What’s next in corporate travel technology? Your smart phone is your hotel room key? Yes, it’s on its way and in some cases, already here.
By now, most people have seen friends or celebrities pour buckets of ice water over their heads as part of the “ice bucket challenge” for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the neurodegenerative condition also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — Two former Wyoming residents have created a videogame that centers around a park ranger stationed in a watchtower in the Shoshone National Forest wilderness with plot and dialogue based on real places within the state.
NEW YORK — A generation ago, students on semester abroad were practically incommunicado, aside from airmailed letters and one or two calls home. These days, from the minute the plane lands, kids studying overseas are connected with home via Skype, Facebook, and messaging apps like Viber and …
Target Corp. has named Brian Cornell, a senior executive at PepsiCo Inc., to be its new chief executive, becoming the first outsider to lead the nation’s fourth-largest retailer.
YouTube stars are borrowing an idea from Hollywood’s Golden Age: product placement.
An interactive photo essay covering key technologies developed during the first world war, from camouflage to tactics and weaponry.
Approximately 1.8 million travelers go through our nation’s airports every day. Most business travelers think they travel well, but that’s not always the case. They usually don’t think about safety because nothing has happened to them or whatever steps they take to guard their safety can be …
The Phillips 66 Billings Refinery pledged on Wednesday to donate $750,000 over three years to support enhanced science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in Billings School District 2 elementary and middle schools.
WASHINGTON — It would be healthy — in the sense of promoting honesty — if every report warning of global warming and climate change (the two terms are interchangeable) came with the following disclaimer:
The business of doing business is often overwhelming and causes business owners and leaders to spend our days dwelling on the minutiae of day-to-day operations instead of what is truly important: communicating with our customers and clients and our employees.
From the foreground, Drew Gerber, Sophie Malin and Kya Sorli work on their iPads in Shane Fairbank’s class at Central Catholic High School. Students are benefiting from technology upgrades made possible with Mayfair fundraising.
For anyone still wondering whether technology enhances learning, just step inside a classroom where iPads are used.
It may be just the kind of place anyone would want to work. In one area sits a foosball table, pingpong table and video golf game to help employees break through creative blocks. In another area, slices of birthday cake adorn plates on the kitchen’s island counter.
WASHINGTON — You might compare the U.S. economy to someone who's recovering from a serious illness. At first, everyone hopes the patient will return to normal. Then it's gradually realized that the patient suffered permanent damage and will never be the same. So, perhaps, with the economy. S…
SUNBURST — A group of Sunburst Middle School students is among five winners in a national contest to raise student interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
CASPER, Wyo. — A clunky, plastic cash register sits abandoned behind the counter at Jacquie’s Bistro in Casper.
From his office in Billings, Casey Anderson supervises more than a dozen petroleum geologists
FLINT, Mich. — At a time when many people have put off buying a new car until the economy improves, the last thing we need is a stringent government regulation on fuel efficiency that will raise the cost of vehicles and make matters even more difficult for consumers.
SUNBURST — A group of Sunburst Middle School students are among 15 semifinalists in a national project by Samsung to raise student interest in science, technology, engineering and math.