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Wyoming wind advocates feel rush to build

Wyoming’s next energy boom could ride in on the wind.

Wyoming in top 10 of business-friendly states

Wyoming has been in the survey’s top 10 since the study began in 2004. The study attributes Wyoming’s high ranking to being a right-to-work state with no personal or corporate income taxes and having low operating costs for business.

Supercomputer could foster super scientists

"We will have a magnet that will draw computational geoscientists from around the world to get a piece of the action," UW President Tom Buchanan said.

Rifle maker, A-Square, brings business to Glenrock, Wyoming from KY.

Eighteen months after start-up, Alphin said he would like to have 21 to 23 workers on the job.

Brazilians visit Wyoming for work

Wyoming’s burgeoning economy has left a vacuum in the work force of many small businesses, particularly in the food-services industry.

Good jobs close to home in Wyoming

The good news doesn’t stop there: Starting salary for a junior engineer at Belle Ayr ranges from $60,000 to $65,000. A modest expansion of the mine would add 500 to 700 more employees within the next five years.

Wireless users now have another service choice in Sheridan, Wyoming with Chinook Wireless

The new center is part of a $40 million investment on network expansion and improvements that the company officially launched in August of 2006.

Investors sought for Powell, Wyoming fiber optic network

U.S. MetroNets founder Ernie Bray said the company had yet to complete a project using the financing model followed by Powell, but the city was a good candidate for being the first.

Wyoming Federal Representatives Encourage Technology Business

"Success breeds success. Highlighting just how many healthy technology companies that are already flourishing in the Cowboy state could help attract more and show people that yes, it can and is being done right here at home. This WTO report is a part of that effort." Sen. Enzi

Wyoming call center caters to S. Koreans. Eleutian Corp.

"Our biggest difficulty now is finding enough teachers and getting them trained," said Holiday, whose distance learning company will match students in South Korea with teachers more than 5,800 miles away in Wyoming.