesses work to reduce costs and control efficiency of a worker’s return to their job after a time of injury.
Local business owners expressed concern over topics ranging from energy costs to the challenge of finding skilled workers.
Aaron Epstein purchased a $4,500 ad in the Star Tribune in hopes of inciting a call for resignation of John Stumpf from Target’s board of directors.
The gene editing company is known for its proprietary pig models, which are used in treatment studies for cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other conditions.
Figures updated at the end of September show two banks with significant Minnesota operations hold top spots on a national list.
This is the medical device maker’s second major recall this year.
Once completed, Douglas County Hospital will have more than 33,000 square-feet of newly created or revamped space in its surgery center.
This marks the healthy snack company’s second successful funding round after its 2014 Kickstarter campaign drew in over $42,000.
David MacLennan, CEO of the food company, said restructuring moves over the last two years played a major role in its first quarter results.
A majority of nurses felt the latest contract offer from Allina “took away more from nurses than it offered.”
Big data and pro sports are now one, and a Minneapolis company controls much of the supply.
The small Minneapolis firm was named the 2016 Small Agency of the Year.
According to early production estimates, it could, so long as HBO green lights the show and keeps the production in Minnesota.
The medtech company will buy EndoChoice for $8 a share, a roughly 90 percent premium from the gastroenterology company’s Monday close of $4.22 a share.
The 22 solar garden installations, once completed next year, will bring an additional 140 megawatts of power to the state.
Some hotels near Chaska, where the golf event is being held, are said to have quadrupled their rates.
Scott Burns, the CEO of GovDelivery, is expected to remain at his post following the deal’s closing.
In a message to innovators, Best Buy writes on its Ignite page: “Your product vision could be the spark of genius we’re looking for.”
The company will take home $80,000 in seed capital.
The university was named a Udall Center of Excellence in Parkinson’s Disease Research, and also earned the right to open a prestigious Udall Center on its campus.
After inking a purported $250 million deal, the sports data company now holds official partnerships with three of the four major U.S. leagues.
Cereals without artificial flavors or colors proved to be popular, the company said, although its falling yogurt sales offset most of those gains.
Irene Waldridge began work on her latest business, Eva Medtec, in 2012, shortly after leaving her role as Tactile Medical’s vice president and chief technologist.
The company is still looking for market approval of its Lotus Edge Valve System in the U.S. and Japan.
The company’s CEO said its device is the “most accurate head sensor product on the market” compared to the competition, which places sensors on the skin or inside the helmet.
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.”
The president of Pharmgate said its purchase of ProtaTek would likely improve its international sales, particularly in China.
State officials hope the funding will help provide training and employment outreach to those with disability issues.
Both companies have been working within the Minnesota business scene since the early 1980s.
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.
The health system found that Zika ranks low on people’s list of concerns.
The stock exchange told Cogentix in July that it would be removed from its listing after the company’s board did not meet its standards.
Minnesota medtech startups could benefit from the company’s laser technology, which helps cut and produce early drafts of medical products.
The minerals company claims government figures are refusing to give it automatic renewal of the right to mine in an area near the Boundary Waters.
The food company is encouraging workers from the New Jersey plant to consider applying for work at its new Progresso facilities in Missouri, a spokeswoman said.
The company said it instead wanted to focus on its core adhesives, sealants and tapes businesses.
The winner will be selected in Rochester on September 15.
After closing at $5.47 on Monday, Supervalu shares have dropped to as low as $4.94 on Tuesday.
The money will leave the urology company debt-free and provide board member Lewis Pell with enough stock to assume 33 percent ownership.
The medtech company will receive the state funds once it has accomplished its promise to create 120 new jobs at the site.
The company hopes the semantic coding specialist will help push its electronic health records system to market in other countries.
Some lodging businesses remain confident that tourism numbers will remain strong through the fall.
Construction on the six-block research, education, commercial and product development space is set to start in late 2017.
