As urban hotels languish with locked doors or limp along with skeleton staffs and 10 percent occupancy, the region’s “up north” resorts are getting ready for a banner summer. Say
“No controlling authority.” It all blends together working on three hours sleep, but I believe it was MSNBC’s Ali Velshi, courageously broadcasting from Lake and Minnehaha, who noted to the
Throughout the late 20th century, after decades of white flight from the city, downtown Minneapolis struggled at the end of the business day. Stores closed at 6 p.m. for lack
In December I attended an elite holiday party where local insiders mingle. An aging legal eagle whose name might be familiar was crowing about his sense that the president was
The greatest challenge for businesses in a pandemic is planning. Reacting too slowly to rapidly changing dynamics could be catastrophic. Preemptively saying goodbye to talent and spending down lines of
The U.S. Department of Transportation acceded to a request by Sun Country Airlines for waivers to allow it to draw down most of its scheduled service yet receive federal CARES
Next to the travel industry no business sector in Minnesota has been as hard hit as restaurants and bars, closed by government order on March 17, nearly six weeks ago.
If you’ve noticed a sudden flood of advertising that is about the Covid-19 pandemic but never explicitly mentions it, you know why Twin Cities advertising executives have been working nights