Pulido will have ongoing role with Washington-based Inovalon

Pulido, the pharma veteran who took over Minneapolis-based Ability Network in 2015, sold it for $1.2 billion this spring.

MN-based Eyebobs and i-gogs expand to Mall of America, online

May 18
MN-based Eyebobs and i-gogs expand to Mall of America, online
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Craig-Hallum names new M&A business leaders

May 17
Hodgeson and O'Brien named to replace team that left to form new M&A business in Minneapolis.
Business
May 16

Record number of presentations at Technovation[MN] app challenge

Three teams sponsored by U.S. Bancorp advanced out of last weekends Technovation[MN] Appapalooza event
West Metro
May 16
Gander Outdoors reopens another Twin Cities store

Gander Outdoors reopens another Twin Cities store

Gander Outdoors reopens another Twin Cites store
Business
May 16

Local Crate meal kits roll out to 200-plus Target stores in Minnesota, California

The meal kits were initially tested in about 10 Twin Cities stores
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Business
May 14
Accenture cloud software architect Catherine Gulsvig Wood, center, who started her career in tech thanks to a fortuitous meeting in a college computer

IT veteran urges less-technical approach to drawing women to tech

Catherine Gulsvig Wood's career has included work with Cray Research and Accenture since 2014.
Business
May 14

Katie Steller overcame disease; plans business expansion

SBA award winner Katie Steller would not let her disease define her. She prefers to be known by her seven-chair hair salon in Northeast.
Business
May 11
Even retail thrift stores are closing in topsy-turvy economy

Even retail thrift stores are closing in topsy-turvy economy

Even retail thrift stores are closing in topsy-turvy economy
South Metro
May 10
Twin Cities Premium Outlets, shown in 2015.

Kate Spade outlet store coming to Twin Cities Premium Outlets

There is already a Kate Spade outlet at Albertville Premium Outlets
ST50: 2017 ranking of Minn. companies
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Business
May 10

Beat-the-odds employees lauded by Minnesota Chamber

Smart employers find that employees with disabilities or who overcome other obstacles oftentimes excel at work.
Business
May 9

The stocks of medical manufacturers Intricon and Tactile Medical surge

The two Twin Cities companies are among the best local stocks to own since 2017
Business
May 8

Crystal manufacturer named Minnesota SBA family-business of 2018

The 40-year-old Randy's Booth Company of Crystal is expanding, including hiring ex-offenders who train for skilled work.
Business
May 5
Chairman David Mortenson of Mortenson Construction and the Itasca Project and CEO Tawanna Black of the Center for Economic Inclusion will announce a s

Twin Cities business and nonprofit leaders tie 'equity' to improved economic growth

Business and nonprofit leaders, impressed with some recent results in north Minneapolis, are aligning efforts to ramp up training and employment for people of color in hopes of igniting economic growth and spreading wealth throughout the Twin Cities.
Business
May 4

State creates one-stop certification portal for targeted small businesses

States says Minnesota Small Business Certification Web Portal makes it easier for small businesses to compete for federal, state, and local public contracts
Business
May 3

St. David's opens downtown child-and-family center

The Minnesota-based nonprofit can work with hundreds more kids thanks to a partnership with Westminster Presbyterian Church.
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Blogs
May 3

St. David's opens downtown child-and-family center

The Minnesota-based nonprofit can work with hundreds more kids thanks to a partnership with Westminster Presbyterian Church.
Blogs
May 3

St. David's opens downtown child-and-family center

The Minnesota-based nonprofit can work with hundreds more kids thanks to a partnership with Westminster Presbyterian Church.
West Metro
May 2
Candy, fruits and snacks are grab-and-go at the CMX Market Cinema at Mall of America.

Will Mall of America new theater goers want dinner and a movie?

The Mall of America isn't just getting its movie theater back; it's getting a new food option for shoppers.
Business
May 2

Thymes fragrances adds spring warehouse sale

Thymes fragrances adds spring warehouse sale
Business
May 1

Fastenal warns shareholders of bogus mini-tender offer

Fastenal is urging shareholders to reject the latest mini-tender offer from a firm who has a pattern of making of unfavorable offers to shareholders.
Minneapolis
May 1
Green Garden Bakery executives: Jasmine Salter, Leensa Ahmed, Jacobi Simmons and other teen associates have built an innovative enterprise that grew o

North Side's Green Garden teen bakers three-quarters of way to goal

The Green Garden bakers, Minnesota Cup entrepreneurial award winners last fall, are three-quarters of the way to their $200,000 goal of a commercial kitchen and education area at their housing complex.
Business
April 28
Washington, D.C.: While the IRS collected about $3.4 trillion in taxes last year, a former commissioner said there are billions of dollars in uncollec

IRS faces big task with far fewer agents than 20 years ago

The number of angry taxpayers and tax preparers waiting longer to communicate with the agency is up.