James Walsh

Reporter | Medical Technology
Phone: 612-673-7428
James Walsh covers medical technology companies such as Medtronic and St. Jude and innovations.

Recent content from James Walsh

All-Star Game bags $8 million for Minnesota charities

Snaring the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was quite the coup for the Minnesota Twins and the Twin Cities....

Updated: April 25, 2014, - 12:06 AM

New team at the Lexington Restaurant has deep St. Paul roots

The new owners — all St. Paulites — will combine the old with the new in a reboot of the...

Updated: April 17, 2014, - 09:47 PM

Cracks at 11 intersections put kink in Central Corridor LRT

Repairing concrete along University Avenue’s new Green Line means another month of detours.

Updated: April 15, 2014, - 09:26 AM

Twin Cities crews scramble to fill potholes

Until more money is allocated to road reconstruction, officials say fixing potholes will be an uphill battle.

Updated: April 12, 2014, - 06:25 PM

Walker West taking its passion for music to new St. Paul digs

Walker West Music Academy, a St. Paul institution, will move across the street to a larger, more flexible space.

Updated: April 12, 2014, - 12:46 PM

Med-tech firms share founder, top exec, but march on different paths

Sister companies Acist and HLT had common beginnings developing better tools for cardiologists, but they are taking very different paths.

Updated: April 05, 2014, - 05:06 PM

Bloomington firm's merger creates largest blood supply network

GSABC Cooperative of Bloomington is combining with Blood Centers of America, based in in Providence, R.I., to become a bigger distributor than Red Cross. The two organizations distribute 5.4 million blood units each year.

Updated: April 02, 2014, - 04:31 PM

Obituary: Louis Edouard 'Ed' Forner, music professor, conductor

Since the death of Ed Forner last month, his wife, Jan Gilbert, has been hearing from his former students and...

Updated: March 31, 2014, - 11:53 PM

Less-invasive aortic valve replacement proves superior in Medtronic study

A study of patients considered high risk for open heart surgery to replace their aortic valve could add new momentum...

Updated: March 29, 2014, - 08:32 AM

Minnetonka med-tech firm brings scanning into operating room

IMRIS is touting the cost savings of fewer follow-up surgeries to sell its surgical suites.

Updated: March 22, 2014, - 05:03 PM

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