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Internet pathfinder leading battle against barriers to innovation

Want some face time with Internet pioneers Vint Cerf and David Farber? Carl Malamud has a raffle he’d like you to enter. By Dan Gillmor Mercury News Technology Columnist You don’t have to send money,...

Delta service: Some cities to receive more nonstop service to Salt Lake City

HELENA (AP) — Delta Air Lines announced Wednesday plans to improve Montana service between its hub in Salt Lake City and the cities of Helena, Great Falls and Kalispell, effective April 7. By the Associated...

No vote on Butte economic efforts

Butte voters will not decide whether tax dollars will continue going toward economic development. As allowed by state law, commissioners will make that decision as part of the budgeting process. By Roberta Forsell Stauffer of...

vSpring Capital Closes on a New $120 Million Fund targeting companies in the Intermountain West with emphasis on Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – March 12, 2002 – vSpring Capital, headquartered in Salt Lake City, announced today that it has closed on a new $120 million venture capital fund. vSpring will focus on investments in...

Ecology Center in Missoula coordinates computer recycling and training

We have a program here at the Ecology Center, in Missoula MT to recycle used and end-of-life computers to individuals in our community. In some ways it works out well. I have a few apprentices...

SBA’s Main Lending Program Faces Deep Cut for Fiscal 2003

The Small Business Administration’s main lending program, hostage to a squabble between legislators and the Bush Administration, could be cut in half just as an apparent economic recovery sends entrepreneurs scrambling for loans to fund...

Lost in Space-As Retailers Shut Stores, Empty Retail Space Is Problem for Some Communities

For many suburban communities, space could be the final frontier. By Catherine Valenti ABC News Space right here on Earth, that is. Last week’s announcement that Kmart plans to shut 284 stores is just the...

Accessibility in mind

USU-based project helps make Web sites ‘friendly’ for users with disabilities By Lois M. Collins Deseret News staff writer By law, federal Web sites and those of entities the government does business with must be...

Environment Friendly: Research focuses on biodegradable box

ALBANY — TUCKED AWAY, a gallop across the freeway from Golden Gate Fields, the Western Regional Research Center is easy to overlook. By Alec Rosenberg Business Writer, (If anywone knows the contact info for a...

Coming soon to a forest near you

It’s been tough for loggers in the West as the Forest Service steadily reduces timber harvests on public lands. Now it will get even tougher as the timber industry turns against its own. by Mark...

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