Though the state doesn’t yet have a law on the books forbidding the practice, a recent executive order from Gov. Walz gives the attorney general the authority to investigate.
Rod Johansen talks store opening delays, supply chain challenges, and why local companies with more than 500 employees get stuck in the middle.
President Trump orders 3M to ramp up production of face masks. Target promises to pitch in.
For some companies, it’s a logical response to an uncertain financial future caused by Covid-19.
To maintain production levels, the food maker says it’s allowing healthy office employees to work in its manufacturing facilities.
Applications open tomorrow for the federal government’s new $349 billion loan program for small businesses.
A new online tool helps groups find organizations that can provide high-need products or services.
With a team of just five, the Minneapolis-based spirits distillery and cocktail room is churning out cocktail kits and hand sanitizer.
Other employees will see a 20 percent pay cut; some will be furloughed.
As head of the state’s economic and employment department, Grove is now fielding a historic number of requests for unemployment insurance benefits. In a conversation earlier this year, he shared some thoughts on the state’s startup and innovation economy.
Her entire calendar of corporate and social events has been wiped out through May, but the owner of Amy Zaroff Events + Design believes we’ll gather again, and offers advice on what to do now.
The 135-year-old retailer and grower obtained an exemption from the state to open its nurseries on April 6. Some other independent garden stores have not.
As consumer product demands shift, cooperative raises front-line workers pay during the crisis.
As the Covid-19 pandemic deepens, companies in other industries are starting to lay off workers.
After offering curbside pickup and quarantine care packages, Mischief’s co-owner Dan Marshall closes shop following the governor’s stay-at-home order.
Starting April 7, the Mall of America will open up its North Atrium for Red Cross blood drives. The rest of the shopping center remains closed.
The health care provider is forecasting a 20 to 40 percent drop in revenue.
The retailer looks to bolster its balance sheet amid a “fluid outlook” for the economy.
Candyland president Brenda Lamb uses delivery and curbside pickup to continue selling sweets.
Economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to spread.