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Craig Dahl says integration strategy with Detroit-based Chemical Bank is in good hands.
At Seward Pharmacy on Lake Street, the funds will help finish a rebuild after destruction from the May riots.
Seven months into the pandemic's economic crisis, Minnesota only has half its jobs back and tens of thousands have stopped looking for work.
The branch closures come on top of another 300 in the last year or so.
The kickoff event Wednesday highlighted a possible heightened role for the Fed.
U.S. Bank's new metro-area branches have been retooled for the digital age.
BlueCube Bio came out on top of the state's highest-profile startup competition.
With its fourth branch in the Twin Cities, the nation's largest bank takes a new approach with a design and services aimed at teaching more people about managing their finances.
Black entrepreneurs receive outpouring of support, white man confronting them lost his business.
She helped keep the tradition alive during an era in which it was suppressed under Soviet rule.
Minnesota's job recovery sped up a bit last month with the addition of 40,500 jobs.
The 18% drop is less than the decrease for the nation as a whole, which was 30%.
The region's big event for entrepreneurs is adapting to the pandemic.
More are needing help, especially after the extra unemployment aid ended.
The bonus is a replacement for a federal benefit that ran out in July.
The state's factory activity was not quite as robust in August as in July, a Creighton University survey found.
The $300 federal payments expected to be short-lived.
The faulty air bag inflaters led to a massive auto recall and the multistate $85M settlement.
Minn. to review federal lost wages program.
Minnesota's unemployment rate fell to 7.7%, down from 8.6% in June, 9.9% in May.
Community leaders asked U.S. Bank to trust them on how to use grants.
Well-known figure in the Twin Cities' tech community will take a chance on companies in the earliest stages.
Many restrictions on businesses have been lifted, but employers remain uncertain about the direction of the coronavirus pandemic and economy.
Job losses rose even as the manufacturing sector regained some needed steam.
The water skier, a man, was injured and taken to HCMC in Minneapolis
Volatility in the stock market helped to shape results for the financial-services giant.
About one-sixth of the state's workforce are among the Americans whose immediate future is tied up in the battle about how to rescue the U.S. economy.
More than one-quarter of Black workers were still making weekly unemployment claims last month, compared with 9% of white workers.
State officials warn that situation could get worse as $600 federal benefit expires.
The move took a significant toll on the bank's bottom line in the second quarter, with its profit falling 62%.
Latest survey finds the state is trailing in manufacturing.
Regional economist finds "catastrophic" financial declines in Minnesota, nearby states.
Workers' demand for more disclosure led to more details about Minnesota warehouses.
Minnesota officials are monitoring large warehouses, where coronavirus is spreading
The May report revealed the full effect of the coronavirus on the state's job market. But it doesn't include jobs added as retailers began to reopen.
Best Buy leadership also said for the first time, the company will shorten hours of operation on Election Day, Nov. 3.
The four are in the first wave of closures during bankruptcy restructuring.
Pharmacies, and the controlled substances they hold, were a particular target for looting in last week's chaos, even far from Lake Street in Minneapolis and University Avenue in St. Paul, the hardest-hit areas. Swaths of the metro now have no open pharmacy for miles.
They have marched for miles, slept for few hours and faced projectiles from police — all in the middle of a pandemic. And yet demonstrators…
The Minneapolis-based retailer also will rebuild other stores that have been damaged in this week's riots.
Hundreds of buildings have been damaged by rioters, looters.
The Bloomington megamall also has suspended curbside pickup. Rosedale Center also closed.
"COVID didn't close me, but this is going to close me," says one shop owner.
Subject of video said he believed some of the men were not tenants.
Drugstore chain to open 10 sites in Minnesota on Friday.
Items now in popular demand include home theater systems, ranges and dishwashers.
Essential items drove the sales gain, but buying habits shifted.
The state is allowing all stores to open as long as they file safety plans and limit capacity to 50%.
$2-an-hour boost for frontline workers comes as other retail companies' deals are set to end.
Target's new collection will be available online first, on June 6, and in stores on June 15.
Minnesota stores and malls may reopen Monday — but not all will. Shoppers may hesitate, too.
A proposal to use a tax subsidy fund will have to overcome opposition from the city of Bloomington.
Parent company Stage Stores said it could not find financing during the pandemic.
Pandemic expected to magnify differences between healthy retailers and those with big financial troubles.
Deliv CEO and some engineers also joining Target
The move is the latest from the Minneapolis-based retailer, which also has more than 10,000 preorders for infrared thermometers Target is offering at cost.
While it may not be "pleasant" to wear them, face masks will play an important role as businesses ramp back up, Gov. Tim Walz says.
Best Buy workers will give themselves a health check before each shift using a new app. They will be required to wear face masks and gloves.
At least three employees at Amazon's fulfillment center in Shakopee have now tested positive for COVID-19, the company has told employees in recent days.
The retailer will also extend $2-an-hour wage increases through May and is now requiring store workers to wear face masks.
Trump heralded using big box parking lots more than a month ago; the effort is now ramping up.
Target designers address frustrations of people with autism, special needs, with adaptive clothing that's stylish, too.
The Richfield-based retailer said Wednesday that sales have plummeted 30% in the past month since stores have closed to the public. But curbside pickup has been a "remarkable success."
Workers group files OSHA complaint against Amazon after doctor tells Shakopee employee to self-quarantine
Even as Amazon steps up worker protections, groups says it should do more, especially now.
The move should help open more delivery slots for customers.
Shipt said it was handing out $100 bonuses to shoppers who completed between 50 and 100 orders last month and $200 bonuses to shoppers who handled more than 100 orders.
The Minneapolis-based retailer is strongly encouraging workers to wear the protective gear.
Michaels says it is essential because it provides fabric for homemade masks and supplies for children who are at home.
The electronics retailer is busy filling online orders for home office equipment and appliances.
In recent days, states and cities across the U.S. have defined essential differently in their stay-at-home orders.
Area supermarkets, retailers, co-ops have stepped up efforts in the past week.
Remodels will be scaled back, and fresh groceries, alcohol won't be offered for pickup.
The retailer will step up cleaning efforts, social distancing measures.
Grocery-delivery service demand has boomed — and in an economy where many workers have at least temporarily lost their retail jobs overnight, the delivery services are hiring.
As the coronavirus pandemic accelerates, Richfield-based Best Buy has decided to temporarily close its stores aside from curbside pickup starting Sunday. The electronics chain has…