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May 2016

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Articles

Looking ‘Out West’ for Oil in NPR-A

Alaska’s North Slope oil producers are looking to the west for opportunities to increase production. Since the late 1960s, the hub of the development along Alaska’s Arctic coast has been Prudhoe Bay.

AOGA 50th Anniversary

The oil and gas industry’s presence in Alaska precedes statehood. Since the 1890s exploration has been conducted in the state, with production beginning at the Swanson River oilfield in Kenai in 1961.

How to Win in a Downturn

Think about this: Alaska’s coming recession could be the best thing that ever happened to your company.

Great Customer Service

I traveled a lot last month for work. I experienced fatigue, jet lag, and some logistical nightmares. I was greeted on several stops by people who went out of their way to make my travels easier for me. This tired traveler’s weariness was lightened by the simple kindnesses of great customer service.

Workers, Not Robots

For those entering the human resource field, labor law and employee compensation take a bit of mastering.

SBA Small Business of the Year: Connie Dubay, Cold Spot Feeds

In 1985, Connie Dubay had just had her fourth child. She was sitting around her kitchen table with friends drinking coffee trying to figure out how to work from her Fairbanks home when she had an idea.

SurThrival in the Economy

A lot of companies are worried about survival in the current economy—still others have an inkling they are going to survive and want to also thrive.
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