As Minneapolis city leaders put together a security plan for the Derek Chauvin trial next month, a Lake Street business owner wants to make sure businesses like his aren't forgotten.
The Biden administration is readying changes to the PPP aimed at targeting assistance to businesses that employ 20 or fewer workers and those that are minority-owned.
Some Minnesota business owners are finding that the forgivable PPP loan they received during the pandemic is subject to the state's corporate income tax.
A busy weekend was a change of pace for the restaurant owners who said this last year has been challenging.
In response to decreasing COVID-19 positivity rates and hospitalizations in Minnesota, Governor Tim Walz is loosening restrictions on capacity limits for restaurants and other indoor venues.
While the Minnesota governor is proposing to allocate $150 million toward businesses damaged or destroyed in the May riots, lawmakers are divided over how the state will fund the cost.
A Bloomington father and son have turned their love of rockets and need for speed into a passion for making masks.
Thanks to some pandemic creativity, a restaurant in Waconia, Minnesota is now trying something uniquely Minnesotan: delivering food and beer via snowmobile across frozen Lake Waconia.
It was an oasis in a food desert in south Minneapolis that was forced to find a new home. After three years, the Good Grocer is ready to reopen its doors and renew its mission.
After a customer's rallying cry on social media, Minnesotans are coming out in force to support an Eagan donut shop that was struggling financially amid the pandemic.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
Ahead of the governor's announcement on loosened restrictions on indoor dining, restaurant owners are prepping for the shift.
Restaurants in Buffalo and St. Paul are the latest to have their licenses suspended for violating the Governor’s executive order restricting indoor, in-person dining in the state of Minnesota.
Assistant Attorney General Elizabeth Odette laid out the state’s case against Lakeville bar Alibi Drinkery’s owner Lisa Monet Zarza in a court hearing in Dakota County Tuesday.
Several temporary programs included in Minnesota's COVID-19 relief package are now available to help small businesses weather the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic,
For the second day, Alibi Drinkery in Lakeville was open and in violation of state orders and full of customers - one carrying his copy of the U.S. Constitution.
This holiday season, all restaurant owners want for Christmas is to stay in business.
More than a century before food delivery services like Bite Squad and GrubHub, for four generations, a family-owned business cornered the market on delivering dairy products door-to-door in the Twin Cities.
With restrictions in place in Minnesota, stores still saw plenty of foot traffic on Friday, but the COVID-19 pandemic made it a Black Friday like no other.
Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, a national initiative to shop local and break away from large box stores. However, this year shoppers will notice a few changes because of COVID-19.