One of Billings’ oldest and largest real-estate firms is getting a new name attached to one of the biggest financial figures in the country.
When I wanted to start a global business in Bozeman, many people told me it was impossible. They just didn’t know Montanans like I do. We don’t give up easily. If there’s one thing I’ve found as I raised my family and grew my business here, it’s that the love of freedom and individual libert…
Greg Gianforte is Montana’s high-tech rainmaker whose tiny Bozeman startup morphed into a $1.5 billion software corporation in just 15 years and spawned dozens of offspring when it was sold to one of America’s richest companies.
BUTTE — Oracle, one of the nation’s largest corporations, looks forward to expanding its “special relationship” with Montana and its universities, its president, Safra Catz, told the Montana Economic Development Summit as the two-day event wrapped up Tuesday at Montana Tech.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, ConocoPhillips chief executive officer Ryan Lance, the president of software giant Oracle and Boeing’s chief executive are among a slate of prominent business leaders headlining a two-day economic summit in September, according to Sen. Max Baucus.
HELENA — During his entire campaign, Republican U.S. House candidate Steve Daines has pointed to his business experience at software firm RightNow Technologies as an asset. “I spent 60 hours a week-plus for the last 12 years at RightNow, having to fight to grow a company,” he said in a recen…
MISSOULA — It’s been almost a year since software mogul Greg Gianforte sold his Bozeman-based company RightNow Technologies in a $1.5 billion deal to Oracle Corp.