Medtronic Co-Founder Earl Bakken Dies At 94In a Facebook post, Medtronic officials say Earl Bakken died peacefully at his home on Sunday.
Minnesota Business Leaders Vow To Help Workers Struggling With AddictionThe Minnesota Business Partnership, which includes the largest companies in the state, is charging its policy to make it easier for employees struggling with addiction to seek help.
Medtronic Implantable Device Provides Alternative To OpiatesMedtronic's neurostimulator device called, “Intellis” is roughly the size of a pacemaker.
Vikings, Medtronic Renovate Minneapolis North's Weight RoomThe revamped weight room at the school is all thanks to a $20,000 donation from two organizations that focus on fitness.
World's Smallest Pacemaker Takes Space JourneyA Minnesota-made medical device proved it can withstand a trip to space.
Medtronic's 'Applied Innovation Lab' Aims To Shift Researchers' PerspectiveEmployees began using a new space last year to immerse teams into the patient's environment.
Medtronic Profit Rises, Revenue Falls In Q2Medtronic PLC's fiscal second-quarter profit more than doubled on higher sales of its heart and surgical devices. But revenue fell short of Wall Street expectations, helping to drag shares lower.
Mayo, Medtronic, UnitedHealth Officials Meet At ConferenceTop officials with the world's largest medical technology company, the nation's biggest health insurer and one of the world's premier academic medical centers are taking part in a conference in Minneapolis.
Medtronic Reports Strong Financial Results In Previous QuarterMedtronic reported better-than-expected financial results in the most recent quarter, as sales for its pacemakers, stents and other medical products rose.
Vikings, Medtronic Unveil 'The Horn' Outside U.S. Bank StadiumThe Minnesota Vikings and Medtronic unveiled something new to the landscape outside of U.S. Bank Stadium. The two local businesses unveiled "The Horn" Wednesday, a contemporary art sculpture that will be on Medtronic Plaza.
FDA Approves Smallest Pacemaker, Developed By MedtronicThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the world's smallest pacemaker, which is manufactured by Medtronic.