Prime Therapeutics plans to add 300 IT, business analyst jobs in Eagan

Employment and economic development officials are offering the company a $500,000 forgivable loan to expand its Eagan operations. The loan will be forgiven when the company hits its employment target.
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Employment and economic development officials are offering the company a $500,000 forgivable loan to expand its Eagan operations. The loan will be forgiven when the company hits its employment target.

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