Alaska’s unemployment rate dropped slightly to 4.3 percent in December, as more industry sectors count more jobs than three years ago.
After more than forty years under one family’s ownership, a new couple has taken over an Anchorage institution, Bagoy’s Florist & Home.
Pleased with the results from its 2022 drilling season, Donlin Gold is looking forward to another year of developing the prospect.
As part of a nationwide downsizing, Regal Cinemas is closing one of its three multiplex movie theaters in Anchorage, the Tikahtnu Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX.
Following last year’s merger with Spokane-based Global Credit Union, Alaska USA Federal Credit Union is taking on the name of its smaller component, reflecting an international reach.
Once the largest player in the mortgage market, Wells Fargo is stepping back while focusing its home lending business on bank customers in minority communities.
Ounalashka Corporation and Chena Power are contracting with Ormat Technologies on the $235 million project.
For the second year in a row, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources’ “Golden Carrot” award for promoting locally grown products goes to The Roaming Root Cellar.
The Interior Gas Utility is looking to the North Slope, instead of Cook Inlet, for a long-term energy supply, agreeing with Harvest Alaska to build a new LNG plant.
The latest launch of OneWeb satellites promises to strengthen telecommunications service already active in some of Alaska’s remotest communities.