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A Florida family has bought this home at 7317 Auto Club Road in Bloomington as a place to have vacations close to relatives in the area. (Submitted photo: Spacecrafting)

Lucky folks in Minnesota buy second homes Florida, Arizona or other warm destinations to escape winters here.

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The pilot pairs five male executives with five female executives from different companies as mentors.

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Alatus’ 350-unit The Berkman apartments, shown here under construction in July 2019, were the most expensive private development built in Rochester last year, with construction costs of $59 million. Total private investment in the downtown Destination Medical Center district last year set a record of $272.1 million. (File photo: Bill Klotz)

Now it wants to keep that momentum going despite economic and public health crises in 2020.

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Perkins and Will Managing Director Tony Layne sees his job in office design as one that combines sustainability with making spaces attractive to workers. (Submitted photo)

Like many people have started doing recently, Tony Layne is working at home this week.

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Three 1940’s era pump jacks sit idle above oil wells Aug. 14, 2008, on a private residence overlooking Bradford, Pennsylvania. “Stripper wells” produce no more than 15 barrels of oil per day with some pumping much less. Many remaining Bradford wells were initially drilled in the 1870’s when an oil boom hit the northern Pennsylvania region. (Bloomberg file photo)

The oil market turmoil sparked by Saudi Arabia and Russia is threatening U.S. jobs.

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The global pause in business that’s pushing companies to the brink of failure hasn’t yet caused a spike in bankruptcies. It will.

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Frisch's Big Boy restaurant employee Nicole Cox bags up an order March 20 of toilet paper, among in-demand items including milk and bread the double-decker burger chain is now offering during the coronavirus outbreak in Cincinnati, Ohio. With business sinking under coronavirus outbreak restrictions, the nation's restaurants are transforming operations and menus to try to stay afloat. (AP Photo: Dan Sewell)

Across the United States, restaurateurs are transforming operations to try to stay afloat.

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