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Fargo businesswoman advises entrepreneurs to work hard, be open to new opportunities

Fargo businesswoman advises entrepreneurs to work hard, be open to new opportunities

When Carol Rogne left a career in banking to start her own company 26 years ago, she intended to provide investment, accounting and tax services.

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TECHNOLOGY: The future of the Sanford Underground Research Facility

TECHNOLOGY: The future of the Sanford Underground Research Facility

In 2001, when the Homestake Mine in Lead closed, South Dakota lost one of its iconic businesses.

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Techies launch Kickstarter campaign to beat cell phone addiction

Techies launch Kickstarter campaign to beat cell phone addiction

PAYNESVILLE — Matt Brauchler knew there was a problem when his young daughter gave him a big pout and pleaded with him to stop playing a game on his cell phone and instead come play with her.

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Amazon blasts FAA for slowness on drone regulation

WASHINGTON - E-commerce power Amazon.com blasted federal regulators on Tuesday for being slow to approve commercial drone testing, saying the United States is falling behind other countries in the potentially lucrative area of unmanned aviation technology.

Midcontinent continues to expand in Fargo

Midcontinent continues to expand in Fargo

FARGO – If you live in south Fargo, you might have already received a letter from Midcontinent Communications. If not, yours is coming.

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FAA to ease commercial drone restrictions

FAA to ease commercial drone restrictions

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration plans to unveil new steps soon to make it easier for companies to use drone aircraft for specific business operations, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

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Amazon gets go-ahead for drone tests

SEATTLE - Amazon.com Inc has won approval from U.S. federal regulators to test a delivery drone outdoors, as the e-commerce company pursues its goal of sending packages to customers by air, even as it faces public concern about safety and privacy.

NDSU cyber security event logs mega turnout

Fargo - Turnout was healthy Tuesday for an all-day cyber security conference held at North Dakota State University.

Google boss: 'too much attention' doomed Glass gadget

Google boss: 'too much attention' doomed Glass gadget

SAN FRANCISCO - Google was wrong to let expectations about its Glass wearable gadget get overheated, the head of the Google X research lab said on Tuesday.

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Paul Bunyan Communications expands “GigaZone” to Park Rapids area

BEMIDJI -- Paul Bunyan Communications announced Monday it has expanded its “GigaZone” Internet service to the Park Rapids area.

Target plays catch-up in technology-driven retail world

Target plays catch-up in technology-driven retail world

MINNEAPOLIS – Smart, stylish young people have long been drawn to Target Corp. headquarters, eager to join the buying teams and marketing groups that made the company famous for cheap-chic.

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Worthington MN Bio Science Park expanding

WORTHINGTON — The Bio Science Park will be adding an additional 15,732 square-foot building to the site as the Worthington City Council approved during its Monday meeting the sale of more than five acres of land to Bioverse.

As U.S. dithers over drone regualtions, overseas rivals get a head start

As U.S. dithers over drone regualtions, overseas rivals get a head start

Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are a hot ticket in Silicon Valley, but U.S. government dithering over regulations has given overseas companies a head-start in figuring out how best to exploit them.

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Startup founder shares insights with students

Startup founder shares insights with students

FARGO – For her “Living On Your Own” course at Davies High School, instructor Patricia Romaine relies on field trips and guest speakers to provide students with insights on life after high school.

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Microsoft warns Windows PCs also vulnerable to 'Freak' attacks

BOSTON - Hundreds of millions of Windows PC users are vulnerable to attacks exploiting the recently uncovered "Freak" security vulnerability, which was initially believed to only threaten mobile devices and Mac computers, Microsoft Corp warned.

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