Business Briefs: Week of March 22
Princeton’s E-Ride honored
E-Ride Industries of Princeton has been selected to receive one of the first Finance & Commerce “Progress Minnesota 2012” awards, honoring individuals and companies from around the state who are driving business and industrial growth and economic development in Minnesota in unique and innovative ways.
E-Ride Industries is one of fourteen companies and organizations who will be honored, along with 12 individuals, at a “Progress Minnesota” reception to be held April 11 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Minneapolis The event is open to the public. Reservations may be made by calling 612-333-4244.
Coborn Cancer Center joins Mayo
Mayo Clinic today announced that CentraCare’s Coborn Cancer Center will be the first member of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Care Network. The Coborn Cancer Center is the first cancer-specific member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. The agreement formalizes a long-standing relationship between the two organizations. Coborn Cancer Center physicians will benefit from enhanced access to Mayo physicians and clinical resources, which in turn will benefit local patients and their families.
The relationship is not an acquisition or merger. Coborn Cancer Center will remain an independent, community-based cancer program.
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