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ClassPass – When She Stopped Hiding Her Heritage, She Channeled Its Strength–And Built a $1 Billion Business

Payal Kadakia, the founder and chairman of ClassPass, reflects on her experience as an Indian-American.

Apple’s $200 million fund aims to fight climate change and boost business

Apple has announced a $200 million investment fund designed to remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere and support sustainable forestry — and to generate financial returns for the company.

Population Gains and Losses Create Two Americas, and the Difference Is Mostly along Rural-Urban Lines

For the past half century, the nation’s smallest counties have lost population about a third of the time. Meanwhile, population growth in the biggest cities was nearly uninterrupted. The difference has big implications for the future of American communities.

How Can Financial Institutions Prepare for AI Risks?

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies hold big promise for the financial services industry, but they also bring risks that must be addressed with the right governance approaches, according to a white paper by a group of academics and executives from the financial services and technology industries, published by Wharton AI for Business.

Passenger rail group sees “opportunity” for Montana rail service from several funds

The President and CEO of the Rail Passengers Association sees several points of opportunity from the new interest in Washington over infrastructure spending.

Part 1 of a three-part series: COVID-19’s impact on Montana region’s small businesses

Rather than vilify small business owners that willingly closed to protect the most vulnerable, Glacier County should take proactive steps to assist families and individuals in regaining financial security.

Montana ranked #1 for physicians

They were analyzed using what WalletHub calls two dimensions: opportunity and competition, and medical environment. The two dimensions were broken down into 19 metrics, including hospitals per capita; average annual wage; hospital safety; and physician burnout.

Prospera – Digital Marketing Trainings – IPhone Photography, SEO, Google, Instagram, Facebook

Did you know Prospera offers almost 800 online classes?

Main Street’s Comeback and How It Can Come Back Again – Wednesday, April 21 at 11:00 a.m. MST

Join the Maryland Department of Planning as Mary Means, one of the pioneers of the national Main Street movement, chronicles the rise of the Main Street Revitalization movement and looks ahead to its recovery.

NorthWestern Energy has no interest in acquiring more than an incremental portion of critical power from Colstrip to serve its Montana customers

To be clear, NorthWestern Energy would only consider acquiring enough additional critical power from Colstrip to reliably and affordably serve our Montana customers. That need is far less than the output of even one unit of the Colstrip Power Plant.