The final eight companies will move on for the chance to win $50,000 in seed capital.
Walking meetings win out over bizarre treadmill confabs.
The school claimed Gilead Sciences used a drug it developed to create and heavily profit off of Hepatitis C medications.
The deal could see the fluid management company expanding its product sales to government organizations, including contracts with budgets totaling $33 billion.
Both individuals are more than 20-year veterans of General Mills.
Prime’s CEO said the partnership could allow it to slow down “this run-away freight train of rising drug costs.”
All but one of the state’s industries experienced gains in employment or level employment compared to the previous month.
The additional plant will also allow the company to boost its staff size by more than 40 percent.
This company also recently completed its acquisition of HeartWare.
The bioengineering company is looking to raise about $3.7 million, according to a recent SEC filing.
The med-tech company expected to complete the deal in late October.
The sports data company will play the role of watchdog for the NHL as it looks for atypical bets being placed on regular-season and postseason games.
The retailer outpaced local competitor Target in many categories, most notably growth in comparable store and online sales.
The company now partners with 15 agencies. The type of service each agency provides differs, but its list of partners include MentorMate and the Medical Alley Association.
The price of its stock has risen by more than $22—or 33 percent—in the last year, making the current $94 stock price too expensive for some small investors.
A research institute from St. Paul found that 19 percent of all mental health bed days spent in some care centers across Minnesota were “potentially avoidable.”
The retailer saw a drop in profit, revenue and same-store sales. Its online departments also had disappointing growth as its web sales moved forward at nearly half the pace from a year ago.
Scott Ward, a nearly three decade veteran of Medtronic, will assume the top leadership role after serving as the interim CEO position for nine months.
The latest payment from the med-tech company stems from a multi-part agreement that could net Medtronic a significant controlling stake in the Israel company.
The company wrapped an extension financing round that came in addition to a $27.2 million round from last year.
Alongside its new product launch, the local gym is aiming to create a digital fitness program in the same vein as P90X and Insanity.
The co-op’s CEO previously stated that “Africa will be everyone’s great growth market” in the future.
An experiment funded by 3M found that visual hackers were able to simply observe, photograph or steal sensitive materials from a worker’s desk 91 percent of the time.
The new test focuses on a type of molecule in the blood stream that is heavily linked to cardiovascular disease processes.
Minnesota researchers followed the sale of CPAP devices on Craigslist and found that although the secondhand options were cheaper, they were also less effective.
The food giant also described how it plans to potentially distribute stock once Save-A-Lot goes public.
The med-tech company will use the money to complete its final U.S. study and expand its global commercial activities.
“The notion that we can’t tweet or do a social post congratulating a Minnesota athlete…was too much to take,” the company’s co-owner said.
For the first half of 2016, Stratasys has reported a net loss of $41.8 million, far less than the nearly $240 million loss it had endured during the first half of last year.
Severance costs and other payments set the medtech company back more than $2.1 million in its second quarter.
“To be recognized as the very best from among hundreds of submissions is a strong testament to our business model, talented team and wonderful clients,” the agency’s CEO said.
The food co-op’s sales for the quarter also rose by $100 million.
Ten other Minnesota hospitals also earned honors for having “nationally ranked” specialties or for being “high performing” in the care of certain conditions.
Anytime Fitness wants its logo permanently on your body.
It is the largest-ever donation to the philosophy department’s history.
The online retailer will make the beer run for you.
Asian and white Minnesotans were also found to be 15 percent more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree or higher than American Indians and African Americans.
The deal will allow the UnitedHealth Group subsidiary to enter Colorado’s Medicaid market.
The medtech company will grow its neuromodulation portfolio with products that treat chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease and other conditions.
Health care price availability is becoming more important with rising costs and the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Construction of the expansion project is slated to begin in spring 2017.
The company reported sales decreased in two of its five sales divisions, with electronics and energy slipping the most.
