Industries

Minnesota's Great Wealth Migration

Billions of dollars are fleeing the state because of higher taxes and a growing perception that its government is 'anti-success.'

by Dale Kurschner

FederalCartridge-70

Federal Cartridge Has Cut 172 Jobs This Month

The layoffs and buyouts followed months after the ammunition maker’s agreement to create 50 jobs as part of a state-supported expansion plan.

March 30, 2017

BostonSci-MapleGrove-70

Boston Scientific To Buy Swiss Heart Device Company For $435M

Symetis SA is known for its ACURATE valve systems that are used to treat high-risk patients suffering from a narrowing aorta, also known as aortic stenosis.

March 30, 2017

UnitedHealth-70

Feds Take Over Whistleblower Case Against UnitedHealth Group

The insurance giant could face a penalty of more than $1 billion.

March 29, 2017

chiropractor-70

Inver Grove Heights Chiropractor Indicted On Health Care Fraud Charges

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.

March 29, 2017

EHR Adoption Rate Varies Significantly By Medical Specialty

Primary-care doctors are more likely to use electronic health records than specialists.

March 29, 2017

MetaModix Raises $1.2M

Company looking to Asian, European markets.

March 29, 2017

BioSig Deepens Ties With Mayo, Strikes Deal For Future Innovations

Heart signal-processing firm teams with clinic on a 10-year collaboration.

March 29, 2017

Could A Vaccine End The Opioid Epidemic?

Hennepin County researchers are advancing work that could help end the United State's burgeoning painkiller problem.

March 29, 2017

Midtown Greenway

Bike Industry Contributes $780M To Minnesota Economy

A new study by the University of Minnesota and MnDOT tries to quantify bicycling's impact on wallets and health.

March 28, 2017

solar-worker-70

Solar Jobs Jumped 44 Percent In 2016

Most of those workers are based in the Twin Cities, which is a departure from 2015 when the majority of solar employees worked in Greater Minnesota.

March 28, 2017

     |   |  3  |   |   

Sponsored Content


Current Issue

April

Read this month's issue of Twin Cities Business.

            

Most Popular