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A recent study reveals that female entrepreneurship can improve the global economy to the tune of $2.5 trillion. (iStock) Studies show the pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on women, many of whom are balancing work with motherhood and homeschooling. Yet women...

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Washington D.C. NFL Franchise Ditches the Racist Name

A demonstration against the racial slur at the Minneapolis Vikings' stadium in November 2014. Victory came Monday, July 13th, after decades of protest by Native Americans. (Flickr CC/Fibonacci Blue)Dan Snyder, owner of the National Football League's Washington D.C....

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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.”Protect.  Protection is ingrained in our ancestral DNA. We have always known and, through...

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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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Carmen Davis, an enrolled member of the Makah Nation, and also Chippewa-Cree and Yakama, weighs in on the hottest news in business from across Indian Country the week of July 1-7, and offers perspective on this pivotal moment in history. Starting today, Native...

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