Some Minnesota businesses are doing well during the pandemic

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The stay-home orders to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus have had a devastating effect on the economy. Many companies are struggling or have gone out of business, but some have adjusted to the change in consumer demand and are thriving. The editor of a publication about Minnesota business talks about what some companies are doing to attract customers during the pandemic.

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Guest:

Allison Kaplan, editor in chief of Twin Cities Business

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