ENDERLIN, N.D.—Leaders for agribusiness Plains Grain & Agronomy have built an implement they believe is the future of farming.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD, Minn.-A new class at Minnesota State University Moorhead's College For Kids program has been so successful, one instructor is making it his career.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON, Minn. — EMV chip technology has begun to make its debut in the United States, and Worthington banks are preparing for the shift in credit and debit card technology.
FARGO—Corporate Technologies started here in 1981 as a ComputerLand franchise, a retail computer store.RELATED CONTENT
The first company moving into the new Grand Forks unmanned aerial system tech park plans to ask for property tax exemptions.
State Sen. Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, has accepted an invitation to serve on a national unmanned aerial systems steering committee.
Plans for an empty expanse of concrete and dozens of empty acres near Grand Forks Air Force Base have finally come to fruition after a nearly five-year process.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A quick search of "social networking apps" on an Apple iPhone turns up 6,057 results. It is clear people are embracing new ways to network using their phone or computer.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The process of making a sale has changed a great deal in recent years. For example, car buyers today often go to the lot after first researching online. They know what model they want and what they are prepared to pay.RELATED CONTENT
Area entrepreneurs are being offered the chance to win a boost for their ideas at the second annual Spark Your Startup business pitch competition.
From a country road or highway, farming may appear to change little from year-to-year. The motoring passerby it's hard see a vast world of experimentation that goes on behind the scenes.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO—As a homebuyer, wouldn't it be nice to peek inside your newly designed house before it's built?RELATED CONTENT
GREGORY, S.D. — Mike Klarenbeek loves to fly.RELATED CONTENT
Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday it would cut 7,800 jobs, or nearly 7 percent of its workforce, and write down about $7.6 billion related to its Nokia phone business.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo-based regional accounting firm Eide Bailly LLP has announced it will acquire Utah-based cloud-computing consulting firm Kyazma Business Consulting on Aug. 3, adding 35 staff to the firm and, more importantly, Kyazma's expertise in Salesforce software.