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Thursday P.M. Report

Presbyterian Homes’ Eden Prairie project gets grant, Mosaic gets naming rights for Tampa Bay spring training site, ATK promotes DeYoung to CEO, and Volpi joins Piper Jaffray board.

Presbyterian Homes’ $200M Eden Prairie project gets grant: Presbyterian Homes and Services received a grant last month from the Metropolitan Council that helps move forward a planned $200 million mixed-use project in Eden Prairie. The $848,000 grant will help pay for planning and engineering of a street realignment within the 20-acre site. St. Paul-based Presbyterian Homes is considering a development that would include 447 units of senior housing, 260 units of multifamily housing and about 70,000 square feet of retail space. Read full story

Mosaic gets naming rights for Tampa Bay Rays spring training site: The Tampa Bay Rays and The Mosaic Co. have agreed to terms for the naming rights to the team’s spring training ballpark in Charlotte County, Fla. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. But Charlotte County will receive $75,000 annually in the deal for stadium maintenance, said Rick Vaughn, vice president of communications for the Rays. Read full story

ATK promotes DeYoung to CEO, reports strong Q3: Alliant Techsystems has appointed a new CEO and president from within its ranks of senior managers. Mark DeYoung, former head of the company’s largest business entity, the Armament Systems Group, was voted as CEO and elected to the company’s board of directors, effective immediately. Former CEO Daniel Murphy Jr. announced in Novemeber that he was retiring. Read full story

H.B. Fuller’s Volpi named to Piper Jaffray board: The CEO and president of H.B. Fuller Co., Michele Volpi, has been elected to serve on Piper Jaffray’s board of directors. H.B. Fuller is a St. Paul-based sealants, paints and speciality chemical manufacturer where Volpi has been CEO since 2006. Read full story