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In memory. In memoriam Feb 1, 2009 1188
Commuter rail service shows promise: Valley residents can sip coffee and read the paper, while enjoying a pleasant commute to Anchorage. Nov 1, 2003 564
Focusing on your business: focus groups help businesses plan for the future. Nov 1, 2003 1889
Oil and gas construction services companies: they are the little-known companies on the oil fields, but the producers couldn't do their jobs without them. Industry Overview Oct 1, 2003 1277
River Highwaymen: the marine transporters to Bush Alaska: those who transport goods to the Bush hustle all summer to provide a lifeline to rural residents. Oct 1, 2003 1077
The business Web: does your business really need a Web site? Here are some things to consider before you get online. Oct 1, 2003 1051
Nonprofit nobel: Dennis McMillian: in more than a decade of service to Alaska nonprofits, McMillian has taken the next step. Oct 1, 2003 1394
Child care + quality = happy employees: good, affordable child care is essential to the work force, but Alaskans have a hard time finding an opening. Oct 1, 2003 1877
Bypass Mail: changes are coming for ways that rural Alaskans get their mail. Sep 1, 2003 1682
Engineers bring tanks together: an innovative engineering design by LCMF helps rural communities store all their fuel in one location. Sep 1, 2003 685
The giving business: nonprofit service organizations run much like for-profit businesses, with one major difference. Aug 1, 2003 1362
Alaska's hubs: the state's economic centers are an important lifeline to Bush Alaskans. Aug 1, 2003 1359
Construction roundup. Aug 1, 2003 2118
Hot houses in Anchorage: thanks to record-low interest rates, the Anchorage housing market sees continued growth. Aug 1, 2003 1711
Building defense: missile defense construction on schedule, but over budget. Aug 1, 2003 1089
Alaska alternatives: more Alaskans seek alternative and complementary health care practitioners. Jul 1, 2003 1762
Alaska's lifeline: A look at the Pacific Northwest ports that ship much-needed cargo to Alaska. Industry Overview Jun 1, 2003 1373
Alaska Native executive moms: A look at how a few Alaska Native women leaders find balance between their family rooms and their boardrooms. (Alaska Native Business News). Interview Jun 1, 2003 3313
Cook Inlet producers are under pressure: exploration for natural gas and oil continues in Cook Inlet as current reserves dwindle. May 1, 2003 1156
Few companies offer health benefits in Alaska: medical plan carriers have come and gone; only a handful remain. May 1, 2003 1016
Title wave! Used bookstore owners were named the Small Businesspersons of the Year by the Alaska Small Business Administration. (Celebrating Small-Business Month). May 1, 2003 740
Eating Alaska; treat guests to the ultimate Alaska experience: food! May 1, 2003 2225
What to do with that old computer? Ideas for getting rid of your company's e-waste. Apr 1, 2003 1548
An Instant Office: Midtown Executive Office Suites offers businesses a temporary home or a place to settle down. Apr 1, 2003 947
Alaska's environmental cleanup work continues: a look at some cleanup projects slated for this summer. Mar 1, 2003 1497
The men and women of the National Guard and Reserves: when the state or federal government calls these folks to duty, business must somehow carry on. Mar 1, 2003 1828
The challenges of Arctic engineering: Alaska's extremities keep engineers on their toes. Feb 1, 2003 2241
Award-winning Engineers: Alaska projects stand out in the crowd. Feb 1, 2003 696
Engineers support the arts. Feb 1, 2003 1001
10 steps to working with an architect. Feb 1, 2003 1832
Planning a meeting? Tips from the pros will help you organize a great office gathering. Feb 1, 2003 2023
Alaska's air carriers. Jan 1, 2003 1848
Alaska's top business stories of the year. (Year in Review). Dec 1, 2002 2016
Alaska's growing health care industry. (Health & Medicine). Dec 1, 2002 579
Regional corporations celebrate 30 years. (Alaska Native Business News). Dec 1, 2002 1538
Spenard Builders Supply celebrates 50 years. Company Profile Nov 1, 2002 1835
Q&A with Dick Cattanach: Dick Cattanach has been the executive director of the Alaska chapter of the Associated General Contractors for four years. Cattanach has worked in the construction industry for more than 20 years. Interview Nov 1, 2002 2046
A winning team: Neeser Construction continues its record for getting the job done well, on schedule and within budget. Company Profile Nov 1, 2002 1623
Pets are frisky business: Businesses that help us take care of our pets offer some unique services. Oct 1, 2002 1988
Putting Alaskans with disabilities to work: agencies around the state work to help people with special needs and help employers at the job site. Oct 1, 2002 1956
