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Corporate Travel in Alaska

Corporate Travel in Alaska

Business executives in the Lower 48 states with meetings to attend, whether in a community within the state or in another continental state, enjoy ease in booking a private or commercial flight, a rental car or executive limo service, or even a train to promptly make the destination. The processes are fairly straightforward and accessible, options of transport abound, and everything seems to flow without major obstacles and in light of many alternatives.

View from the Top: Michael West

View from the Top: Michael West

At the 50th anniversary of the Great Alaska Earthquake, State Seismologist Michael West provides insight to Alaska’s earthquake history and seismic future, and shares a little bit about himself.

Path to Prosperity: Extract, Then Add Value

Path to Prosperity: Extract, Then Add Value

When Steve Helgeson sees a big Sitka spruce, he sees guitars. Lots of them. Or more precisely, he sees perfect soundboards—the blonde, straight-grained panels from which most of the world’s guitars are built.

New Business Enterprise Institute at University of Alaska Anchorage

University of Alaska leadership recently announced the creation of the Business Enterprise Institute (BEI), a new University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) unit that will place nearly all of the system’s business and economic development programs under one roof.

Legal Speak: Federal Income Tax Incentives

Legal Speak: Federal Income Tax Incentives

Spring is a hopeful time of year. Unfortunately, spring also brings with it the inevitable and often painful task of preparing yet another year’s federal income tax returns.

Iconic Alaskan: Jim Posey

Iconic Alaskan: Jim Posey

Jim Posey was ten and living in Beaumont, Texas, when the Alaska Statehood Act passed in 1958, stripping Texas of its bragging right as the nation’s largest state. “Like all Texans I had an attitude about being number one. It bothered me that Texas was no longer the mighty, bold, and grand state of our state song.”

From the Editor: Making a Difference

From the Editor: Making a Difference

Though it’s hard to know if winter is really over this time of year, at least it’s light out, and that tells me spring is here, and with it is our annual Corporate 100 special section.

Trends in Corporate Giving

Trends in Corporate Giving

Despite the country still reeling from its recent recession, many companies have not slowed down in their creative efforts to give locally to their clients and customers. Alaska operators are no exception.

US Relationships with Asia-Pacific Region: A confluence of imperatives for Alaska

US Relationships with Asia-Pacific Region: A confluence of imperatives for Alaska

The threads of connections between America and Asia cross and re-cross on the loom of life at various levels.

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