Mark Fox, Chairman of the MHA Nation, sees the tribe generating its own power, raising and consuming its own food, and exporting their own goods.
While the full cast has yet to be announced, Martin Sensmeier, who is also executive producing the Jim Thorpe biopic, will star as Thorpe.
Joy Huntington, Koyukon Athabascan, was once expelled from an Alaska boarding school is now one of Indian Country’s business success stories.
The Cherokee Nation is nominating Kimberly Teehee as the Tribe’s delegate for the U.S. House of Representatives, enacting a treaty provision that has never been enforced.
Data centers are big business. According to MarketWatch, the global data center market is estimated to reach revenues of around $174 billion by 2023.
For decades, the Yurok Tribe witnessed the degradation of their ancestral territory. Their solution to protect one of the most biologically rich areas on Earth? To own it.
Aquinnah Tribe Wins Bid in Casino Suit, Chairwoman Cheryl Andrews-Maltais Partakes in Presidential Forum
On Monday, a Massachusetts federal judge granted the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head’s bid to amend a judgment in a lawsuit against the state. Meanwhile, Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, served on two panels at the LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
A new $5 million line of credit from Associated Bank of Green Bay, Wisconsin, will help ILCC advance economic development and land recovery for Tribes — something ILCC will achieve by leveraging its unique approach to lending.
Ben Jacobs, Osage, is knee-deep in plans to expand Tocabe beyond Colorado’s borders, bringing exquisite ingredients sourced from Native vendors to people across the country.
Stacy Leeds to Guide Future Lawyers to Advance & Defend Tribal Rights Through ASU’s Indian Legal Program
Stacy L. Leeds, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, will teach federal Indian law this fall as part of ASU’s Indian Legal Program.
At least two Native American-owned companies made the 2019 Inc. 5000 list, including Chloeta, coming in at No. 606, and Tribal Tech, ranking at No. 3783.
On the 9th episode of the Native Business Podcast, panelists discuss how the Internet and e-commerce are leveling the playing field in Indian Country.
The Cherokee Nation Businesses Board of Directors has named former Principal Chief Bill John Baker to Executive Chairman at CNB, effective immediately.
Tribal casinos have a long history of cross-promotion with a range of partners, such as sports stadiums and arenas.
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel will expand its existing footprint and introduce the Little Six Casino’s Club Gold prior to the 2019 Vikings season.
Navajo Blue. Individuals driving through the Navajo Nation on Interstate 40 will soon see billboards advertising Navajo Blue. But what is Navajo Blue?
Three contenders have emerged to build an integrated resort at the site of the former Hellenikon International Airport near the capital of Athens.
Don Thornton’s career in Native language preservation began on his grandmother’s front porch in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Artificial intelligence may soon be coming to a Tribal casino near you. Security robots currently patrol Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California, and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Cherokee Services Group and Cherokee Nation System Solutions, both subsidiaries of Cherokee Nation Businesses, recently announced agreements to assist the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of the Interior, respectively.
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U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich and U.S. Representative Ben Ray Luján announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to award multiple contracts worth an estimated $220 million over a five-year period to address the legacy of uranium...
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The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington has ruled that Yakama Nation-licensed and Yakama member-owned firework stands can operate on Tribal lands without state intrusion.
A federal magistrate judge has ruled in favor of six New Mexico Pueblos. The state does not have the right to more than $60 million it charged the Pueblos in back revenue for free-play credits.
The national prohibition on industrial hemp has been lifted. Yesterday President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill into law.
The 2018 Farm Bill legalizes commercial production of hemp and explicitly honors tribes’ authority to implement programs that allow the cultivation of industrial hemp—regardless of state law.
Former Leader of RES Conference To Present Native Business Summit. Pre-Early Bird Registration Ends November 30
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Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) has signed on as the presenting sponsor of the inaugural Native Business Summit, taking place May 13-15, 2019, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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