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- 3 Ugandan's long medical journey finally brings him back to Billings
- 4 CNN’s Ling documents women seizing oil patch opportunities
- 5 Father of Riverside student who killed herself questions whether bullying played a role
Unattended gasoline pumps are a favorite place for crooks to test stolen or counterfeit credit cards before going on a shopping spree.
MISSOULA — An appeals court has upheld a $28.4 million jury award in a lawsuit filed by a Missoula software company against the largest school bus company in North America.
As software giant Microsoft prepares to send its widely used XP operating system off into the sunset, many business owners worry that their computers might crash or will suddenly fall prey to hackers.
Tony Rodono’s City Prints map decor business took center stage — literally — at the Charlotte Chamber’s year-end celebration.
MISSOULA — A move to a new computer system has caused some delays for people receiving benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, state officials said.
Below are listed U.S. patents issued to Montana inventors April 24-May 22, 2012. The information is provided by Billings patent attorney Antoinette M. Tease. Call 657-1562 to include patents in our list.
HELENA — The Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University is unveiling new Internet software that helps travelers find carpooling options.
At a Dade County courtroom, Blain Heckaman, left, and Ian O'Flaherty, display their TrialPad application. The $89.99 app for lawyers to use in trial to present digital evidence, instead of hiring a tech consultant by the hour to show evidence.
Tom Rupsis, who owns Granite Peak Systems, has developed two custom software programs for local businesses. City Brew regional director Abby Reno said one of Granite Peak's software programs has cut the hours she spends scheduling employees by three-fourths.