Officials Listening To Women About How To Help Their Businesses During The PandemicThe pandemic has disproportionately affected employment for women, particularly women of color. More than 2 million women have left the workforce since February of last year.
Hospitality, Travel Industries See ‘Glimmers Of Hope’ For Job Return, Economic RecoveryMore than 36,000 travel and hospitality workers in Minneapolis have been impacted by the pandemic.
Cookie Cart Teaches Culinary Skills, Business Skills, To Local YouthThe Cookie Cart is a non-profit that gives job opportunities to youth - teaching culinary skills, and business skills.
Internet Goes Wild For Local Jeweler's 'Vote' Necklace After Michelle Obama's DNC SpeechYou may have watched Michelle Obama's DNC speech this week. But did you notice her necklace? It said "vote."
Lake Street Council Awards $2.8 Million In Grants To Businesses Damaged During UnrestOf the business which received grants from the Lake Street Council 86% are owned by Black, Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) or immigrants. 81% have fewer than 10 employees.
Businesses Slowly Start Opening As Part Of Gov. Walz's Phase 3 PlanIt's the first ladies lunch out for Rita Gaspar and her friends she's known since high school.
Lake Street Business Owner Released From Custody In Man's Shooting Death Amid RiotThe victim was 43-year-old Calvin Lewis Horton Jr. of Minneapolis. He died after being shot as protests broke out near East Lake Street and Bloomington Avenue.
Mpls. And St. Paul Fire Departments Stretched Thin As Businesses Continue To BurnFire departments in Minneapolis and St. Paul have been stretched thin over the past couple days, as they work to put out flames in both cities.
Man Killed By Gunfire During Wednesday Protests Identified As Calvin Lewis Horton Jr.He was 43-year-old Calvin Lewis Horton Jr. of Minneapolis. He died after being shot as protests broke out near East Lake Street and Bloomington Avenue.
East Lake Street Business Owner Under Arrest After 1 Man Killed By Gunfire During George Floyd ProtestsA man was shot and killed Wednesday night as protests broke out near East Lake Street and Bloomington Avenue. The owner of a nearby business is under arrest.
Small Businesses In Excelsior See Boost In Sales Amid Winter Warm-UpAs temperatures go up, so does business in Minnesota.
Explore Minnesota Reports Healthy Summer Tourism SeasonAs September begins, Minnesota is wrapping up a successful summer tourism season. Explore Minnesota surveyed 300 businesses: hotels, resorts, campgrounds, and home rentals. They found business was growing for 80% of them.
3M Plans To Cut 2,000 Jobs Amid Slower-Than-Expected 2019The maker of Post-it notes, industrial coatings and ceramics said Thursday that the move is expected to save about $225 million to $250 million a year. The St. Paul Minnesota-based company anticipates a pretax charge of about $150 million, or 20 cents per share, this year.
General Mills Posts Better-Than-Expected 3Q ResultsGeneral Mills Inc. shares rallied in early trading Wednesday after the food company posted better-than-expected results and raised its guidance.
Crocs Shutting Down Manufacturing Plants, Company Executive To ResignCrocs Inc. said that it's closing all of its manufacturing facilities, and announced that its chief financial officer will resign.