MN Legislature Creates Workers’ Comp Presumption for Frontline Workers

Health care, child care, and first responders are all included, but grocery store workers and others in high-risk jobs are not.

Medtronic to Produce, Sell Lower-Cost Ventilator in U.S.

The medical device maker says a Foxconn plant in Wisconsin will produce a line of smaller, portable ventilators.

Twin Cities Gourmet Popcorn Brand Pops into Partnership with Edible Arrangements

Maddy & Maize is now the international franchisor’s sole popcorn provider.

How Working from Home Will Forever Change Office Culture

Work culture expert and author Jody Thompson offers advice on managing a remote workforce.

Via’s Vintage Operates Via Online

The Twin Cities staple vintage store closes the storefront in shutdown, but owner keeps it operational online.

Shipt Employees Call for More Protections During Pandemic

A group of gig workers for Target’s delivery service said they’re no longer taking delivery orders over safety concerns.

Walz Extends Stay-at-Home Order, Lifts Some Restrictions on Small Businesses

The governor has asked Minnesotans to stay home as much as possible through May 4, but he’s also expanded the list of “essential” businesses.

Mayo to Test Plasma Treatment for Covid-19

Mayo leads efforts in developing convalescent plasma therapy as a treatment for Covid-19.

Xcel Energy Selling Mankato Energy Center for $680 Million

The utility provider had just acquired power plant in January.

How Soona Operates Without a Studio

Co-founder Liz Giorgi pivots to remote video shoots and ramps up online customer service.

3M to Import 166.5 Million Face Masks

Over the next three months, 3M will import millions N95 respirators in collaboration with the Trump administration.

Home Listings, Pending Sales Drop Amid Covid-19

February median sales price had been near all-time high.

Pikup App Aims to Help Neighbors in Need

The Pikup app was originally geared toward college students. Now, it’s being used to help cut down on grocery store trips.

Make Way for the Side Hustlers

Working multiple jobs is becoming a norm.

Spin-Free Crisis Communications

When a company's credibility is under siege, leaders need to be honest with customers, take responsbility for problems, and clearly explain how they will address serious issues.

The Pharmacy Sickness

Independent pharmacies are failing at a catastrophic rate, driving competition down and prices up. Is there a cure?

Princeton Farmer and Entrepreneur Sows New Revenue Streams

The owner of Iron Shoe Farm turns to direct-to-consumer sales to ride out the pandemic.

Minnesota AG Sees More than 700 Price Gouging Complaints

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.

The Pandemic-Induced Pivot of the Mental Health Industry

To mitigate the risk of in-person therapy sessions, clinics are using teletherapy to offer services to clients. But increased financial concerns act as barriers to the increased need for help.

HOM Furniture’s CEO On How Mid-Sized Retailers Survive Covid-19

Rod Johansen talks store opening delays, supply chain challenges, and why local companies with more than 500 employees get stuck in the middle.

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