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Isilon founder lifts the hood on farming startup Carbon Robotics and its weed zapping machine

Carbon’s tech holds the promise of reducing the cost of growing organic vegetables so that they no longer cost a whole paycheck.

Solving the Cyber Workforce and Skills Shortage – 4/16 – 10:30 – 12:00 MST – Online

The United States is facing massive shortfalls in cybersecurity personnel and skills for cyber jobs, a shortage that is increasingly critical as cybersecurity threats become more complex and widespread. 

Minneapolis Federal Reserve

Tell the Minneapolis Fed: Current conditions at your organization

We are partnering with state and local chambers of commerce, economic development associations, and other business groups in each state to collect your feedback.

Why universal childcare is the crucial infrastructure the economy needs

The U.S. lags behind many other countries in both paid leave and accessible childcare, and it’s costing women and hurting the economy.

Counties Need Good Recreation Economy Data to Secure Necessary Funding

Better quality data could mean more funding for recreation counties.

Idaho companies begging for job applicants

Turn off the news and pay close attention to our neighbors. Boise businesses are hiring all over the place with one major problem, they can’t find anyone to work with.

NASA provides $45 million boost to U.S. small businesses

Three-hundred and sixty five small business proposals were selected for SBIR and STTR programs based on technical merit and commercial potential, including six composite companies.

DOE Awards $110 Million to Small Businesses Pursuing Scientific, Clean Energy, and Climate Solutions

102 Projects Across America will Receive Seed Funding to Launch New Ideas to Market That Will Create Jobs

Job Training That’s Free Until You’re Hired

Social Finance, a nonprofit, is spreading a model in which training programs get paid if students get hired, not just if they enroll.

Corporate leaders: Companies should work against anti-LGBTQ bills in Texas, other states

As four of the largest food companies and major employers in the United States, we view the growing number of anti-LGBTQ+ bills under consideration in state legislatures, including those that target transgender people and particularly children, with increasing alarm.