A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
Twin Cities company enters partnership aimed at harnessing power of gut microbes
ASV Holdings moves its outsourced distribution operations in house and to Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
IPS Solar has installed solar arrays on four commercial buildings along University Avenue along the Green Line light rail corridor.
New options for early funding discussed as venture capital in med-tech becomes scarcer
Sleep Number providing individualized sleep plans for Vikings players, coaches and staff to show good how sleep habits lead to faster recovery and better performance.
Veteran investment banker Hunt Greene, who sold Greene Holcom Fisher to BMO Capital Markets last year, plans to focus on a family business and philanthropy.
New effort to recycle MN farm crop covers and feed bags takes off.
Retired business executive Fred Friswold headed $4 million fund drive for "Discovery Nexus" inside McNamara Alumni Center.
The week starting Monday is a celebration for innovators, makers, artists, hackers and beer tasters and those who want to sample the "startup capitol of the north" through any or all of 150 events.
New 3M design center in Japan joins a host of other showcases around the globe.
After testing on nearly 1,000 patients in a six-year span, FDA grants approval for HVAD System
Xcel Energy says that 139 megawatts of power are being generated through the state-mandated Community Solar Garden program, which has been hindered by delays.
Final audit report tries to shine a light on $1.5 billion in Medicare spending
The St. Paul-based company has been working on products to help the long-term disabled. It is getting $100,000 from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research.
In 2011 Donaldson approved a once every three-year vote on executive compensation, now they'll join others with an annual vote.
Boomers are saving more during the economic recovery, but more still worry about burning through savings than death.
Pine River Capital Management, where performance has lagged and assets declined since 2014, is discussing a settlement of litigation with its former star portfolio manager, Steve Kuhn.
Minn. firm publishes long-term results from sleep-apnea device
The Minneapolis-based branding agency will expand to Seattle broaden its social-media work.
Edina's RxFunction has been working on a medical device for peripheral neuropathy patients, and is now talking about results from its pilot study.