Amid Low Unemployment, Businesses Getting Creative, Removing Barriers To Attract WorkersMinnesota’s 3.3% unemployment rate brings a new set of opportunities and challenges to the workforce. Companies need to fill positions so badly that some are reevaluating eligibility requirements or benefits offered.
Downtown Minneapolis Businesses Brace For President Trump RallyBusinesses around Target Center are bracing for the big crowds that President Donald Trump’s Thursday rally will bring to downtown Minneapolis.
Me'Lea Connelly, Former Leader Of Minnesota’s First Black-Led Credit Union, Explains Why She Was Fired"I don’t believe that it’s necessary to, you know, attack someone’s character or ruin their reputation in order to move on with the work."
Hy-Vee: Payment Process Breach Reported In July May Have Affected Some Customers Since NovemberHy-Vee said that customer data could have been accessed from as long ago as Dec. 14, 2018 at some locations' fuel pumps, and as long ago as Jan. 15, 2019 at restaurants and drive-thru coffee shops.
'Nobody Was Expecting It': Sleepy Eye Hopes To Rebound From Del Monte ClosureTo Sleepy Eye's surprise, Del Monte abruptly announced in late August that this will be its final season of operation. For the more than 300 workers, their jobs are being eliminated.
'I Gives Us Hope': Somali Minnesotan's Dream Of Opening Dentist Practice Comes TrueThis weekend, a Minnesotan will realize a career dream that started in Mogadishu.
Macy's To Offer Free Same-Day Delivery In The Twin CitiesMacy’s says it will be offering free same-day delivery to customers in the Twin Cities starting next month.
Northern Metals Permanently Shuts Down Minneapolis Shredder After MPCA SettlementIn a settlement with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Northern Metals has admitted to altering pollution records and will permanently shut down its metal shredder by the end of the day Monday.
St. Cloud Business Owner Feels Penalized By New Massage RegulationsOver the summer, the city of St. Cloud agreed to tighten licensing requirements to stop sex trafficking. There will be more background checks for therapists, more inspections for businesses and ultimately more fees to pay.
Best Buy’s Corie Barry Makes Fortune’s ‘Most Powerful Women In Business’ ListNewly promoted Best Buy CEO Corie Barry has been named one of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business.
TCE In Minnesota: Efforts To Phase Out CarcinogenThe neighborhood surrounding Water Gremlin in White Bear Township hadn't heard of TCE until they learned the manufacturing plant had released unsafe levels of the toxic chemical for more than 15 years.
From Mexico To Minnesota: A Family's Tortilla Recipe Is Now Enjoyed By MillionsSeptember is National Hispanic Heritage month, and a Twin Cities family has a story that took them from a small kitchen to a big business.
Minnesota Jobs: Unemployment Rate Decreases To 3.3% In AugustMinnesota gained 1,100 jobs in August while the state’s unemployment rate decreased slightly to 3.3% in the same period, according to new figures from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
Pizza Nea Closing After 17 Years In Northeast MinneapolisGet a slice while you can: A longtime Minneapolis pizza restaurant is closing up Saturday night.
'I Did Not Have A Choice': Dozens Of Businesses Forced Into Relocation By Southwest Light Rail Project Still Await ReimbursementA project intended to benefit the public as a whole in Minnesota has resulted in more controversial consequences.