Coronavirus In Minnesota: CEO Of Life Time Says 90% Of Employees Will Be FurloughedThe CEO of Life Time Fitness said he expects his Twin Cities-based company to furlough nearly all of its workforce if lawmakers and President Donald Trump can’t set a date for when the economic shutdown will end.
Coronavirus Update: Researchers Warn Of Critical Drug Shortages If Supply Chain Info Isn't Made PublicInfectious disease researchers at the University of Minnesota are urging pharmaceutical companies to be transparent about their supply chains as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic could lead to shortages of critical drugs.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: The Dos & Don'ts Of Our Stay-At-Home OrderLife in Minnesota is about to change even more as we all work to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: CBD Manufacturer Makes Hand Sanitizer For PoliceThe work of police officers is changing during the pandemic, but it does not stop or even slow it down. But one small Minnesota company is doing its part to return the favor in a small way.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Website Tracking Our Cellphones For Social Distancing ResearchHow exactly did a company get a hold of the cellphone data of Minnesotans to track our social distancing?
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Tech Company Donates 100 Chromebooks To Ease Remote Learning Transition At Metro SchoolA computer company in the north metro donated 100 laptops to an area high school last week as educators and students across the state adjust to online learning amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Coronavirus In Minnesota: How Twin Cities Restaurants Are Safely Providing Takeout FoodTuesday is the Great American Takeout Day. The last minute, made-up, holiday is to encourage people to support local restaurants that are staying open by offering a take-out option.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 3M Partnering With Ford To Boost Respirator ProductionMinnesota-based 3M says it’s partnering with Ford Motor Company to make protective equipment for those on the front lines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Local Companies In 'Full-Court Press' To Manufacture Medical Products To Fight COVID-19As people hunker down during the COVID-19 outbreak, Minnesota companies are stepping up.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Distilleries Switch Into Hand Sanitizer FactoriesAs hand sanitizer becomes harder to find, some Minnesota companies are taking matters into their own hands.
Tax Day Moved To July 15, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin SaysAmericans will have an additional three months to file their taxes amid the coronavirus pandemic, the US Treasury Secretary said on Friday.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Target Placing Limits On Cleaning Supplies, Toilet PaperTarget is now among the retailers putting limits on the amount of cleaning products and toilet paper consumers can purchase amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: The Animal Humane Society Is Closing Until May, So Now Is The Time To AdoptMinnesotans seeking a pet companion amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak should head to the Animal Humane Society soon, as all of their locations are slated to close this weekend.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Chefs Band Together To Donate Food After COVID-19 Closes RestaurantsWhat could have been thousands of pounds of trash was treasured Thursday night by more than a thousand people in St. Paul.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Neel Kashkari Speaks On Economic UncertaintyMinneapolis Federal Reserve Bank president Neel Kashkari says uncertainty is still driving economic fears.