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Nurses to March for PPE and Transparency

The Minnesota Nurses Association plans to march to the capital, demanding equipment and higher safety standards.

Land O’Lakes Flips the Switch on Rural Wi-Fi

The company and its partners plan to open up over 100 free Wi-Fi locations throughout the United States.

In Memoriam: Ken Melrose, Philanthropist and Former Toro CEO

He’s remembered for steering Toro from the brink of bankruptcy and donating millions to causes in Minnesota and elsewhere.

Minnesota Public Radio Implements Buyouts, Furloughs

The nonprofit media group says it’s facing its “biggest financial test” amid Covid-19.

Starkey Hearing Foundation Suspends Programming

The Minneapolis-based nonprofit has suspended its U.S. and international programs and annual benefit due to pandemic-induced restrictions.

Handsome Cycles Pedals Into Record Sales

The Minneapolis-based bicycle manufacturer has swapped test rides for video consultations.

Star Tribune Data Breach?

Maybe not, newspaper spokesman says, but users are urged to change passwords anyway.

Will Private Jets Soar Because of Covid-19?

As airlines cut back on services and executives worry about Covid-19 exposure, the private jet biz stands to benefit.

801 Chophouse Turns Its Back on Nicollet Mall

Why the luxe steakhouse is clashing with the city of Minneapolis.

Marvin’s CEO Avoids Layoffs Despite Sales Downturn

Paul Marvin says temporary furloughs will help manufacturer respond to 15 to 25 percent order declines.

Reimagining Minnesota’s Tourism Industry

The bottom line for many businesses in the tourism industry is more about survival than profit. And it may be like that for some time.

Malls Plan for an Altered State of Shopping

Mall of America, Rosedale shelve expansion plans to focus on safety, service, and reimagining the bricks and mortar experience.

Galaxy Drive-In's New Operator

After years of searching, Owner Steven Schussler taps local bank chairman and restaurant owner as the space-themed drive-in's operator.

How Small Businesses are Turning Panic into Power

In times of uncertainty, small businesses get creative.

Firefly and TruStone Announce Merger Plans

The combined organization will have more than $3 billion in assets, leaders say.

Curbside Shopping Won’t Save Small Retailers

What’s selling and what’s next as “non-essential” stores open for pickups this week and look for new ways to connect with shoppers.

Health Providers Prep for the Return of Elective Surgeries

Mayo Clinic and Allina Health say they’re taking steps to recommence elective health care procedures.

Minnesota Approved for Over $2B in PPP Loans

More than $175 billion has been approved nationally in the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program.

‘Micro Wedding’ Trend Gains Appeal in Pandemic

With large-scale gatherings off the table for the foreseeable future, Gretchen Culver, founder and owner of Rocket Science Events, launches Minne Weddings to help couples keep tying the knot.

How New Technology Helps in a Crisis

From farm to factory, AI offers greater efficiencies and helps to meet customer needs.

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