Partnership with Amazon moved forward as passengers mostly grounded.
The Minneapolis marketing firm’s CEO explains why now is actually the perfect time to come out with an updated brand story and vision.
The Minnesota recreational vehicle manufacturer reported a more than $5 million loss in its first quarter.
The iconic ice cream shop expanded to statewide distribution out of its original Marshall Avenue location where it started 20 years ago.
At a Wednesday press conference, the governor voiced support for the move but emphasized the importance of worker safety.
Imprint Engine went from providing marketing solutions to personal protective equipment. Partner Zach Sussman discusses the logistical challenges a pandemic presents.
The company says it aims to minimize employee impacts with the cuts.
The Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild asks for permission to sell beer in 12- to 64-ounce containers. The group is also calling for suspension of regulatory fees.
] North House Folk School in Grand Marais adds content creation to its list of skills.
DOT ruling allows the carrier to operate skeleton service with government aid.
Executives take a pay cut while frontline workers get a 10 percent wage increase for May and more protective gear in stores.
After acquiring San Diego-based Empyr, the company plans to launch a new venture known as “Figg.”
Many senior care facilities rely on revenue from short-term stays after elective procedures, which have been largely halted during the pandemic.
The health insurance startup is also adding former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt to its board.
Minneapolis franchise owner Ashok Dhariwal on the quick pivot that’s keeping many yoga instructors on the payroll.
Though demand for ventilators remains high, there’s been a significant downturn in sales of the company’s other products.
The retailer also extends temporary $2 an hour wage boost for employees.
The pitch? Free, same-day delivery of medications.
The 25 finalists in the annual e-Fest at University of St. Thomas will each be awarded $3,000.
The Minnesota Retailers Association issues a step-by-step plan to reopen retail businesses. The owner of Patina explains the urgency.