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Roughly 30 clinical trials already underway, with special interest in complex and rare diseases
Arden Hills-based Intricon Corp. is ready to deploy its over-the-counter technology while Eden Prairie-based Starkey, a hearing aid veteran, expresses concern about elements of the rule.
The Chaska-based business has 400 employees and topped $109 million in sales for its latest fiscal year.
The medtech company launched a benefit to pay upfront fees for employees in online college courses in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Phillips-Medisize trimmed nearly 100 jobs in July.
Chuck Kummeth, who has led the Minneapolis-based life science firm since 2013, will step down in two years.
Company executives raised their sales outlook for second time this year.
The recall was based on one complaint on a product Medtronic picked up in its 2015 acquisition of Covidien.
No price breaks on lease rates, but free rent could be part of the deal.
The medical device maker, with sizeable operations in Minnesota, edged expectations with its second-quarter sales and earnings. But macroeconomic conditions soften guidance.