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Meet the man who wants to electrify every building in America – Montana PSC warns natural gas bills could rise 50% or more

Donnel Baird’s startup, BlocPower, has already electrified 1,200 low-income buildings in New York City—and he’s just getting started.

Own Nothing and Love It

The conversion of the high-rise office space into what urbanist Richard Florida describes as the “the last relic of the industrial age“ suggests a future more likely dispersed than concentrated. The shift to remote work covers a large part of the workforce which historically filled high-rise offices—media, analysts, programmers, marketers, and designers.

CBS Evening News – Boise is least affordable housing market, study says

Some of the least affordable housing markets in the U.S. are not what you’d expect. Mark Strassmann takes a look at the housing boom in Boise, Idaho.

If You Think the Great Resignation Is Bad, Just Wait Until January

With year-end increases and bonuses in hand, will your employees head out the door?

Is There Any Gold to Mine in the Graying of America?

“If we put up barriers to the kinds of changes that need to happen to have a thriving and prosperous population and society, we’re going to lose our shirt in the global marketplace.”

Quality Customer Service Took Priority Early in the Pandemic. Small Businesses Now Say It’s Even More Vital

Supply chain struggles, increased customer demand, and Covid-19 safety restrictions have forced business owners to rethink their communication strategy. Here’s how they’ve managed it.

Your Job Listing Is Riddled With Red Flags. Here Are the 5 Most Common

Just because employers are blind to them, that doesn’t mean candidates are.

Devious ‘Tardigrade’ Malware Hits Biomanufacturing Facilities

The surprisingly sophisticated attack is “actively spreading” throughout the industry.

Chobani Is Going Public. Its ‘Anti-CEO’ Founder Won’t Be The Only Employee Who Could See A Big Payday

When Chobani goes public, some of its hourly workers could stand to make $1 million or more in stock awards, an uncommon outcome in an industry rarely lauded for its treatment of workers.

State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI)

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed The American Rescue Plan Act, which provided $10 billion to fund the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI). SSBCI will fund state, territory, and Tribal government small business credit support and investment programs.