Since 1986, the state has returned $63 million in previously unclaimed property to Alaskans, former Alaskans and heirs. But in some cases, owners never show up.
Large insurers, backed by private equity, are scooping up brokerages formerly owned by Alaska lenders.
Alaska officials credited the investment comeback in retirement accounts to strong performance in domestic and international stocks and private equity.
Uber's representatives have been approaching restaurant and food truck owners about joining its roster.
Assuming it's affordable, the new broadband network will give emergency workers the ability to send photos, maps, videos and voice files as they respond to crimes and disasters.
The three-year agreement includes wage increases and improvements in bereavement leave.
Customers who are so inclined can see right into the kitchen and watch as the food is being made.
Nearly 300 households and businesses were without internet on Tuesday, the company said.
More chains are emphasizing local touches under what has typically been an Anywhere, USA, business model.
Auto loan delinquency rates in Alaska have consistently tracked below national averages since 2008. That is no longer the case.
Professional economists have said the state's current recession is "moderate." Now you can see how they arrived at that conclusion.
OneWeb, whose investors include Airbus, Qualcomm and Virgin, plans to provide internet service everywhere on Earth through a network of mass-produced satellites.
Bill Popp, the head of the Anchorage Economic Development Corp., blamed the Legislature for the lingering recession.
Statewide job losses are on track to drop 4 percent over two years, but employment could stabilize by next year.
JL Properties, an Anchorage real estate firm, is buying a stake in one of Iceland's largest hotel chains.