How to Launch a Native Energy Startup

How to Launch a Native Energy Startup

Tulsa-based Big Elk Energy Systems builds massive parts, the size of semi tractor-trailers, for use in the pipeline industry. Geoff Hager has some advice for potential Native entrepreneurs who want to follow his lead in starting up a successful energy-related company:...

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Hard Rock Appeals Greek Regulator Rejection of its Casino Bid

Hard Rock Appeals Greek Regulator Rejection of its Casino Bid

Hard Rock International, the Seminole Tribe-owned entertainment empire, has appealed the Hellenic Gaming Commission’s decision to reject its application to build an integrated resort in Athens, Greece.  “Based upon the evidence gathered, Hard Rock believes the outcome...

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Remedy Tulalip: The Apple of Cannabis Retail

The Tulalip Tribe’s boutique-style cannabis dispensary opened its doors Friday, August 10. With “Cannabis Concierges” armed with electronic pads, Remedy Tulalip aims to curate the cannabis experience for the connoisseur and the tourist.

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