Force majeure clauses and common law remedies could help businesses that can’t meet contract obligations. But no agreement is the same.
As of noon, other Twin Cities malls had yet to follow suit.
The Edina-based company cited the COVID-19 outbreak among its reasons for closure, which will leave 141 people without a job.
Gaps in broadband coverage may pose a problem for rural schools.
It's getting more and more difficult to operate stores during the pandemic. Both hometown retailers are stepping up employee benefits.
Between travel declines, gathering bans, and general fear, places to stay, eat, and drink are seeing a worst-case scenario.
Rebounding from the $2.5 million blow of canceling the cross country ski event, Loppet Foundation sets its sights on bringing another race to Minnesota.
Despite temporary closures of most public gathering places from churches to casinos, Twin Cities regional shopping centers remain open.
The state’s largest companies roll out initiatives to continue meeting consumer demands.
Studio closures pile up and companies in the businesses of healthy living try to offer clients at-home alternatives.
Will letting college athletes monetize their gam blow holes in the U's budgets? The U doesn't want to talk about it.
Friday's state of emergency declaration due to the coronavirus pandemic prompts many Twin Cities institutions to suspend operations. Meanwhile, some small consumer businesses get creative.
The former CEO of Recombinetics is launching Xena Cool, a Red Wing-based manufacturer of wearable cool therapy products.
Despite a shortage of 2-ounce spray bottles, the Minneapolis-based company is working to fill orders by March 25.
The former Democratic presidential candidate has proposed new legislation that would narrow antitrust immunity and enable civil penalties.
The state program has distributed $344,000 to Minnesota startup companies.
In South Minneapolis, construction is underway on a project featuring a Lunds & Byerlys grocery store and a 130-unit apartment complex.
The bank has unveiled plans to lease all three floors of the historic Temple Opera Building in Duluth.
Once he retires, he’ll serve as a paid consultant for a year.
Life Time Work will occupy the top three floors of the Thirty office development in the former YMCA building.