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August 16, 2020
Minnesota and private partners need to support rebuilding inner-city commercial corridors
Many shops have shuttered indefinitely amid the one-two punch of COVID-19 and riot damage. But not enough has happened to get things going.
August 10, 2020
Tactile Medical was one of Minnesota's top-performing stocks over the past few years, until coronavirus
Several analysts expect Tactile Medical to get back on track once the imminent challenges of the pandemic are surmounted.
August 9, 2020
VenueScreen, started by an event planner, is helping businesses navigate the return to work
Lea and Rick Barron, owners of Barron Event Planning & Management, a firm that has worked with many businesses in the Twin Cities, realized in…
August 1, 2020
Trades Hub helps young workers find Minnesota manufacturing jobs, scholarships
The electronic platform links young people, particularly women and minorities, to industrial and manufacturing employers, plus more.
July 28, 2020
How a Twin Cities software company recovered after its founder's accident
The outlook has gone from calamitous to hopeful for Henry Bromelkamp and his company.
July 20, 2020
Former U.S. Bank executive's run as CEO with a competitor ends
The ship-jumping and resulting litigation drew widespread interest in the wealth-management trade.
July 20, 2020
Twin Cities software firm, after first turning down PPP, decided it needs the boost after all
You can't blame a struggling business, even one with reserves, for tapping cheap funds to help survive.
July 14, 2020
Minneapolis business groups warn against 'dismantling' police, press for reforms
Downtown Council and others support a strong police department as well as a "continuum of safety strategies."
July 12, 2020
Twin Cities hotel workers and owners uncomfortable with uncertain future
Hotels can only wait for guests to return as restrictions ease.
July 5, 2020
A humble defender of Allina-Midtown market inspires hope on E. Lake Street
As the Global Market was attacked by looters, guards, volunteers rose to fight for what had been built.
July 3, 2020
COVID-19 crisis crimps funding for home-health aides in Minnesota
Advocates also say some of the smaller, weaker agencies will fail this year, compounding the worker shortage.
June 6, 2020
Capsule, a digital pharmacy, brings same-day delivery to Minneapolis
In seeking to be the paramount online disrupter in the emerging digital-pharmacy industry, Capsule has received notice for raising about $250 million in capital over several years, including $200 million last fall.
May 23, 2020
180 Degrees battled COVID-19 on top of tough mission to assist ex-offenders
The organization anticipates there is more hard work ahead to continue providing services while the pandemic threat remains.
May 16, 2020
Peace Coffee brews a strategy to navigate difficult times
Consumers rushed to stores to buy coffee and food after the coronavirus forced most of them to work and study from home.
May 10, 2020
Women are the front line of the beleaguered hospitality industry
For many, focusing on work today helps them abate worry about the future.
May 9, 2020
Some Minnesota tech companies are still hiring, for now
The tech sector in Minnesota is still growing, even with the effects of the coronavirus.
May 2, 2020
'Ambassadors' ready downtown for gradual return of workers with long list of projects
Downtown Improvement District ambassadors have focused on projects from deep cleaning bus stops, tree grates and sidewalks to greening tasks.
April 25, 2020
Virus puts a chill on Twin Cities area farmers markets
Growers who feed the region's farmers markets are concerned.
April 18, 2020
These small Minnesota companies are filling big pandemic needs
The coronavirus outbreak created new opportunities for some companies, including small ones in the Twin Cities.
April 5, 2020
Twin Cities hardware stores 'in survival mode' to retain workers, serve customers
Hardware stores are "essential" businesses amid a commercial shutdown. But the stores are not teeming with shoppers.
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