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Most Educated States in America, Ranked – Idaho 41, Wyoming 38, Montana 37.

As the third-least populated state, Montana has plenty of cheap housing, but not everywhere. In some places, homes are less than $100,000. In others, they are about $600,000. Nevertheless, property taxes are quite low. 

Why established companies need to think like entrepreneurs

Best-selling author of ‘The Lean Startup’ and founder of the Long-Term Stock Exchange, Eric Ries discusses the challenge of turning established companies into entrepreneurial hotbeds. This is ‘The New Human Movement’—where we feature bold thinkers and radical doers who reimagine work, management, and capitalism for a new age.

60 Minutes – Local newsrooms strained by budget-slashing financial firms

Newsrooms in US cities were already suffering a declining audience and lost revenue to Facebook and Google, now some face takeover from opportunistic hedge funds.

How to Ensure Your Return to the Office Is Positive for Everyone on Your Team

Return-to-work orders are back in full swing–and that may be the cause of some (avoidable) tension.

What ski towns tell us about the inequality crisis

Ski town economics are a harbinger for America’s struggling middle class

Why Cities Want Old Buildings Taken Down Gently

A growing number of US cities are adopting “deconstruction” policies that involve taking structures apart by hand in the name of sustainability.

Missouri Technology Corp. wants to boost the state’s entrepreneurship sector. It’s recommended 16 ideas to do so

MTC’s report, which is called “Catalyzing Innovation: Strategies for Missouri to Drive Innovation and Entrepreneurship,” identifies five main areas where the state’s innovation and entrepreneurship economy currently is lagging and offers 16 recommendations to combat those challenges.

More countries are trying out shorter workweeks without salary loss

Newsweek’ reports that Belgium has become the latest country to offer workers the right to a four-day workweek without loss of salary.

Rural electric co-ops are the fastest growing group of broadband providers

“You’d be hard pressed if you’re a rural electric co-op to not get in the broadband business,”

Annual ‘State Of The Rockies’ project key findings

“It’s a tool for policy makers and the general public to gauge citizens’ attitudes towards a number of conservation issues facing the west,”