If your place of business has been affected by a severe storm or disaster, it’s important to formulate a plan before and after the event occurs.
The show, which adds commentary over B-movies, managed to raise $6.3 million from 47,000 backers to produce a new season.
So far this year, the nation has outpaced Minnesota in job creation by a sizable margin.
The only facility sold by the company will still result in a loss. The other plants will bring about charges related to severance payments and asset write-offs.
The space aims to encourage further collaboration between the company’s design team and other departments such as research and development.
The controversy revolved around the med-tech company’s 2006 purchase of cardiovascular device maker Guidant.
Med-tech veteran takes helm, while reason for John Schellhorn's exit from the private med-tech company remain unclear.
The tile and supplies retailer also released a new design app aimed at bolstering consumer confidence in their purchases.
Median sales prices for homes in the metro area reached $242,000 in June — a record that was driven largely by low supply and high demand in the market.
But the company thinks the space will be too small by next year.
The drug company will use the money to conduct clinical trials to prove the effectiveness of its flagship product, DM199.
Stock replaces former CEO Madhu Vuppuluri, who has been repositioned within the capital management division of Essar Steel Minnesota’s parent company.
Don Liu, 55, will replace Tim Baer, a longtime legal head at Target.
The company said it would place the grocery locations under its Shop ‘N Save banner and look to sell the stores to wholesale customers.
Rehabilitation times have been significantly shortened as patients have been able to regain muscle in a more free-flowing and buoyant environment.
The winner will also receive a $50,000 cash prize and be deemed an “entrepreneur in residence” at Mayo’s Rochester campus.
The state took a hit for being high-tax, high-wage and union-friendly.
The food company has been using a more direct-to-consumer approach to bring its products to store shelves in less than half the usual time.
Investors filed the lawsuit back in 2012 following a number of difficulties involving the company’s defibrillator wire products.
Several noteworthy art shows and centennial celebrations helped the museum attract more visitors than ever before.
Japan is currently the world’s second-largest coronary market.
The facilities, five of which are located in Minnesota, produced annual revenues of more than $150 million.
Both medical institutions offer aromatherapy products that are cheaper than most medications and, in some instances, are just as effective.
An estimated 23,000 Americans die each year due to bacteria that has become resistant to antibiotics.
An estimated 110 jobs will be created following the completion of the project.
There have been reported cases in the state from tainted flour.
The 32 year-old private company promoted Kristen Knox, its chief operating officer.
Flag sales for this Lake Elmo company grow nearly 25 times the usual rate around patriotic holidays.
Investors claim Seppala and two other men stole more than $12 million in funds intended for various film projects.
Following the announcement, the med-tech company’s shares fell as much as 5 percent from its $17.77 close on Tuesday.
Jordan Davis faces up to 20 years in prison after a federal jury found him guilty of conspiring with his father to steal taxpayer dollars.
This marks the second occurrence this month where millennials have highlighted Minnesota for being home to highly desirable employers.
The northern brewing company could more than double its workforce given size of its new office space.
The company is hoping to bring its person-to-pet video chatting platform to the health care market.
The company’s purchase of HeartWare is an attempt to gain market share in an $800 million heart failure device market.
Two partners at Faegre Baker Daniels’ London office discuss the intricacies of Brexit and why Minnesotans should be paying attention.
Jeffrey Harmening, who has worked his entire career at the food company, may be next in line to take over as CEO.
Mayo Clinic ranked as the runner-up on the national list.
The health organization hopes its latest collaboration will lead to more website traffic and a higher level of brand awareness.
The medical device company also has another $25 million in the pipeline pending “the company’s achievement of a certain milestone.”
News of the move to the federal level surprised even the Minnesota district court judge overseeing the cases.
Duluth resident Nick Turinetti talks about how his team is building a dinosaur video game that’s more accurate than Jurassic Park.
A Land O’Lakes subsidiary will have its plant breeding operations bolstered following the completion of the deal.
