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Gateway Economic Development Corporation picks new director- Welcome to Montana Sheldon Bartel

Members of Gateway Economic Development Corporation have chosen a new executive director to replace Lynn Robson, who retired earlier this year. By CHRISTINA QUINN, IR Business Writer Sheldon Bartel, former executive director of Uptown Community...

The Economic Impact of Research Parks: An Arizona Example

Generating $48.7 million in tax revenues to local and state governments and 5,949 direct jobs, the 31 tenants of the University of Arizona Science & Technology Park had an estimated direct impact in excess of...

Take advantage of the fire dollars – for your local economy

This message is from Steve Simonson: I attended the National Fire Plan Update meeting held in Missoula this past Tuesday and feel that MEDA members need to be informed of some of the opportunities that...

Companies Must Prepare For ‘E-Discovery’

Litigation in the electronic age is fundamentally different from 20, or even 10 years ago, experts say. The culprit – an exponential increase in the number of virtual "documents" stored in countless hard drives is...

20% of California’s energy soon to be green

The state remains on track to get 20 percent of its electric power from renewable sources such as wind, solar or hydropower, Gov. Gray Davis told a group of Silicon Valley business leaders Thursday. By...

Denver urged to sweeten pot for firms on the move

Expert: Quality of life not enough to pull in businesses Denver lags behind other cities in providing incentives to attract and retain jobs, according to a report presented Thursday to the Metro Denver Network. By...

From horse’s mouth: Managers learn ‘gentler’s’ technique for office

They arrive at Mountainview Ranch hoping to find the wise, wind-swept cowboy that Robert Redford plays in the movie "The Horse Whisperer." They agree this is wistful foolishness, until Louis Wood makes his entrance on...

Park officials, business interests, enviros debate potential pay offs of ‘bioprospecting’

A few years ago, corporate researchers discovered something valuable in one of Yellowstone National Park’s deep, colorful thermal pools. By MIKE STARK Gazette Wyoming Bureau A tiny microorganism found by San Diego-based Diversa Corp. had...

Determining Your Least Favorite Tasks Can Help Your Business

Many entrepreneurs make a careful analysis of their personal likes and dislikes when deciding on what type of business to start. It’s important and valuable, because people are more likely to be successful when doing...

Protecting Your Critical Business Information With The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Computerization has evolved to the stage where nearly every business maintains its vital information on computers. by: Nathaniel (Nick) Akerman Dorsey & Whiteney LLP Fortunately, the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)1 has emerged...

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