The first wave of Paycheck Protection Program funding ran out in a few days, but there’s still money left in the second round. Many companies have lingering questions about loan forgiveness.
CEO says that the company’s financial position “remains strong.”
Alison Weinlaeder launched Cardiomelon, a St. Paul-based fitness subscription platform that pairs cognitive and physical exercises, in April as a way to help herself and her former patients.
The company says it’s the first mass retailer to place its products on Instagram Checkout.
Digital webinars, conferences, meetings, and more to keep you learning and networking while stuck at home.
In a statement, general manager Jerry Hammer said canceling the fair is “the right thing to do.”
Mall of America owners look to modify loan amid Covid-19 crunch.
Many gym owners in Minnesota were expecting to reopen on June 1. Now, it’s not clear when they’ll be permitted to resume operations.
Even with online sales up, the company’s revenue fell in the quarter.
The consolidation was discussed pre-pandemic, but the current situation propelled the process.
More than 695,000 Minnesotans have applied for unemployment insurance since mid-March.
Sales were up strongly, but profits drop for first quarter.
Retail property sales dropped 84 percent across U.S. in April.
Following the permanent closure of the St. Paul location, Izzy’s Ice Cream looks for a more affordable headquarters.
Gyms and fitness centers will still remain closed.
Responding to the coronavirus pandemic, the prestigious law firm reduces expenses to match a tough economic environment.
The sale represents just a fraction of his holdings in Minneapolis bank.
The organization has been raising funds for pandemic relief since March.
The retailer says it will continue providing increased benefits for frontline workers.
Minneapolis-based Thumbs Cookies organized an effort that has provided snacks to more than 10,000 health care workers on the frontlines of the Covid-19 crisis. It's also keeping small food producers in business.