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How Sourcebooks aims to disrupt traditional book publishing

We’re about creating what’s next.

How to build a purpose-driven company

Find the connection between what you do and how it benefits the world, with these four tips.

Think Your Shuttered Company is Immune to the Corporate Transparency Act? Think Again.

New guidance could dramatically expand how many businesses have to file a beneficial ownership report, even when there’s seemingly no one left to file.

“AI won’t take your job. It’s somebody using AI that will take your job.”

“41% of leaders (extremely familiar with AI) expect to redesign business processes from the ground up with AI.”

How This First-Time Founder Got SoftBank, Nvidia And Microsoft To Write Him A Billion-Dollar Check – Wayve’s software can add self-driving powers to your vehicles, and on the cheap.

Kendall pulled it off with no revenue, no customers and no commercially available product.

Stackable certificates could be a lifeline for governments facing an IT talent crisis

In an era of breakneck digital transformation, this incremental and cumulative approach to upskilling could be the answer to states and localities’ hiring woes.

Fortune Welcome to ‘The Great Detachment’: Workers are checked out—and so are their bosses

“Managers simply are not showing-up for their employees,”

North Dakota Tribe Reclaims Agricultural Heritage with Massive Greenhouse Project

The Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation in North Dakota is launching a massive greenhouse project to regain their agricultural heritage and achieve food sovereignty.

What has helped you afford housing in this market? We want to hear from you

Sharing your story will help us understand what the high cost of housing means for people’s lives. We may contact you to find out more and ask if you’d be willing to do an interview.

Wine Spectator’s 2024 Restaurant Awards – Congratulations to 17 Montana Restaurants including Pangea and Boxcar in Missoula

Restaurants who receive an Award of Excellence offer at least 90 selections, feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers, and maintain a thematic match to the menu in both price and style, according to Wine Spectator.