Ahrvo Aims To Take The Mystery Out Of Stock Picks

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By Neal St. Anthony, Star Tribune

Appo Agbamu recently quit a $75,000-a-year job at U.S. Trust, a dream job for a young associate portfolio manager. However, Agbamu, 25, has an entrepreneurial dream. He’s founder of ahrvo.com, an investment app targeted at young people that went live at the Google and Apple online stores in January.”

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Proto Labs Gets Corporate Welfare Money From Taxpayers For Brooklyn Park Building

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“ST. PAUL – Custom manufacturer Protolabs Inc. will invest $29.9 million to expand to a new site in Brooklyn Park.

The Maple Plain-based company has purchased a 152,000-square-foot building in Brooklyn Park and plans to add another 50,000 square feet to the structure. The investment also includes additional manufacturing equipment to support anticipated future growth. Company officials said they will move their CNC machining operations from Plymouth to the new site, while retaining the Plymouth facility for their injection molding operations.”

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Local Crate Banks $1.4m, Expands To Illinois, And Pulls Newkirk In As CMO

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“MINNEAPOLIS, April 12, 2018 — Techstars alum, Local Crate, announced today it has raised $1.4 million in a Seed funding round led by Midwestern based firms The Syndicate Fund, Matchstick Ventures, M25 Group, and Router Ventures.

Additionally, a select group of Minnesota angel investors contributed. Local Crate will use the funding to fuel market and channel growth, expanding its vision to build out the first locally-driven food platform on a national scale.”

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Know This Nerd? Meet Cam Schnackel

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Cam Schnackel is freelance software engineer in Minnesota.

 

What initially sparked your interest in technology?

I’ve been interested in technology ever since I was in the 3rd grade. My older sister at the time was dabbling in some HTML/CSS and taught me some of the basics. I coded a number of super basic fan sites for various goofy things that I enjoyed at the time (primarily Yu-Gi-Oh!). It wasn’t until recently that I decided to make a career out of coding, but I’ve been keeping myself informed with new technologies and products for years now.

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