The trial for his son Jordan Davis is still set to take place at the start of next week.
Victims were promised a slice of a new Hmong homeland in exchange for payments of up to $5,000.
The medical marijuana company will soon have operations in half of the state’s designated cannabis patient centers.
The addition of this testing method will shape future studies and could help doctors predict a patient’s chance of suffering from chronic disease.
Sellers continue to control the market as buyers grapple with a dwindling supply of homes.
State lawmakers finally revealed the identity of the home siding company after securing a deal to have a $440 million plant constructed in Hoyt Lakes.
Entrepreneurs from Minnesota took home eight out of nine awards handed out Thursday evening at EY’s Upper Midwest ceremony.
Prosecutors call Randy Miland a “serial fraudster” as this is his third such run-in with the law over defrauding investors.
Sportradar believes it can provide America’s largest media outlets with “next-gen data” that would cater to the age of big data.
Construction will begin next year on the facilities that Mayo said are only a fraction of its Destination Medical Center expansion plans.
Feedback from some of its testers ultimately steered the company away from using a cartoon mascot for the brand.
UnitedHealth was named one of the largest corporations in the U.S., as were 16 other Minnesota companies.
The company’s purchase of Five Star Custom Foods will see it re-entering a segment of the protein industry that it has largely shifted out of.
The company has already begun to make strategic partnerships in the area, specifically to help combat Singapore’s “war on diabetes.”
The transition comes at a crossroads for the 3D printing industry.
Following some underwhelming fourth quarter performances by its spine and neuromodulation businesses, the group will take on a “speed to scale initiative.”
The med-tech company’s purchase of Covidien last year churned out a massive year-over-year revenue increase of 42 percent.
Data shows there is one boat in Minnesota for every 2.8 households.
How one business hopes to morph Minnesota passive-aggressiveness into a destructive business.
Separately, the state’s Film and TV Board is set to have its budget quadrupled pending Governor Dayton’s approval.
The med-tech company now has an upgraded glucose monitoring system and related app in development.
A former employee at the med-tech company was allegedly let go after reporting violations of company policies and state and federal laws.
The retailer also announced one of its top executives would be leaving the company in June.
The health care organization is taking a similar approach to its Ireland outreach to accelerate innovation in a thriving industry overseas.
Squishy Circuits is taking a whimsical twist in teaching today’s youth about electrical circuits.
The food company’s New Ulm plant is currently the third-largest employer in the city.
The bioengineering company also added six new board members, some of whom worked at Medtronic and St. Jude Medical.
Equals 3 said Lucy grows with its user, creating a “man-machine symbiosis” that can help marketers solve complex problems.
The money was used to open a pub near the Twins stadium, among other things.
The Dublin-based med-tech company will also retain most employees.
The Dublin-based med-tech company is currently the largest player in the equipment market for spinal conditions.
Dental professionals are claiming the failure rate of 3M’s Lava Ultimate product have led to significant costs that they have not been able to recoup.
With Spinning Man set to shoot starting June 8, the state could see an economic boost as local talent is utilized in the film’s production.
A shareholder is suing the company for compensation on claims that executives devalued CSI’s stock value by 70 percent.
The vessel’s designers were able to cut costs and shorten the build time using 3D-printed parts.
The city estimates it will save $28,000 this year on electricity through the agreement.
The charges follow an investigation performed by the U.S. Coast Guard last winter.
The multi-year suit ended in Medtronic’s favor, despite the company’s track record of not always prevailing in lengthy patent battles.
Companies looking to expand into and throughout Minnesota will have access to more than $1 billion of federal economic development assistance.
Previous collaborations inspired parent company Allina to merge the two Anoka County medical centers.
The 3D printer manufacturer’s swing toward the positive may not continue into the second quarter following recent changes at subsidiary MakerBot.
DEED will be providing the company with partial funding for their expansion project.
The availability of summer jobs is leading more 16 to 19 year-olds to find employment.
