Martha Stahl grew up hearing her mother share stories from the early days of the culture wars. In the early 1960s, before the Supreme Court took up the issue of reproductive rights, doctors frequently refused to dispense contraceptives to single women.
Sisters Jewel Jones and Amanda Roth have spent the past two years collaborating on a project to provide comfortable, functional clothing specifically for truckers.
Gov. Steve Bullock joked Monday that he should carry the distinctive orange business cards used by employees of Big Sky Economic Development, Yellowstone County’s economic development agency.
On Jan. 1, the Signal Peak Energy coal mine near Roundup will have a new chief executive.
A Japanese company that developed an innovative vertical-axis wind turbine at City College
Marissa Mayer, the 37-year-old chief executive of Yahoo, raised eyebrows when she announced in February that Yahoo employees would no longer be allowed to work from home.
Ernest Health Inc. wasn’t willing to say more Wednesday about why the groundbreaking on its $6 million West End rehabilitation hospital was postponed at the last minute.
Harold Sutton, who recently leased his massive warehouse on the West End of Billings, said he is happy to find a tenant, and possible buyer, with a business plan ambitious enough to handle his 70,000-square-foot building.
Four months after opening a showcase bank in downtown Billings, Stockman Bank officials on Tuesday kicked off another bank at Grand Avenue and 14th Street West.
First Interstate Bank chief executive Ed Garding, right, visits with Brian Brown, an employee Garding mentored in the past. Now Brown, a vice president, continues the bank’s mentoring program.
Competition from other retail chains and consumers using smartphones to find the cheapest prices contributed to Best Buy’s announcement Thursday that it will close some stores this year and cut staff at headquarters in Minneapolis.
By summer’s start, Billings will have two AutoZone Auto Parts stores.
When her boss calls her a bulldog, Deb Gardner smiles and accepts the compliment.
Eight months after Gulfstream International Airlines started flying Essential Air Carrier routes across Eastern Montana, residents will have to get used to another name.
CNNMoney.com reports that companies are fleeing California in droves, looking for friendlier business climates outside of the Golden State.