A look at what’s behind today's Minnesota business headlines.
Plymouth-based SpineThera is developing a long-acting, non-opioid treatment for low back pain
It wasn't just the year-round great weather. The pacemaker inventor and Medtronic founder had another idea up his sleeve: to learn more about the "human side to healing."
SBA-guaranteed lending in Minnesota declined in fiscal 2018 as more small business customers qualified for conventional loans.
Open enrollment starts Monday for Medicare beneficiaries who are finding many options for 2019 coverage. Here's some more background to help you understand what's happening.
Medical device maker taking cybersecurity precautions with devices used to program pacemakers, defibrillators
HabitAware, which won the Minnesota Cup new-business competition this week, also was the top vote getter in the the semi-final round of the MEDA minority-business challenge.
Diana Hunter is back in two new commercials.
113 year old J.W. Hulme to sell factory operations to Softline
Piper Jaffray has raised $130 million for its Merchant Banking Fund II and already chosen three companies to receive up to $15 million from it.
About 100 people turned out for a discussion of how to involve more women and minorities in small business investments.
The MANOVA Global Summit kicks off with a list of local, national and international speakers looking to fuel discussion on the future of health, technology and retail.
The state's manufacturers are rolling out the red carpet for high school and community college students to increase interest in high-wage manufacturing jobs.
Forbes and Steve Case's venture organization ranks Twin Cities ninth on list of regions good for startups outside the Big 10 that get about three-quarters of venture capital funds for young companies.
Minnesota Manufacturing Week runs Oct.1-7 with factories across state giving public tours.
Group seeks ways to expand and diversify investments in innovation.
Three of Minnesota's 20 largest stocks are trading in bear territory despite the broad market S&P 500 index trading near record highs.
Fraser normally does repair work on Great Lakes freighters, but it has won a contract to build a car ferry.
About one dozen African-country ambassadors and other diplomats will be in the Twin Cities Friday to strengthen commercial-and-cultural ties and to celebrate St. Paul-based Books for Africa.
Protocol 46 of St. Paul is led by executives with military-intelligence and IT backgrounds.
The unusually long wind-down of the Electrolux factory in St. Cloud has given state and workforce officials a chance to retrain its employees for new jobs.