At least 24 early-stage Minnesota tech companies raised a cumulative $58.6 million in (largely equity) financing according to information collected and analyzed for the first quarter 2012 Capital Review.
Authorities now looking into MN lawmaker's report of assault
Video shows Rep. Nolan West being grabbed and pushed out of a public event.
COVID treatments: Essentia Health to help test 3 existing meds
The clinical trial includes the much-discussed drug ivermectin.
Suspect crashes into Minneapolis snow plow, fires shots at plow driver
The plow driver was pulled to the side of the road when the incident happened.
Coldest day of the winter is possible this week in Minnesota
An air temp of -30F isn't out of the question too far from the metro.
District fires school counselor accused of sexually assaulting student
He's been charged with felony criminal sexual conduct.
Authorities pinpoint source of CO that killed family of 7
The victims, all members of Hernandez-Pinto family, were found dead in a Moorhead home.
Photos: Winners of the World Snow Sculpting Championship in Stillwater
Twelve teams from around the world competed.
Court issues mixed ruling on PolyMet, orders more analysis on water permit
The court, however, overruled several challenges to the permit.
Police release images of woman driving stolen Audi that had puppy inside
It's not clear whether she was involved in the vehicle theft.
Fatal hit-and-run driver can avoid prison time with plea deal
He was charged with striking and killing a 56-year-old who was walking her dog.
State says angel tax credits helped 100 Minnesota tech companies last year
The program gives tax credits to investors who sink money into tech firms with 25 or fewer employees. State officials say it raised $64 million dollars for those small companies in 2011.
Report: Nearly 3,000 high-tech jobs lost in Minnesota
Nearly 3,000 high-tech jobs were lost last year in the state. However, Minnesota still ranks 17th in the nation for the number of technology-based jobs.
Target, investors agree to pay $166 million Mervyn's settlement
A bankruptcy judge has signed off on a settlement under which the creditors of the now-bankrupt Mervyn's, the former Target Corp. clothing subsidiary, will collect a $166 million settlement from Target, private equity firm Cereberus Capital Management and about 40 other investors, the Star Tribune reports.
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