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19 March 2023 Chez Oxendine
Woocheen, the ocean-health subsidiary of Alaska Native Corporation Sealaska, said last week that it acquired a majority stake in Ålesund, Norway-based Normarine, a whitefish trading company. Terms were not disclosed.
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The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska said last week that it purchased a hospitality property in Juneau as part of a larger push to get “lands back into Indigenous...
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WASHINGTON — The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs last week released a draft of proposed legislation that would strengthen enforcement of laws against counterfeit Native art.
March 19
Ziggi’s Coffee, a Denver-based coffee franchise company, last week announced its first location on tribal lands.
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The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria in northern California has signed a new gaming compact with the state that increases the number of slot machines it can operate and expands its support for...
When it comes to business lending in Indian Country, character may count more than credit scores. That’s according to a report from the Minneapolis-based Center for Indian Country Development, which...
A leading association of tribal broadband firms is partnering with an international telecommunication firm to launch a tribal broadband academy for Indigenous leaders and their communities.
Samish Indian Nation Anacortes, Washington Amount: $584,800 Project Summary: This Broadband Use and Adoption project proposes to address the current digital divide by conducting an analysis of broadband assets, digital literacy skills, and the availability of broadband equipment and devices for Samish Tribal citizens.
Change Labs, a Native-run nonprofit focused, has announced its new cohort of 12 Navajo and Hopi entrepreneurs for its business incubator program .
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of the Treasury has upped the amount of financial assistance it is providing to Native Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) in its latest — and later than usual — round of funding.
The Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation will add a $95 million hotel tower at its New Town, N.D.-based 4 Bears Casino and Lodge.
Tribal leaders, Native cannabis professionals, and industry allies convened in Milwaukee last week for the first-ever Wisconsin Cannabis Industry and Policy Summit.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The U.S. Department of the Interior notified a western Michigan tribe last week that its decades-long bid to obtain federal recognition has been denied for the moment.
Tribally-owned Bodwé Professional Services Group finds itself well-equipped to solve a current challenge: it’s growing so fast that it needs to design and configure more space for its operating companies.
A media company owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians has secured a $217 million contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), per a tribal announcement.
James Johnson’s career is snowballing. After years of perfecting the ancient, ovoid-based Tlingit formline style, the carver and designer from the Eagle Killerwhale clan has etched out a niche in the cool world of winter sports.
The chief executive of a Michigan tribal economic development firm has been invited to speak as a guest lecturer this week at Harvard University’s prestigious John F. Kennedy School of Government.
The sky is no longer the limit for a growing Native-owned tourism business in northern Arizona.
WASHINGTON — The Department of Energy’s Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs announced plans for a $50 million funding opportunity targeting clean energy deployment on tribal lands.