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From the editors of Twin Cities Business:

Wireless Ronin To Merge With New York Firm

Wireless Ronin Technologies, a publicly traded company based in Minnetonka, said it will merge with Creative Realities and sell about 59 percent of its shares to the owner of the fellow marketing technology firm.

ShopHQ Replaces CEO In Wake Of Proxy Battle

After shareholders elected several board members nominated by activist investor the Clinton Group, ValueVision, which operates the ShopHQ brand, said it has also appointed Mark Bozek as its new chief executive.

Manufacturing Plant Plans 100 New Jobs In Red Wing

Capital Safety, which makes body harnesses, hoists, and other equipment to protect workers from falls, said it will add 100 new jobs after receiving some government support.

Target Accused Of Infringing On Priceline Founder's Patent

An owner of many patents (with a history of suing big retailers) is accusing Target's online subscription service of patent infringement.

CoCo Expands Beyond The Twin Cities

CoCo Fargo marks the organization's fourth location, and it will occupy 6,000 square feet in the city's downtown.

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