A Minneapolis entrepreneur is organizing a special flea market highlighting Black business owners.
Lord Fletcher’s restaurant, a lakeside restaurant on Lake Minnetonka, announced Tuesday it will close until the spring after reporting three confirmed COVID-19 cases among its staff.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz started a series of listening sessions with small businesses owners to see what more the state can do to help them during the pandemic.
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe says it has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the state of Minnesota to study entrepreneurism in its economy and the feasibility of a business incubator program.
A hospitality union representing employees of Minneapolis-based Surly Brewing Company said the company and its employees have agreed on a fair election process to certify a union.
A small business owner in south Minneapolis is committed to helping businesses that were impacted by the riots following the death of George Floyd.
The Mall of America says it will open some of its space to Twin Cities businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and civil unrest.
On a normal Vikings game day in Minneapolis, more than 70,000 people would pack U.S. Bank Stadium to cheer on the purple and gold, but this Sunday was anything but normal.
Employees at Minneapolis-based Spyhouse Coffee and Fair State Brewing Cooperative voted to unionize this week, joining a growing list of Twin Cities establishments that have already done so.
Minnesota breweries already struggling financially due to the pandemic are preparing for their next big challenge: surviving through the slower winter season.
Entrepreneur by trade, new ideas aren’t unusual for Mike Reger, but his latest venture is unlike any he or anyone else for that matter has ever had before.
If you visit, the sign on their front door says it all, “Masks optional, no enforcement here.”
The federal government is making available more help for businesses that were damaged or destroyed during the riots after the death of George Floyd.
Minnesota businesses and residents affected by the civil unrest on May 27 through June 8, 2020, can now apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic are receiving funding from the CARES Act to help keep their businesses afloat.
Minnesota banks want people to empty their piggy banks of coins to help alleviate a national coin shortage.
The outlook for many Minnesota restaurants has improved from a few months ago, but many other continue to struggle due to tight margins and dwindling cash reserves.
The powdered beverage company Country Time is issuing stimulus checks to children who have had to shutter their summertime lemonade stands due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
The Lake Street Council is awarding $2.8 million in grants through its recovery fund to businesses that were damaged or destroyed during the Minneapolis riots following the death of George Floyd.