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200+ Leaders From Rural U.S. Communities To Gather in Missoula, Montana To Rewrite The Rural Organizing Playbook – June 4-7

United Today, Stronger Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that identifies opportunities to create and/or strengthen on-the-ground organizing and build power that can be used to directly improve the lives of Americans.

Employers Are Using This Trick to Bypass Salary Negotiations. Candidates Love It

Why the smartest companies aren’t bartering over pay.

Elon Musk Just Made a Bold Prediction for Tesla, and It Has Nothing to Do With Cars. It’s a Lesson for Every Company

At Tesla’s recent shareholder meeting, Elon Musk taught a lesson in how to make more money while reducing risk.

Google Is Rolling Out Password-Killing Tech to All Accounts

The tech industry’s transition to passkeys gets its first massive boost with the launch of the alternative login scheme for Google’s billions of users.

Where to Find Remote Work Now: 250 Million Job Postings Paint a Complex Picture

While many companies let employees work remotely during the height of COVID-19, conditions have since become more nuanced, according to research by Raffaella Sadun and colleagues. What do these shifts mean for talent managers?

Requiem for the Newsroom – By Maureen Dowd — City Club Missoula Presents The edge of the desert: Is Montana in danger of losing its local news? Monday, May 15, 2023 11:30AM – 1PM

I don’t want this to be one of those pieces that bang on about how things used to be better and they’ll never be as good again.

But when it comes to newsrooms, it happens to be true.

Radically Rural: If We Want a Stronger Local Economy, Why Do We Invest in Wall Street?

Several experts are creating tools and sharing expertise to develop an “ecosystem,” in which investing directly in local small businesses becomes a viable alternative to Wall Street.

Living in a walkable neighborhood makes people healthier and happier.

Ecological models of human aging propose that the physical or built environment may influence the well-being of people as they develop.

Rural Main Street Program Says Revitalization Starts at Home

Main Street America is launching an initiative for small towns. One goal is to move from simply recruiting businesses to incubating the business ideas that arise locally.

Solar Power & Farming: A Win–Win–Win–Win

Are the crops and the solar panels not going to compete for sunshine? Well, as you can see from the title above, the answers I’ve found indicate that solar power and agriculture are indeed a match made in heaven. Let’s get into the details.