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"Negotiate Effectively and Create Win-Win Solutions Without Giving In" MSU

The Montana State University Extension Service is sponsoring a women’s leadership course on June 14, 2002 as part of Extension’s "Woman’s Week" event. The course, called "Negotiate Effectively and Create Win-Win Solutions Without Giving In"...

Hug a Logger, Not a Tree – Alfred the Wolf meets his match.

The idea first hit Bruce Vincent as he was walking out of a Montana middle school in 1997. Mr. Vincent, president of the League of Rural Voters, had just finished giving a talk to a...

Entrepreneurship thrives in Pittsburgh despite technology, dot.com downturn

Across the nation and here in Western Pennsylvania, many people have been quick to write the obituary of the so-called "new economy." Technology stock prices have all but collapsed, "dot.coms" are dying by the dozen,...

UW students’ high-tech business plan a winner

Four University of Washington students earned $25,000 and an opportunity to walk the walk when their idea for a high-tech company won the UW business school’s entrepreneurial business plan competition Tuesday. By Lisa Heyamoto Seattle...

Stevensville Business Brings National Recognition to Montana

Montana technology consulting firm eMoe.net has been awarded a distinguished Pollie award by the American Association of Political Consultants. The award was given in the category of “Best National Grassroots Website” for work eMoe.net has...

Magnet experiment earns students trip to NASA center in Alabama

NASA is using magnets to attract kids to space science. Bozeman High School students in teacher Marty Stuart’s earth and space science class have been trying out an experiment created by NASA. It challenges kids...

Tech firm lays off 21 more

ILX Lightwave laid off 21 Bozeman-based employees Wednesday, bringing the number of local workers released by the company in the past year to 125. By JACOB GOLDSTEIN Chronicle Staff Writer The move was the high-tech...

Startup builds a mini-mini PC

Antelope Technologies will build hand-size PCs based on a computer design from IBM as the mini-mini-mini-computer market takes shape. By Michael Kanellos Special to ZDNet News The Denver-based start-up is going to build PCs that...

Wearable computer creates personal connection and draws stares

One day we may all resemble the half-mechanical Borg from “Star Trek,” with miniature computer displays glued in front of one eye and a glazed look in the other as we wirelessly surf the Internet...

Davidson campaign promotes education

Connecting the dots between education and economic development, Ian Davidson launched a statewide campaign Tuesday to support higher education in Montana. "When you talk about economic development, interestingly enough it always comes back to education,"...

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