Downtown Minneapolis Businesses Hope Chauvin Trial Brings Much-Needed BoostThe pandemic has hit downtown Minneapolis hard. A majority of workers are now at home, but that could all change next week as the officer charged in George Floyd's death goes on trial.
Target's Sales Growth Exploded During The PandemicTarget extended its strong streak through the holiday quarter and sales grew by more than $15 billion in a pandemic year, exceeding the company's annual sales growth over the past 11 years combined.
Aaron Rodgers Gives $1 Million To Help Businesses In His California HometownThese grants will help cover rent for an average of three months or longer, and they also will assist in other operational costs.
With Predicted State Budget Surplus, Businesses Plea For PPP Loan Tax ForgivenessThousands of Minnesota businesses that received PPP loans will soon owe the state money if the state legislature doesn’t act to match, or “conform,” to federal law.
Dept. Of Human Rights Settles With Eagan Company That Wouldn't Hire WomenThe discriminatory practice at Villaume Industries was discovered after an investigation began in 2019, according to officials.
Klobuchar: 'We Need To Increase The Minimum Wage'Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar says lawmakers will have to take on federal minimum wage another time after a failed attempt to raise it in Washington D.C.
Longfellow Rising: The Rebirth Of Minneapolis' Epicenter Of UnrestThe Minneapolis neighborhood at the center of the unrest following George Floyd's death is starting to return to life.
Best Buy To Offer PTO To Vaccinated Hourly EmployeesBest Buy's statement clarified employees will not have time off to get the vaccine, but rather will be gifted time off to use as they please once their vaccination has been verified.
Lumber Prices Skyrocket During Pandemic Construction And Remodeling BoomThe pandemic may seem like a good time to take on some projects around the house -- but if you're planning to build or renovate, it will cost you.
Science Museum Set To Reopen With Limited CapacityThe Science Museum of Minnesota announced its reopening for Feb. 27 after closing its doors to the public last March due to COVID-19.
Target To Delay On-Site Return Of 12,000 Twin Cities HQ WorkersTarget Corporation has announced that most of its employees will not return to its Twin Cities headquarters until this fall.
After Relaxed Restrictions, Many Restaurants Say They're Still Against The WallAfter two mandatory shutdowns Minnesota restaurants are open, but at times it's hard to tell. At JR Mac's in St. Paul, since indoor dining opened up, takeout business has almost completely dried up.
Bill Aims To Curb Sales Of Stolen Catalytic ConvertersMore than 300 catalytic converters have been stolen this year in St. Paul alone -- but a new law could stop criminals from cashing in.
With Business Booming, Thief River Falls Company Digi-Key Hires Hundreds During PandemicDuring the pandemic, a northern Minnesota company has developed a unique problem -- they can’t hire people fast enough.
Mpls. Mayor Jacob Frey Revokes Restrictions On Bar AreasLimitations put in place by the state will remain in effect in the city.