Americans are quitting their jobs by the millions.
Women Leading 'The Great Resignation'Americans are quitting their jobs by the millions.
Chip Shortage Could Impact iPhone ProductionA chip shortage is taking a bite out of Apple.
St. Paul Business Owners Worry Mass Shooting Will Scare Away CustomersBusinesses along St. Paul’s West Seventh Street have finally been getting into a groove again as events have been coming back and bringing life back to St. Paul. But Sunday’s early morning mass shooting is throwing everything in doubt.
New Publication, StartMN, To Explore State’s InnovationsMinnesota is a state of innovation. And that innovative spirit is going to be explored in a new publication, StartMN, from Twin Cities Business.
MN Farmers 'Pleasantly Surprised' By Strong Crop Yields1988 was a bad year for Minnesota farmers and many have been anticipating a challenging harvest season. But that’s not necessarily the case.
‘Shrinkflation’ Hitting Grocery Store ShelvesShrinking products and rising prices. From cereal to soap, paper towels to pretzels, you might have noticed you're not getting as much as you used to at the grocery store.
Interview: Women In The WorkforceLabor statistics show a loss of 1.8 million women in the labor force since before the pandemic started.
Some Seasonal Jobs Offering Plenty Of PerksIt's that time of year -- many companies are hiring for seasonal help. And some of the jobs come with some pretty nice perks.
Minneapolis Theaters Set To Welcome Back AudiencesIt's a big night for theater fans in the Twin Cities.
For First Time Since Since Pandemic Began, It's Curtains Up For Minneapolis TheatersToday, life returns to two of our well-known theaters in Minneapolis.
Enbridge Says Line 3 Replacement Is Complete, Will Open FridayEnbridge says the upgrade and expansion of its Line 3 pipeline across Minnesota is complete.
Demolition Begins On St. Paul's Midway Shopping CenterA new chapter is beginning for a St. Paul neighborhood more than a year after riots destroyed hundreds of businesses.
Labor Shortage Impacting Minnesota Apple OrchardsIt’s peak apple picking season, and as visitors return to their favorite apple orchard, they may notice fewer activities being offered.
Good Question: How Did the 8-Hour Workday Come To Be?In 2016, WCCO’s John Lauritsen looked at how the eight-hour work day got its start – and why it could be in jeopardy.
Strong Ending For Unusual Minnesota State FairThe gates to the State Fairgrounds are officially closed Monday night, marking the end of an unusual year for the Great-Minnesota Get-Together.
Some Employers Doubt Unemployment Benefits’ End Will Boost StaffingThousands of Minnesotans are losing their federal unemployment benefits Sunday, and many employers hope that will lead to more people returning to the workforce.
Restaurant Supplier’s Pause Puts Some Metro Businesses In PerilOn-going supply chain and staffing issues are hitting some small Twin Cities restaurants hard.
No More State Fair Cups? Fair Runs Into Supply Shortages And Cost IncreasesThe State Fair isn't immune to shortages, which means some challenges.
Brooten's Redhead Creamery Ready For Customers Again After Sustaining Storm DamageEarlier this week, hail and wind battered a dairy farm about a hundred miles northwest of the Twin Cities.
With Sales Surging Still, Best Buy Raises Prospects For 2021Best Buy raised its sales outlook for the year after breezing past Wall Street expectations in the second quarter.
Many Minnesota State Fair Vendors, Exhibitors Won't Return This YearAfter the Minnesota State Fair released its COVID-19 guidelines Wednesday, many vendors and exhibitors are making a tough decision.
Minnesota State Fair Officials: No Mask Or Vaccine RulesThe Great Minnesota Get-Together will be restriction-free when it comes to COVID-19.
St. Paul's Capital View Cafe Cites Worker Shortage As Cause For Temporary ClosureMinnesota businesses are struggling to recover from COVID-19, and not just financially, David Schuman reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 10 - Aug. 10, 2021
USPS Looks To Hire Hundreds Of Carriers In MinnesotaThe United States Postal Service is hanging out the help wanted sign, Reg Chapman reports (1:58). WCCO 4 News At 6 - Aug. 10, 2021