The company is trying to shed about 1 million square feet of space.
News that Dublin-based Medtronic was chosen as the preferred provider upset other pump makers who said the systems “are not one-size fits all solutions.”
The former Minneapolis mayor previously worked with the organization during his time in office.
One patient from Apple Valley credits her participation in the early stage study for her prolonged life.
Three of the medical device maker’s latest innovations were given the thumbs up from the FDA.
Meanwhile, state officials are also debating how much to spend on transportation repairs and construction.
An Eden Prairie company wants to make your final resting spot more creative.
Spending on new home construction and upgrades is at a record high compared to recent first quarters.
St. Jude stock soared to its highest price in history.
A strategic acquisition and successful product launches propelled the company’s revenues.
The medical organization’s CEO said its new clinic would offer both general care services and “several sought-after specialties.”
Foreign currency translations continued to negatively affect the multinational manufacturing company.
The desktop 3D printer manufacturer is closing down its sole U.S. facility.
Food trucks are likely to get the OK to park on public property in Rochester, although the spaces will be zoned off and come with sizable fees.
The hospital once successfully treated his son Duffy after a brain injury playing hockey.
The state is seeing one of largest solar expansions in the country.
A spokesperson for the state department said it is possible a multi-state criminal ring installed the devices.
Yet the powersports vehicle maker said its motorcycle division posted strong sales growth.
The device is coupled with a smartphone app and can provide feedback for both patients and health care providers.
Dr. Jonathan Morris, co-director of Mayo’s 3D printing lab, discusses how additive manufacturing is changing the way the health system approaches complex surgical procedures.
Both the retailer’s profits and sales experienced double digit growth.
The music application and device creator, Zivix, is utilizing crowdfunding to push its products online and onto physical retail shelves.
The discount retailer has used its annual designer collaborations to generate buzz and attract wealthier customers to its cheap-chic appeal.
Realtor Cotty Lowry said open house turnout has been the strongest he’s ever seen.
Peter Nelson of the Center for the American Experiment spoke to the state’s legislative body and believes change could happen, but maybe not this year.
Since the U.S. Congress suspended the 2.3 percent tax in December, medical tech companies have been making the most of the situation.
The medical device maker from Plymouth hopes to develop a treatment plan for 1 million epileptic Americans with no other medical options.
The medical biotech startup from Maple Grove amassed a total of $8 million over the last two years.
The company’s news station in Washington, D.C. made more last year than other news and music stations from Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago.
Both breweries produce more than 130,000 barrels of beer annually.
The world’s smallest pacemaker is officially on doctors’ shelves.
The medical device maker has been regularly accused of dodging U.S. taxes by shifting its corporate headquarters to Dublin.
The company’s next-generation Watchman device has led to six cases of heart blockages, one of which resulted in death.
Competition is nipping at the company’s heels while the company faces legal troubles.
The health information technology company has rapidly expanded its operations, staff and services in less than two years.
Has PetChatz’s bite measured up to its bark?
The company expects to pay $12.5 million in one-time charges for the quarter after reducing staff and settling a lawsuit.
The Twin Cities fraudster and former auto mogul had his sentenced shortened for undisclosed reasons.
The company has consistently produced more new products or patents in the oral care industry than any other company for upwards of a decade.
Retiring Baby Boomers and a lack of qualified workers in and outside of the U.S. are creating a tsunami of unfilled positions throughout Minnesota's surging health tech industry.
The grocery retailer said it would sell 100 percent cage-free eggs by 2025.
The company also reaffirmed its 2016 full-year expectations of steady sales and earnings growth.
The tech company behind 3D-printed urns is gaining traction within an industry long dominated by tradition.
The food producer will take part in judging and mentoring startups.
3D printing rocket components have proven to make the aircrafts lighter, more cost efficient and easier to construct.
The program, which starts this June, drew in applications from 32 states and 45 countries.
