Category: Business

Porsche is working on its own synthetic fuel

Porsche has already entered the electric car market with its all-new Taycan. Porsche has further plans to stick with combustion engines as well. They say they are working on their own fuel that has the potential to burn as clean as electric vehicles and have the same carbon footprint. The claims surrounding this synthetic fuel are that there is no […]

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St. Cloud airport adds more flights

St. Cloud airport adds more flights

After a hard year for airports and airlines, the St. Cloud Regional Airport is hoping to bring about some changes in the 2021 year. Allegiant Airlines has announced that they will be expanding destinations you can go to at the St. Cloud Airport. This could hopefully bring more travelers to and from the area, along with an increase in economic […]

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Jupiter Moon Ice Cream Opens In St. Joseph

Jupiter Moon Ice Cream Opens In St. Joseph

The pandemic has proven to be a challenge for many businesses, causing lots to shut down, but it can be an opportunity for others to start up. UTVS News Reporter Kenny Johnson was able to get the scoop on the new ice cream store ‘Jupiter Moon’ which just opened in downtown St. Joseph. The business started as an ice-cream cart […]

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Uncovering the vinyl community

Uncovering the vinyl community

Vinyl record sales have been booming this year. Our own UTVS news reporter Kenny Johnson was able to travel to the Twin Cities to uncover why this community has been growing bigger in 2020. Watch the full story below.

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U.S. Bancorp finances $50 million towards small businesses

U.S. Bancorp finances $50 million towards small businesses

U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation (USBCDC), is financing $50 million to help provide loans through the Small Business Adminstration (SBA). The loans will help struggling small businesses. USBCDC is the tax credit and community investment subsidiary of U.S. Bank, which is based in Minneapolis. The money will go to seven community development financial institution (CDFI) customers. Each CDFI recieves between […]

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Great River Energy headquarters in Maple Grove, MN utilizes 100% green energy.

Great River Energy to Close Coal Plant, Invest in Renewables

Coal Fired Plant in North Dakota to Close in 2022. Minnesota energy producer Great River Energy released a plan Thursday to close the largest coal-fired plant in North Dakota as it aims to move towards renewable energy resources. The company looks to replace most of the lost energy with wind farms in Minnesota by 2023. Additionally, the plan states that […]

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Amazon Engineer Quits After Company Fired Workers

Amazon Engineer Quits After Company Fired Workers

Tim Bray shows integrity by standing up for fired employees Tim Bray, a senior engineer at Amazon, resigned on Friday over concerns about the company’s decision to fire workers who were outspoken critics of its labor practices. Amazon has fired multiple warehouse employees who criticized the working conditions at Amazon facilities. In a blog post, Bray said he snapped when […]

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Small Business Lawsuit

Title Boxing and several other small businesses in Minnesota are asking for a fighting chance with Governor Tim Walz because of the potential extension of the stay at home order which is threatening many small business. Small businesses have been losing costumers, to big stores like Walmart, since their doors have been shut due to the stay at home orders. […]

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New Guidelines for Re-Opening Buildings and Facilities in St. Cloud

New Guidelines for Re-Opening Buildings and Facilities in St. Cloud

A new executive order from Gov. Tim Walz allows non-customer facing businesses to reopen if they have a COVID19 Preparedness Plan in place. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidelines reminding business owners that their water systems should be flushed before re-opening buildings and facilities after the prolonged shutdown due to COVID-19 restrictions When a building has been […]

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Some Organizations Banning Zoom

Some Organizations Banning Zoom

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, and social distancing becoming the new normal. Many companies and organizations have had to find new ways to communicate with their employers. Many organizations have found Zoom to be their top pick. Even schools and local governments where using Zoom at the beginning of the pandemic. Recently. Due to Zoom’s recent security breaches many companies […]

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