layoffs

boston scientific

Boston Scientific to lay off 106 employees in January

It comes as the company recalls and retires an aortic valve system.

radio

2 Twin Cities morning show radio personalities laid off Monday

Steve-O had been by Dave Ryan's side at KDWB for well over a decade.

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Coronavirus: Mall of America hotel laying off nearly 100 workers

The Radisson Hotel Group earlier this month laid off workers from its downtown Minneapolis hotel.

hotel

Minneapolis hotel plans to layoff more than 120 employees

The Radisson Blue in Minneapolis says reduced travel due to the pandemic has forced them to layoff workers.

hudson news

More permanent layoffs for workers at MSP airport shops

It's the latest round of layoffs affecting airport employees due to declining air travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

msp airport

More than 400 MSP Airport restaurant workers to be laid off

"Never in the history of aviation and the hospitality industry, have we experienced such catastrophic customer traffic declines."

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Up to 92 layoffs coming at 3 MSP restaurants as air travel remains low

Barrio, Stone Arch and Lake Wine could see permanent layoffs.

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Science Museum of Minnesota cutting staff by almost 40 percent

The museum estimates it's lost out on 245,000 visitors in the time it's been closed.

verso Duluth Mill arial

2 companies announce mass layoffs in Minnesota due to COVID-19

Verso to layoff 225 in Duluth, MRCI has laid off 300 people since mid-March.

Guthrie theater

Coronavirus: Guthrie Theater lays off more than 200 employees

The Guthrie's largest source of income is ticket sales. It hasn't had a performance since March.

Minnesota Zoo

Facing coronavirus challenges, MN Zoo lays off dozens of workers

Overall, 125 positions will be impacted in some way.

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Significant layoffs at Twin Cities radio stations SKOR North, MyTalk, KS95

The economic toll of the coronavirus has hit media very hard.

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Economic toll of COVID-19 leads to significant layoffs on the Iron Range

Statewide, around 500,000 workers have applied for unemployment since March 16.