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The Great Great Plains

Nowhere is this potential clearer than in Fargo, which is emerging as a high-tech hub. Doug Burgum, from nearby Arthur, N.D., founded Great Plains Software in the mid-1980s. Burgum says he saw potential in the engineering grads pumped out by North Dakota State University, many of whom worked in Fargo’s large and expanding specialty-farm-equipment industry. “My business strategy is to be close to the source of supply,” says Burgum. “North Dakota gave us access to the raw material of college students.”

North Dakota economy is No. 1

North Dakota added 21,300 jobs between 2005 and 2010 while the country as a whole lost 4.51 million private sector jobs during the same period, according the analysis by and American City Business Journals.

Medora, North Dakota – North Dakota’s #1 Vacation Spot – Teddy Roosevelt and a Pitchfork Fondue!

The all new Medora Musical will be performed nightly from June 2 through September 5, 2010, at 8:30 p.m. MDT. Enjoy family entertainment while in the outdoor splendor of the North Dakota Badlands in the 2,852 seat Burning Hills Amphitheatre.

Michigan workers flock to North Dakota in search of jobs

According to the analysis, 6,620 people from other states found a job in North Dakota last year.

Empower North Dakota Commission Presents Energy Plan

"We`ve had a lot of momentum and it`s a question of keeping the momentum going and also dealing with the challenges. This momentum has lead to significant economic growth and expansion in our state. It`s creating jobs for our people. It`s creating wonderful opportunities for our young people," said Goettle.

Made in China Becomes Made in ND

A North Dakota company has abandoned Chinese manufacturing of its product.

Google not merely tilting at windmills — investing $38.8 million in them too in North Dakota

To reach a clean energy future, we need three things: effective policy, innovative technology and smart capital.

North Dakota – A State With Plenty of Jobs but Few Places to Live

When Joey Scott arrived here recently from Montana, he had no trouble finding work — he signed almost immediately with a company working to drill in the oil fields. But finding housing was another matter.

University of North Dakota Venture Group students get experience while promoting local businesses.

The Dakota Venture Group is a venture capital investment fund that is one hundred percent student run. In fact, it is the first and only completely student run venture capital fund in the United States.

The Bank of North Dakota: Banking’s ‘public option’ – $350 million in profits to North Dakota’s general fund since 1997.

Bills intended to create similar state-run banks or study the idea are being discussed in Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Virginia and Washington State.