CoSchedule confirms layoffs, Crunch Fitness opens, Bismarck Borrowed Bucks closes

In this week's Business Beat podcast, we hear about layoffs at Fargo tech company CoSchedule and a new fitness center opening in the former Toys 'R' Us location.

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In this week's Business Beat rundown, we hear about layoffs at Fargo tech company CoSchedule and a new fitness center opening in the former Toys 'R' Us location.

Plus, we hear about another small-town success story from Tammy Swift.

00:48 CoSchedule confirms layoffs
01:25 Borrowed Bucks in Bismarck closes
02:03 New Taco Shop location revealed
02:38 Crunch Fitness opens in former Toys 'R' Us location
03:22 Hendrum, Minn. baker to breathe new life into abandoned school building

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Stories featured in this episode:
CoSchedule, a marketing platform company that's undergoing renovations at its new downtown Fargo location, confirmed a "small round of layoffs."
The popular nightspot, the last of the concept in North and South Dakota, "had its run," one of the owners told The Forum.
A deal has been struck for the "Home of the Grinder" to slide into the space now occupied by Mi Familia Taco Company.
Take a first look inside Crunch Fitness, the new 35,000-square-foot, $5 million gym in Fargo. Amenities include cardio, circuit, high-intensity interval and free weight training areas.
After successfully starting a business as a cottage baker, Dena Bishop is working with Hendrum, Minnesota, officials to base her Sugar Mama Bakery out of the old Norman County West School.

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