The Pandemic Is Fueling Female Entrepreneurship

The Pandemic Is Fueling Female Entrepreneurship

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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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...

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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...

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Indian Country Is Pivotal to a Diverse Coalition of Voters

Faith Holyan, a citizen of the Navajo Nation, says: “We are a political force that can make a difference in 2020. I am excited to serve as the Indian Gaming ambassador to help bring awareness to the importance of getting to the polls.” (NIGA) NIGA Kicks Up 'My Vote...

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USDA Approves Three More Tribes’ Hemp Plans

USDA Approves Three More Tribes’ Hemp Plans

On Thursday, plans for hemp production put forth by the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation and the Santee Sioux Nation were approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) under the nation’s Domestic Hemp Production Program. These latest...

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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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