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From Blogs to Riches: 6 Cooking Enthusiasts Turned Chefpreneurs

Here are some of the chefpreneurs we admire.

From Blogs to Riches: 6 Cooking Enthusiasts Turned Chefpreneurs

America at work

The Future of Air Travel: What Boeing’s CEO Says We Can Expect

In an interview with Free Enterprise, Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Ray Conner talked about the future of air travel.

The Future of Air Travel: What Boeing’s CEO Says We Can Expect

True innovation

Think NASA Is a Waste of Money? 7 Technologies That Prove You’re Wrong

Space R&D impacts everything from healthcare to video games. These 7 technologies show just how important NASA's research has been to us Earth dwellers.

Think NASA Is a Waste of Money? 7 Technologies That Prove You’re Wrong

True innovation

Engineering Success for Women in STEM

Women still remain underrepresented in STEM fields, even as companies seek more and more qualified workers.

Engineering Success for Women in STEM

Creating opportunity | Doing good

Detroit’s Rising Startup Culture

Speramus meliora; resurget cineribus We hope for better things; it will arise from the ashes – Detroit’s motto. Detroit can sometimes feel like a city chasing its own shadow. The once mighty city aspires to reclaim some of its former glory, the memories of which, in admittedly depressed times, have sustained its people’s pride and hope for a renaissance. But the ideal Detroit is a shifting mark. Whether it’s the celebrated economic heyday as the Motor City, the heroic mid-century transformation into the Arsenal of Democracy, or, even now, the people sitting two tables down from me at lunch who miss “2005 Detroit” and lament the rent hikes and the consumer-hipster trappings of a modern city on the mend, you’ll find that agreement about what the Detroit of the future should look like varies widely. Betting business-minds and sensible local politicians have made their position clear though – they don’t […]

Detroit’s Rising Startup Culture

America at work | Challenge Cup

Running a Startup City

To find out why Sioux Falls has become one of the country's hottest cities, we sat down with Mike Huether, a native South Dakotan who was recently reelected mayor of Sioux Falls.

Running a Startup City

Creating opportunity | Smart government

Military Veterans Learn Business Skills at DC’s Dog Tag Bakery

Dog Tag Bakery's co-founders wanted to combine their shared respect and admiration for our troops into a hands-on educational program.

Military Veterans Learn Business Skills at DC’s Dog Tag Bakery

Creating opportunity | Doing good

Spring Break Is Dead. Long Live Spring Break.

While Spring Breakers are sometimes derided for their occasional rowdiness, they are deserving of praise—at least when it comes to their economic impact.

Spring Break Is Dead. Long Live Spring Break.

Creating opportunity

Why You Should Move to Sioux Falls

Home to just shy of 165,000 people, Sioux Falls ranked as one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. over the past decade and the fastest in its home state.

Why You Should Move to Sioux Falls

Creating opportunity

Oklahoma City Incubator Leaves Its Mark on Local Entrepreneurs

At Moore Norman Technology Center's Business Development Center (BDC), motivated entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to transform their startup ideas into thriving, profitable businesses.

Oklahoma City Incubator Leaves Its Mark on Local Entrepreneurs

Creating opportunity

A New Leash on Life for Greensboro’s Developmentally Disabled Adults

Founded in 2011 and now a thriving nonprofit, arcBARKS provides vocational training to developmentally disabled adults in Greensboro, North Carolina.

A New Leash on Life for Greensboro’s Developmentally Disabled Adults

Creating opportunity | Doing good

Oregon Homebuilder Helps Low-Income Families Attain the American Dream

Founded in 1998 by Oregon homebuilder Hayden Homes, First Story has donated more than $760,000 to local charities and given 53 families the gift of equity.

Oregon Homebuilder Helps Low-Income Families Attain the American Dream

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