Posted on March 17th, 2010 by Kelley Luckstein
Seagate Technology giveth (sort of). Seagate Technologies taketh (definitely). Bolstered by better than expected revenue, the disc driver maker has reversed plans to convert a state-of-the-art nanotech facility in Edina into the Minnesota Center of Excellence in Nanotechnology.Seagate, based in Scotts Valley, California, has major operations in the Twin Cities…
Seagate changed its mind and explored the possibility of leasing the space to a private/public consortium whose members included executives from Medtronic Inc., Mayo Clinic, and the BioBusiness Alliance of Minnesota.
MedCity News, by Thomas Lee, 3/2010
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