Buying trucks in bulk: Is buying fleet the right choice for your business? Oct 1, 2002 1021
Enterprise management solutions: Computer software to enhance your IT department. Oct 1, 2002 1588
The cost of rural power: Alaska's Power Cost Equalization program offers affordable electricity to rural residents, but does it bring the costs down too much? (Alaska Native Business News). Sep 1, 2002 1135
Native report review: study annually details the economic importance of Alaska Native corporations. (Alaska Native Business News). Sep 1, 2002 1229
Situations wanted: rural Alaska Natives have a range of education and job training opportunities. (Alaska Native Business News). Sep 1, 2002 2016
Walk-in clinics and laboratories: another option in health care. Aug 1, 2002 1614
10 Steps toward getting the right contractor: do homework before building or remodeling to save on later headaches and frustrations--not to mention money. (Building Alaska). Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 1783
Anchorage housing: a seller's market. Statistical Data Included Aug 1, 2002 1683
10 steps to getting conventions booked in Alaska: Alaska's convention and visitors bureaus work to sell the state as a convention and meeting destination. Jul 1, 2002 2051
A room with a view and little else: budget minded nonprofit groups can benefit from using the University of Alaska Anchorage student housing for summertime stays. Jul 1, 2002 1503
25th anniversary of the Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.: the trans-Alaska oil pipeline cost $8 billion and runs 800 miles across some of the roughest terrain known to man. Jun 1, 2002 2084
Net banking: consumers and business owners swarm to the Internet to do their banking. It's easier than a trip to the bank, and it saves loads of time. Jun 1, 2002 1697
Cybercrime: finding security in Cyberspace; steps for pour business to take to avoid being a target for high-tech criminals. Statistical Data Included Jun 1, 2002 1750
Kenai helps the world grow: Nitrogen fertilizer plant is among the world's top producers. Company Profile Jun 1, 2002 1236
Cultural-level business: village corporation leaders find delicate balance between tradition and profits. (Alaska Native Business News). Jun 1, 2002 1906
A family affair. Brief Article May 1, 2002 1086
Building boom! Alaska will see nearly $5 billion of construction work this year. Industry Overview May 1, 2002 2249
Made in Alaska makes the bix box: supply chain stores seek out products made, grown and manufactured by Alaskans. Industry Overview May 1, 2002 1609
Corporate celebrates its 10th year. (2002 Corporate 100). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 822
Fed up with insurance hassles? Saving money and getting friendly service isn't a myth in the insurance world. Alaska's RBMS offers both. Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 922
'Not just another pretty face': Two women find success in a male-dominated field. North Wind Environmental Inc. Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 943
CCI: A clean advantage; This company makes its profits in cleaning up environmental spills--and no job is too large or too difficult. Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 830
Bright spots in Alaska business: Alaska Native corporations support themselves and the state economy through diverse holdings. (Alaska Native Business News). Company Profile Mar 1, 2002 1253
Standing after the quake: Seismic technology allows owners to choose how well their buildings will perform. Feb 1, 2002 2344
Engineers and Architects: Building on a team; Their work isn't always obvious, but engineers work closely with architects in designing buildings. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 559
Hit or miss: Design/Build bidding is becoming controversial engineering firms gamble on jobs-and lose big. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 1948
Community Banks offer Hometown Customer Service: These Alaskan-owned organizations are finding their niche in localized service. Jan 1, 2002 1516
Born to be a trucker: Truck drivers lay it all on the line for a rig and 18 wheels. Jan 1, 2002 1831
Alaska's Top Business Stories of 2001. Dec 1, 2001 2679
Truck Alaska! Alaska's trucking companies can help small- to medium-sized businesses ship their goods, saving time and money. Dec 1, 2001 1318
Tight Spaces: Alaska's Conventions Are Outgrowing Their Halls. Statistical Data Included Nov 1, 2001 1796
Roughing It: Kiewit Construction Takes on the Tough Jobs. Nov 1, 2001 1251
Subsistence Key Topic at 2001 AFN Convention. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 470
Easing a TAXING Transition. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 463

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