Alaska Business Monthly 2017 Power List Available

Jan 9, 2017 | Lists

Alaska Business Monthly

2017 POWER LIST

Harnessing the Power of Business Information

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska Business Monthly’s 2017 Power List is now available. We’ve created a guide for top executives to connect with the companies that have the products and services needed in Alaska’s economy. We’ve included the Best of Alaska Business Awards winners, along with the Top 49ers, the Corporate 100, forty-one other categories, and a complete Who’s Who of all the top executives and their affiliations.

Harness the power of business information by finding your peers and seeing who the competition is. There is strength in numbers and the 2017 Power List has more than twelve hundred listings; each with a data set including the top executive, address, contact information, year founded and established in Alaska, employee counts, and a brief description of activities and operations. Many listings also include website, email, and social media information.

Besides the print edition available from the publisher’s website, office, or at Barnes & Noble , the Power List can be purchased for download in Excel from akbizmag.com or accessed via our app in the digital edition—perfect for instant access from any device. We wish you extraordinary success in 2017 and encourage you to use the 2017 Power List to connect, collaborate, and capitalize on the information you will find.

—Susan Harrington, Managing Editor

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The Marx Bros. Café

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Jack Amon and Richard “Van” Hale opened the doors of the Marx Bros. Café on October 18, 1979; however, the two had already been partners in cuisine for some time, having created the Wednesday Night Gourmet Wine Tasting Society and Volleyball Team Which Now Meets on Sunday, a weekly evening of food and wine. It was actually the end of the weekly event that spurred the name of the restaurant: hours after its final service, Amon and Hale were hauling equipment and furnishings out of their old location and to their now-iconic building on Third Street, all while managing arguments about equipment ownership, a visit from the police, and quite a bit of wine. “If you’ve ever seen the movie ‘A Night at the Opera” starring the Marx Brothers, that’s what it was like,” Hale explains.

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