Chief Burgers: Tribes Need to Support Original Concepts 

Chief Burgers: Tribes Need to Support Original Concepts 

Thomas Begay (Navajo, Hopi) and his wife Kendra Begay (Navajo, Hopi) saved $15,000 to purchase an old FedEx truck to house Chief Burgers, their gourmet burger and picadilly business on wheels, based in Window Rock, Arizona, on the Navajo Nation reservation.​Thomas...

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Tribal Carbon: Turning a Profit While Protecting Forests

Tribal Carbon: Turning a Profit While Protecting Forests

Indian Country is a leader in the carbon energy economy. Tribes coast to coast and across the expanse of Indian Country in between are participating in the forest carbon offset market. The State of California set a price on carbon, and through a cap-and-trade system,...

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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...

Cherokee Nation Businesses Launches Cherokee Federal

Cherokee Nation Businesses Launches Cherokee Federal

Cherokee Nation Business' team of globally competitive contracting companies is now Cherokee Federal.Cherokee Nation Businesses has rebranded its diversified businesses, announcing a new name, logos, website and social media accounts with a shared aim of better...

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Former CFO Vosloo to Lead San Manuel Band as CEO

Former CFO Vosloo to Lead San Manuel Band as CEO

In June 2018, Vosloo was named enterprise-wide CFO for San Manuel Tribal Government Operations and San Manuel Casino. Now he'll lead the enterprise as CEO.The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians today announced the appointment of Laurens Vosloo as Chief Executive...

Four Tribes File for First Sports Betting Licenses in Washington

Four Tribes File for First Sports Betting Licenses in Washington

The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is one of the largest employers in Spokane and Pend Oreille Counties as the owner and operator of two gaming and entertainment attractions: Northern Quest Resort & Casino (pictured) and Kalispel Casino.Five Tribal properties may set...

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