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Bush Foundation giving $50M to descendants of enslaved people
The Open Road Fund is the first of its kind in Minnesota and one of the first large-scale programs nationwide that ties grants to the descendants of slavery.
Minnesota job market remains resilient despite layoffs
Layoffs spiked in May, and hiring in the auto, tech and retail sectors was the worst since 2016.
Groups rushing to prepare unauthorized immigrants for Minnesota driver's ID change
The law goes in effect in October, and advocates hope it will give an economic lift to immigrant families.
Shutterfly/Lifetouch demolishes one of its Eden Prairie buildings along I-494
The result will be greenspace on the company's campus.
Andersen Corp. tackles labor shortage by becoming a more inclusive workplace
The Bayport company, like many others in Minnesota, faces a monumental challenge in filling open positions.
Reversing Minnesota's declining immigration numbers could rebuild a shrinking labor force
Immigration has plunged since 2015, but a reversal could help combat the state's labor shortage.
Jostens in Bloomington is latest company to downsize office space
Jostens will sublease two of its three floors of headquarters space in a Bloomington building.
How a Mexican immigrant turned his Austin auto shop into a thriving small business
West Oakland Auto Repair won the U.S. Small Business Administration's Minority-Owned Small Business of the Year in Minnesota.
More snow on the way, with a range of 1 to 5 inches
1"-5" of snow expected in Twin Cities Sunday night, much of rest of Minnesota could see measurable snow. Meteorologists swear it will melt quickly.
Minnesota worker shortages turned a corner by midyear 2022 — but are far from over
A state of Minnesota study released Friday showed that health care and retail were the sectors with the most job vacancies.