The medical organization said the closure resulted from a disagreement with the property owner of its Massachusetts facility.
A spokesperson for Medtronic said there was no immediate impact to its workforce of roughly 1,700 employees at the Colorado facility.
A recent report said the state’s clean energy workforce is expected to grow by 4.4 percent over the next 12 months.
The company is accused of providing kickbacks to physicians and running an off-label marketing scheme to fuel sales.
The largest statewide competition of its kind is back for its twelfth year with more prize money than ever before.
The coffee startup aims to be a healthier alternative to energy drinks and carbonated beverages, while supplying a natural energy boost for work and workouts.
The restaurant aims to highlight independent breweries that are “as local as possible.”
Despite considerable increases in the tech workforce, Minnesota businesses are finding that many positions remain open.
The Minnesota Department of Health found that nearly one out of every eight low-income, working-age Minnesotans is diabetic.
After California’s recent push to ban tobacco sales to those under 21 years of age, a local organization hopes to make similar strides in Minnesota.
The state’s outreach efforts to Vietnam date back to 1986.
Brad Anderson, who took over the company from founder Richard Schulze in 2002, said he would leave the board after its annual shareholder meeting in June.
The company said it plans to grow its staff by 30 percent this year.
Sales rose nearly 7 percent despite a roughly 20 percent drop in active properties.
The criminal complaint alleges a former worker at Reliable Medical Supply Co. wrote checks to herself and forged the CEO’s signature.
A number of 3M scientists believe the new workspace could bring about collaborations that weren’t possible in its older, more spread out facilities.
The Department of Commerce said its annual gas pump inspections would now include searching for signs of tampering near card readers.
The food producer is bumping up its 2020 target for doubling organic acreage sourcing by one year.
The clinic will stick to treating minor health issues like sore throats, sinus infections and the flu.
Telemedicine providers hope state and national lawmakers will introduce legislature to regulate service costs industry-wide.
Researchers with the medical institution hope to reverse engineer a vaccine that will be inexpensive and easy to produce.
The co-owner of Honda Electric admitted to falsifying government forms and even paid one of her employee’s $17 an hour instead of the $58.50 an hour he was owed.
The company’s CEO allegedly told his hiring officials that “women in sales is a 100 percent fail.”
Increased customer demand fueled the company’s need to open a new facility in Duluth.
Both were chosen for offering unusual on-site perks and benefits.
The Stillwater man admitted to stealing more than $2.5 million from clients and using the money to pay personal expenses.
The bold patterns and colors of Marimekko will be featured in Target stores on a number of items, such as paddle boards, dinnerware and bocce ball sets.
Calyxt also plans to nearly triple its staff in three year’s time.
The $4.6 million grant will help expand the oral health clinic to include more treatment spaces, a lab and a satellite dental room.
The home and outdoor goods retailer’s new CEO previously held an executive role with a different Minnesota company, Supervalu.
The company reported a 61 percent rise in revenue compared to its year-ago results without Covidien.
In 2015, the institution returned back the operating margin of 5 percent that it typically targets.
The startup behind a communication platform between pets and their owners is competing for a piece of the $60 billion pet market in the U.S.
The number of permitted multifamily and single-family units being built around the metro declined dramatically in February.
The electronics retailer reported an 8 percent drop in profits and 4 percent drop in revenue during its fourth quarter.
Four Daughters was featured at Sundance.
The funds will be divided across 19 different projects in the region.
Despite some hiccups on its website during prominent shopping periods, the retailer reported its best fourth quarter online sales to date.
The company was hit by currency fluctuations and costs involved with moving its Venezuelan operations.
The company has experienced strong same-store sales growth.
The company’s latest funding round brings its lifetime seed money total to roughly $3.7 million.
The smartphone app is on a 90-day charge to raise $2 million to $5 million to broaden its reach outside of Minnesota.
A failure to deliver coal on schedule resulted in customers paying the price for outsourced electricity.