When the pandemic first hit last spring and turned the economy upside down, many pundits were quick to write obituaries for operators of co-working office spaces. How could they survive
The state’s economic recovery in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic is losing steam. In a sobering new assessment from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, the agency’s
Steve Grove is trying to help. Really. Grove, commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), knows that the pandemic economy has been tough for many Minnesotans.
On Tuesday, Minnesota’s budget office released new figures showing the state will have a healthy surplus in the current biennium. The news will likely ratchet up pressure on lawmakers to
Despite the ongoing pandemic and the evaporation of many jobs, the housing market keeps cooking. Trade association Housing First Minnesota reports that builders pulled permits for 701 single-family homes across
Undeterred by Covid, the winter festival, Jan. 28 to Feb. 7 will include art installations, winter walks, virtual concerts, and conversations about climate change.
Three local entrepreneurs with more than 20 years of experience in the salon and fitness apparel industries just launched a line of face masks designed for ease of wear on
Despite having to go virtual with the conference kicking off Thursday, Food, Ag, Ideas Week is beefing up its agenda with special focus on minority entrepreneurs, support for small companies,