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UnitedHealth Group Donates to Help Communities Rebuild

In the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, the Minnetonka health insurer has pledged funds and volunteer hours to the Twin Cities.

Capturing Your Audience’s Attention in a Digital World

As event planners adjust to virtual events, strategy is key.

Battered by Unrest, Twin Cities Stores Reconsider Reopening Plans

Several stores remained boarded up on Monday, while some adjusted operating hours.

Leadership Vacuum

A night of anarchy left local business and citizenry looking for leadership, which was in short supply.

After Riots, Business Owners Plan Next Steps

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, looting rocked storefronts in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Riots Destroy $30M Affordable Housing Project

The Midtown Corner project had been slated to open in spring 2021.

Protests Tear Up Lake Street; Minneapolis Leaders Call for Peace

Minneapolis city leaders acknowledged the community’s trauma following the police killing of George Floyd, but emphasized the need for peace.

Rosedale, MOA Close Doors to Take Protest Precautions

Concerns about looting spread to suburban malls.

Businesses Appear Skittish in PPP’s Second Round

The first wave of Paycheck Protection Program funding ran out in a few days, but there’s still money left in the second round. Many companies have lingering questions about loan forgiveness.

Medtronic Sales Slide 26 Percent in Q4

CEO says that the company’s financial position “remains strong.”

Speech-Language Pathologist Used Furlough to Launch Wellness Startup

Alison Weinlaeder launched Cardiomelon, a St. Paul-based fitness subscription platform that pairs cognitive and physical exercises, in April as a way to help herself and her former patients.

As Digital Sales Soar, Target Rolls Out Instagram Shopping

The company says it’s the first mass retailer to place its products on Instagram Checkout.

Megamall Falling Behind on Mega-Mortgage

Mall of America owners look to modify loan amid Covid-19 crunch.

Minnesota State Fair Is Off

In a statement, general manager Jerry Hammer said canceling the fair is “the right thing to do.”

‘Rug Pulled Out from Under Us:’ Gym Owners Face Uncertain Future

Many gym owners in Minnesota were expecting to reopen on June 1. Now, it’s not clear when they’ll be permitted to resume operations.

Best Buy’s Earnings, Revenue Slide in Q1

Even with online sales up, the company’s revenue fell in the quarter.

Minneapolis Regional Chamber, TwinWest Chamber of Commerce to Merge

The consolidation was discussed pre-pandemic, but the current situation propelled the process.

Minnesota Unemployment Rate Hits 8.1 Percent

More than 695,000 Minnesotans have applied for unemployment insurance since mid-March.

Target Sees Digital Sales Up 141 Percent

Sales were up strongly, but profits drop for first quarter.

Edina’s Galleria No Longer For Sale Amid Pandemic

Retail property sales dropped 84 percent across U.S. in April.

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