You want to know—and we want to tell you—what’s happening with Alaska’s businesses: large corporations with thousands of employees or sole proprietorships filling a niche; manufacturers adding value to local resources or engineering firms with decades of specialized experience; or companies centralized in Southcentral or operating across Alaska’s slopes.
Browse below to get a comprehensive look of what’s happening—and why it matters.
To cut expenses, the December 9 and 23 editions will be the last with physical copies, and going forward the newspaper will be available only on its website.
Anchorage Community Theatre brings the musical Annie to the Sydney Laurence Theatre in the Anchorage Center for the Performing Arts thanks to a new charitable endowment, the Ruth Hart Fund.
Sitka-based Northline Seafoods secured funding to build a mobile commercial salmon processing platform for the Bristol Bay fishery. The vessel is billed as the world’s most sustainable and efficient vertically integrated processor.
A 300-foot control tower planned for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport will surpass the ConocoPhillips Alaska Building as the state’s tallest inhabited structure.
The UAF College of Business and Security Management celebrated coal mine president Joe Usibelli Jr. as its 44th Business Leader of the Year.
The operator of one Great Harvest Bread Co. in Fairbanks plans to open a second location inside a former Pizza Hut early next year.
The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce honored five organizations and two individuals at its largest ever annual Gold Pan Awards ceremony.
After a five-year hiatus, the federal government accepted a fee-to-trust acquisition of Alaska Native land for just the second time. The Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska had its application for a plot of land in Juneau approved by the US Department of the Interior.
Wild salmon and kelp products earned top honors in the first round of the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation’s Symphony of Seafood.