GOOD PEOPLE, GOOD BUSINESS The Power of Gratitude at Work
I worked my way through college in the restaurant industry, a sector that relies on the gratitude and appreciation of others. One of the things I learned during my time in that industry is that it can... Posted on 1/6/16 at 9:28 AM
CALGARY, Alberta -- Faced with record low prices for heavy crude, Canadian energy companies are sacrificing other parts of their business to keep higher-cost oil sands production going and safeguard the billions already invested in these multi-decade projects.
Nia Williams and Euan Rocha
February 10, 2016
BRUSSELS -- When Iran and the United States sealed the implementation of a deal to curb Tehran's nuclear program with a prisoner exchange last month, Siamak Namazi was among the detainees some expected to be freed by the Iranian authorities.
BISMARCK, N.D. – North Dakota’s lignite coal industry, congressional delegation and state officials are praising a U.S. Supreme Court decision Tuesday blocking the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan rules from taking effect until legal challenges are resolved.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered a major blow to President Barack Obama by blocking federal regulations to curb carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, the centerpiece of his administration's strategy to combat climate changes.
BISMARCK, N.D. – Some of North Dakota’s seven coal-fired power plants will be forced to shut down unless the Obama administration’s stricter new standards for carbon dioxide emissions undergo significant changes, an industry official said Tuesday.
Seth Murphy knows next to nothing about running a restaurant.
But he knows what he likes: great food, a place he can both bring his family and conduct business, and a venue that can be used to give back to the community.
FARGO, N.D. – A former interim president of North Dakota State University was one of a dozen people who expressed interest last year in becoming the NDSU foundation's president and CEO, according to newly released records.
WASHINGTON - Monsanto will pay $80 million to settle civil accounting violations after it allegedly misstated its earnings in connection with its top-selling Roundup product, securities regulators said on Tuesday.
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