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South Dakota’s economy is slowly beginning to recover from the COVID-19 recession, and there are actually many reasons for businesses to be excited for the future. That was the message shared by panelists who participated in a virtual business luncheon hosted by the Vermillion Chamber & Development...
How to start investing in stocks is more complicated than you might think. If you are like the vast majority of people interested in making some money, you will most likely be amazed at how much time and effort it takes to successfully invest in stocks successfully....
Alaska’s unemployment rate improved in May from the month before, but it still remained historically high at 12.6%, even as shoppers and diners slowly returned to businesses following the COVID-19 shutdown. For Daniel Greenhalgh, the owner of Skinny Raven Sports in Anchorage, it was...
As 2020 began, the U.S. business tax system was ill-suited to the nation’s economic challenges. After the excessive tax cuts of 2017, the U.S. corporate tax raised only one-third as much revenue, relative to gross domestic product (GDP), as those of U.S. trading partners in 2018 and 2019....
In mid-February, Wall Street was celebrating the stock market reaching record highs. But the stock market has since lost roughly 20 percent of its value in the wake of the coronavirus, and the broader economy is in freefall as well. A record number of Americans have filed for unemployment benefits, and the March...
Communities may be underutilizing a valuable resource for economic growth: women entrepreneurs. The surge of women launching their own companies in recent decades has generated significant job growth and reshaped the gender composition of business ownership in the United States.