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How to Develop an Innovation District – Oklahoma City Innovation District Plan

The vision of the Oklahoma City Innovation District is to bring together the greatest minds in total collaboration, yielding world-changing results.

MT Lowdown Podcast Episode 59 — Journalist Dexter Roberts on Chinese capitalism and the Montana connection

“China is getting old before it gets rich,” and that the country is “relegating close to half [its] population to second-class status.”

Dancing to diversity

“Diversity means inviting people to the dance. Inclusion means asking them to dance.” I don’t agree! Let me explain… 😉

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less

Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determine financial need.

Flying cars inch closer to reality as New Zealand signs historic deal

Wisk’s eVTOL, known as Cora, is a small self-flying vehicle meant to fly around 25 miles on a single charge.

Europe’s Plan for Districts That Produce Energy, Rather Than Using It

As many as 100 “positive energy districts” could be up and generating across Europe by 2025.

Supreme Court Ruling on Sales Taxes Opens Door to New Billions via Tech

There are about 12,000 sales taxes in the nation. And thanks to the Supreme Court decision in the 2018 case, South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., businesses that sell products outside of their home state now have a greater responsibility to keep up with all of those different taxes.

Intel lures tech talent in Israel by investing in smart buildings

“Anything you offer as a perk, whether it’s a gym membership or a paperless work environment or additional days for maternity leave or a go-green policy, all of these things are going to help you,” said David Gantshar, chief executive of California-based Shepherd Search Group.

In this new Dutch neighborhood, there will be 1 shared car for every 3 households

Residents in the Dutch city of Utrecht have long understood that vibrant cities and lots of cars don’t really mix

This California Farm Town Is Launching Startups Faster Than Seattle, Boston, and the Bay Area

Bakersfield was once a punchline in Johnny Carson monologues. Now, it’s punching above its weight in startup growth.