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Study: Non-Gaming Tribal Businesses in Michigan Generate $288M Economic Impact

Study: Non-Gaming Tribal Businesses in Michigan Generate $288M Economic Impact

Waséyabek Development Co. LLC, the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi's non-gaming arm, and Gun Lake Investments, the non-gaming economic investment entity of the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, or the Gun Lake Tribe, coinvested in McKay...

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Our Success & Finance issue charts the business breakthroughs of Tribes and Tribal entrepreneurs in “The Greatest Success Stories of 2019.” We also pay homage to perseverance and tireless devotion to Indian Country. Ernie Stevens, Jr., and Cheryl Stevens, his wife of 37 years, grace one of the covers. We honor Ernie Stevens’ nearly 20 years of stewardship to Indian gaming as Chairman of NIGA. Tunica-Biloxi Chairman Marshall Pierite is featured on the opposite cover. He shares how gaming helped his Tribe “to transition from a surviving community to a thriving community,” and reflects on recent success in the financial services industry. We shine a light on financial institutions, such as Stearns Bank, and consider the investment strategy of Mno-Bmadsen. Meanwhile, the DOE’s James E. Campos, underscores: “Energy is our new economy, it is our new currency, and Native Americans play a large part in this equation.”

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New COO to Further Mohegan Gaming’s International Growth Plans

New COO to Further Mohegan Gaming’s International Growth Plans

COO Ray Pineault, who replaces the recently exited Michael Silberling, will guide Mohegan through the COVID-19 pandemic with the goal of enhanced performance and continuous international expansion.New leadership is powering Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment (MGE)...

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Washington Tribes Leverage the Cannabis Economy

Washington Tribes Leverage the Cannabis Economy

Remedy Tulalip is based in Quil Ceda Village, the Tulalip Tribes’ shopping/entertainment district, located off the I-5 corridor just north of Seattle. (Genna Martin, Courtesy Remedy Tulalip)This article originally appeared in the June 2019 “Tourism, Agriculture &...

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A Beef With Ag Financing Leads to an Innovative Alternative

A Beef With Ag Financing Leads to an Innovative Alternative

Zach Ducheneaux, the Intertribal Agriculture Council’s new executive director. (Photo by Chris Dickinson)This Q&A originally appeared in the June 2019 “Tourism, Agriculture & Natural Resources” print edition of Native Business Magazine. The Intertribal...

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5 More Tribal Hemp Plans Receive Federal Go-Ahead 

5 More Tribal Hemp Plans Receive Federal Go-Ahead 

Five Tribal hemp proposals got the federal green light Thursday. The newly approved plans include those of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in western Oklahoma, Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South...

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From the Editor: Biden Names Tribal Engagement Director, TANKA Bar’s Multi-Million-Dollar Capital Raise, Tribes Defend Sovereignty

Native Business Executive Editor Carmen Davis (Makah/Chippewa-Cree/Yakama) reflects on what’s happening across Indian Country and why it matters in our weekly “From the Editor.” Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is investing in diverse coalitions and recently made a...

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