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Local Women’s Professional Group Goes Global During Pandemic

Laura Best’s Passion collective turns to virtual programming; attracts women across the country and beyond.

Energy Companies Urged to Speed Up Projects

Can energy companies help Minnesota’s economy recover from the COVID pandemic?

Legislation Makes PPP Spending More Flexible

But the changes may not be enough, and frustrations linger about the program’s forgiveness application.

Top Business Group Demands Police Reforms

Dozens of chief executives have asked Minnesota legislators to pass reforms to end “unacceptable police behavior.”

Best Buy Unveils Reopening Plans

On June 15, the Richfield-headquartered retailer will reopen more than 800 locations nationwide and bring back more than 9,000 employees.

Increasing Public Trust of Police Among Goals of 2020 Bush Fellowship Recipients

The 24 fellows announced today by the Bush Foundation will receive up to $100,000 each in their work to tackle community issues including housing, health care and education.

Lakeview Industries’ Side Business: Single-Use Face Shields

The Carver company has now sold six million shields, with another two million in inventory.

Matchstick Ventures Pledges to Fight Racism in Startup Community

The Minneapolis-based firm takes specific actions to increase representation of people of color in its portfolio and community while the founder of one of its investment companies, Clarence Bethea, offers advice for other VCs.

Virtual Events to Keep You Plugged In

Digital webinars, conferences, meetings, and more to keep you learning and networking while stuck at home.

Target Pledges $10M for Rebuilding, Social Justice

The money will go toward recovery efforts across the U.S.

Is the New Jobs Report Good? Or Not So Good?

The true unemployment rate is at least 19 percent.

What Will It Take to Fix Minnesota’s Racial Economic Disparities?

Gary Cunningham: Saying the “right things” isn’t going to cut it.

Dorsey & Whitney Ends Misdemeanor Prosecutions Program

In response to the death of George Floyd while in police custody, the local law firm reexamines its own operations.

Best Buy Vows to Stand Up 100 ‘Teen Tech Centers’

The centers, which are aimed at teaching tech skills to underserved youth, are part of CEO’s plan to address racial inequality.

Stratasys Cuts 10 Percent of Global Staff

The company has seen steadily declining sales, net losses.

Minnesota's Pandemic Unemployment Is Below Average

The North Star State is doing better than the nation and its neighboring states, though there's a lot of variation between counties.

3M Taps GE Exec as CFO

As 3M’s Nick Gangestad retires, GE Healthcare’s Monish Patolawala will take over as the Minnesota manufacturer’s new CFO.

UnitedHealth Group Invests Another $100M in Affordable Housing

The commitment will help fund projects across the U.S.

Businesses’ Role in Policing, Policy, and Change

Local leaders weigh in on the business community’s role in driving change following George Floyd’s death.

MN Cup Unveils Semifinalists List

Applications opened for the yearly competition in March.

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