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WASHINGTON — Everyone knows that economic inequality has increased dramatically since the 1970s, and this has created a new cottage industry: dissecting "the top 1 percent." We now have a study from three economists that broadens what we know about these top earners. The study's biggest news…
A photo finish for third place at the prestigious Roy Griak Invitational cross country race in Minnesota last weekend has earned Montana State Billings junior Robert Peterson the title of co-runner of the week in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
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.
There’s another hotel brand coming to Billings on the northwest corner of Interstate 90 and South Billings Boulevard.
While most kids her age were playing with Barbies, Lisa Abeln was already thinking about a career in health care.
The number of Americans who get their health insurance through their employer has declined 8 percent in a decade — from 69 percent in 1999-2000 to 61 percent in 2008-2009, the most recent data available. And low- and moderate-income families have been hardest hit.
Gary Mullen has been named director and assistant professor of equestrian studies at Rocky Mountain College.
Former Denver Broncos star Karl Mecklenburg is confident that John Elway can match his Hall of Fame playing career with success as a football executive.
Organic chemistry strikes fear into the hearts of many college students. Budding scientists struggling to make sense of benzene rings and other complex compounds often see their career aspirations dashed by a class that's widely considered one of the toughest on any college campus.