NEW YORK (AP) — A Florida man who helped Rudy Giuliani seek damaging information against Joe Biden in Ukraine was sentenced to a year and a day in prison and fined $10,000 Friday in an unrelated campaign finance case.
MILAN (AP) — Nino Cerruti, the Italian fashion designer credited with revolutionizing menswear in the 1960s and who gave Giorgio Armani his first fashion break, has died, Italian media reported Saturday. He was 91.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The fraud conviction of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes could do more than just send a once-celebrated ex-billionaire to prison. In theory, it could also deliver a sobering message to a Silicon Valley culture that often gets lost in its own hubris and swagger.
The Duke of Cambridge has teamed up with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to help issue a "call to action" on environmental issues.
Entrepreneurship is one of the many ways that individuals can build wealth in America. There are nearly 170 thousand minority-owned startups in the U.S., employing over 700 thousand people and generating close to $100 billion in annual revenue.
Nationally, there are nearly 6 million female entrepreneurs who account for 7.7 percent of the female workforce. While big cities often come with big price tags, they also offer enticing opportunities for entrepreneurs.
TORRINGTON — The Eastern Wyoming College Board of Trustees have appointed Colby Ochsner, Lingle, WY, to fill the at-large trustee seat vacated…
Innovation has been happening at the Lied Scotts Bluff Public Library.
For the past few months, people from all over the valley have been visiting the library to see what they can make in the Innovation Studio before it leaves on Feb. 19. During its 20-week hosting period, the Library Innovation Studios: Transforming Rural Communities project hosted a rotating Makerspace in the library. The wrap-up party will be held at the Lied Scottsbluff Public Library on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
Fort Collins inventor and entrepreneur Steve Schmutzer, a 1981 Gering High School graduate, was back in the area Wednesday to share his expertise as Twin Cities Development (TCD) opened its new eCenter.
SCOTTSBLUFF — Twin Cities Development is planning a busy day for April 25 when its redesigned entrepreneurial eCenter hosts an open house.
In spite of recent economic upheaval with the sale of Cabela’s, Sidney officials are working to assure the city is ready for new potential growth.
With the $5 billion sale to Bass Pro Shop in November, Cabela’s headquarters left the state, along with most of Cabela’s managerial positions. Another aspect of Sidney’s outreach is contacting companies across the region, letting them know what the city has to offer. Norgard called it “pounding the pavement.”
Twin Cities Development has hired a new community and economic development director.
TCD announced that Keith Ellis has accepted the position of community and economic development director effective Aug. 1, 2017. Many are familiar with Ellis from his roles with the NPPD and as a former city councilman.
On June 2, I will attend the first meeting of the Venture Development and Innovation Task Force. This new task force was created through legis…
Throughout the week of Feb. 20-27, Western Nebraska Community College honored National Entrepreneurship Week by celebrating the four-year anni…
Scottsbluff Educator and DECA Advisor Derek Deaver was recognized Monday as the Nebraska Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator.
The annual Scotts Bluff County 4-H Expo on April 18 will provide a chance to learn more about 4-H while enjoying fun, hands-on activities. The…