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Planning To Start A New Company in Next Six Months? / Sooner Might Be Better / Heads-Up on Fast-Approaching “Beneficial Ownership” Reporting Burden

You may already know this, but, just to be sure, you can get yourself a delay in your reporting burden if you are at least aware of this………..

Loneliness Is a Policy Problem. A Big One. What Is Your Community Doing? — City Club Missoula – Monday, November 13, 2023

Lack of human connection is bad for your health. Responding to an advisory from the U.S. Surgeon General that a loneliness epidemic is affecting half of all Americans, San Antonio has been pushing out resources to help build bonds between community members.

NADO News | November 2, 2023

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25% faster and 40% better. This is how managers can leverage the productivity promise of generative AI

A new report from Harvard Business School and BCG reveals the most successful companies using AI achieve over 20% of earnings from AI before interest and taxes.

The Way You Pay to Buy or Sell a Home Is About to Change

In a report released ahead of the verdict, Ryan Tomasello, a real-estate industry analyst with Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, predicted that the lawsuits could lead to a 30% reduction in the $100 billion that Americans pay in real-estate commissions every year and push well over half of the almost 1.6 million agents out of the industry.

Northwest hydrogen hub backers (Oregon, Montana and Washington) tout expected economic benefits

The Northwest hub, which includes Oregon, Montana and Washington, is slated to be home to eight “nodes,” where hydrogen is produced, each with “downstream projects” where the hydrogen will be transferred for use nearby or across the region. One facility will be in St. Regis, Montana near the Idaho border, three are slated for Oregon and four for Washington.

High Country News November News – The Climate Crisis Is Everywhere

The climate crisis affects everything, from where we live to what we eat to how we deal with crime. In Washington, extreme weather and COVID-19 pushed over-strained prisons to the brink, leading some to ask: Why not let people out? In Kasigluk, Alaska, buildings are succumbing to rising sea levels and melting permafrost, but relocating entire communities isn’t easy.

Montana’s outdoor economy to suffer as climate change worsens

The effects of climate change are already affecting Montana’s outdoor recreation, but with predictions of even more heat and drought by 2050, the outdoor recreation industry stands to lose thousands of jobs and hundreds of millions in earnings, according to a new report.

Here’s a novel way for contractors to pitch ideas to the Defense Department

And let’s talk about this year old effort on videos, and just to get a progress report, how many videos have been presented and what are you generally getting in from vendors and what types of products are they pitching in this manner?

Why the Nature Conservancy is investing some of its $3 billion endowment in startups

“It made sense for TNC to be a leader in climate tech, given the mission of the organization,” says Bola Olusanya, vice president and chief investment officer at the Nature Conservancy.