The Fridley-based company makes cardiovascular, cardiac rhythm, neurological, spinal, diabetes and surgical medical device technologies and therapies.

October 18

Medical firms are using Big Data for a common cause

New thinking helps health firms control always-rising expenses.
October 15

Soaring health care costs will bring Mayo, Medtronic, UnitedHealth together at Mpls. conference

As health care costs soar, industry will seek solutions.
October 5

State's high court hears arguments in legal challenge to Medtronic-Covidien deal

Shareholders say their tax hit was unfair, but the company argues state law doesn't allow them to pursue their case.
September 30

Medtronic recalling heart pumps linked to patient death

Problems with the HVAD pump can happen when moisture interacts with its electronic components.
September 29

Medtronic gets FDA approval for automated insulin delivery device

The latest version of the firm's MiniMed unit can learn, react to a patient's personal needs.
September 10

Who's holding the knife? Growing number of surgeons expected to use robotic tools

The market for robotic systems used in surgeries is expected to grow rapidly in coming years.
August 18

Medtronic warns doctors on heart valve delivery system after 19 deaths

The Minnesota-run company informed doctors that it is voluntarily updating its instructions for using the minimally invasive EnVeo R delivery system.
August 1

Medtronic wins with wider availability for replacement heart valve

The revolutionary device does not require open-heart surgery.
July 12

Medtronic invests another $20 million in Mazor Robotics

Move comes as Mazor Robotics is set to announce a new guidance system.
June 27

Medtronic buys heart failure specialist HeartWare for $1.1 billion

Deal marks an endgame for Boston-area company, which had been acquiring other firms until recently.
June 22

In letter to Franken, FDA defends handling of Medtronic's Infuse study

Franken had asked it questions about late Medtronic report.
June 14

Medtronic could see $3 billion from favorable tax ruling

A judge sided with the company in a yearslong dispute with the IRS.
June 10

Medtronic touts progress in insulin pump trial

The company said a trial with a new insulin pump showed progress in controlling glucose levels.
June 8

Medtronic buys Twin Cities start-up firm Responsive Orthopedics

Deal for Mpls. firm comes as hospitals look for lower-priced joint-replacement options.
May 31

Investors continue to be wary of Medtronic operating margins

It topped earnings estimates, but investors continue to focus on a lagging operating margin.
May 25

Medtronic adds Qualcomm to its growing diabetes partner list

It will work with Qualcomm to develop devices to transit glucose levels in real time.
May 18
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Medtronic says failure to report Infuse data was unintentional

Franken, Klobuchar had sought explanation of how review was misplaced, findings unreported.
May 18

Medtronic buys Smith & Nephew gynecology unit, invests in robotics firm

The medical device maker said gynecology is among the most underserved specialty procedure areas.
May 11

Is more monitoring better for Type 1 diabetes patients?

The nonprofit Children's Minnesota health system is in the midst of a yearlong clinical trial looking at monitoring of hour-by-hour glucose trends each week, instead of each quarter
May 4

Medtronic selects Karen Parkhill as new chief financial officer

Just a year after executing the biggest med-tech acquisition ever, Medtronic PLC is hiring a new chief financial officer with a deep background in banking.…
April 23

Medtronic's Micra pacemaker wins approval for sale in U.S.

Medtronic PLC scored an industry first this month with U.S. approval to start selling its leadless pacemaker, Micra, which represents the first entry in what…
April 20

Medtronic recalls breathing monitor batteries

One of the bedside breathing units overheated, caught fire.
April 19

Minnesota Supreme Court agrees to hear Medtronic appeal in shareholder lawsuit

At issue is reinstatement of shareholder suit tied to company's "inversion."
April 6

Medtronic: New inversion rules don't affect us

The Minnesota company's purchase of an Irish-based firm put it in the middle of the inversion debate.
March 4

Medtronic argues Supreme Court should boot shareholder lawsuit

The plaintiff alleged company directors hid information about the move to Ireland and ignored a tax hit for its shareholders.