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Land O’Lakes CEO Beth Ford Adapts to Volatility

As consumer product demands shift, cooperative raises front-line workers pay during the crisis.

Layoffs Reach Beyond Bars, Restaurants

As the Covid-19 pandemic deepens, companies in other industries are starting to lay off workers.

Mischief Toy Store Halts ‘Quarantine Care Packages’

After offering curbside pickup and quarantine care packages, Mischief’s co-owner Dan Marshall closes shop following the governor’s stay-at-home order.

Mall of America to Reopen for Blood Drives

Starting April 7, the Mall of America will open up its North Atrium for Red Cross blood drives. The rest of the shopping center remains closed.

Essentia Health Puts 500 Staffers on Unpaid Leave

The health care provider is forecasting a 20 to 40 percent drop in revenue.

Target Issues Bonds to Raise $2.5B

The retailer looks to bolster its balance sheet amid a “fluid outlook” for the economy.

In Troubling Times, Candyland Offers Something Sweet

Candyland president Brenda Lamb uses delivery and curbside pickup to continue selling sweets.

Great Clips Lays Off 63 Headquarters Staffers

Economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to spread.

Minnesota Medtech Steps Up

While coronavirus continues to take its toll on Minnesota, the medical technology sector makes strides to providing more testing and protection equipment.

Eight Percent of Minnesota Workers Filed Unemployment in Last Two Weeks

The deluge of jobless claims isn't slowing down.

Refining Social Media Messaging in a Time of Social Distancing

As governments around the country issue stay-at-home orders, BK&Co. Founder Betsey Kershaw helps clients communicate through the crisis.

Love Your Melon Finds Way to Protect Young Cancer Patients From Covid-19

The Minneapolis beanie brand will donate 50,000 masks to children’s hospitals and clinics over the next two weeks.

Finnovation Lab Presses Ahead to Assist Social Impact Startups

Applications open April 1 for a fellowship program that offers entrepreneurs $53,000 each in stipends and mentorship.

How a Restaurant Design Firm Moves Forward While Everyone’s Closed

Shea Inc.'s Tanya Spaulding on ripple effects for the restaurant industry.

Faribault Woolen Mill Co. Keeps Spinning—Government Orders

The iconic woolen mill has supplied the military with blankets since World War I, and during the pandemic, it’s being called upon again.

Even Before Covid-19, Minnesota Logged Small Job Loss

State now tops 180,000 unemployment filings since March 16.

Zoom Hacks from Local Pros

Tips and tricks for making the best of video conferencing.

Specialty Dental Practice Pivots to Telemedicine During Coronavirus Closure

Dental practices have ground to an abrupt halt due to Covid-19. Dr. Cory Herman and his partners made a quick switch to serve patients from afar.

Target Scales Back Construction Plans to Keep Up with Immediate Demand

Sales in food, beverage, and home essentials are up 50 percent for late March, but higher-margin discretionary categories are down.

Salons Can’t Offer Takeout. Juut Salon Spa Owner David Wagner on Industry Impact

How "high touch" businesses like salons and spas will endure a prolonged closure.

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