Workers are reluctant to give up the flexibility they gained during the pandemic, but many executives are adamant the office is still a necessary nexus for innovation and collaboration.
The company acquired the project in 2019 from Caelus, which had done some of the work to prepare the field.
Patagonia is suing Nordstrom for committing trademark infringement by allegedly selling “thousands” of counterfeit Patagonia merchandise items at Nordstrom Rack stores after a yearslong partnership ended.
Some of the 13 million U.S. employees 65 or older work because they want to, others because they need to.
Some local hosts who rent out their cars through Turo report having their bank accounts garnished after failing to pay state taxes.
The former owner of a North Pole petroleum refinery is financially liable for groundwater pollution that has contaminated drinking-water wells around the refinery, the Alaska Supreme Court said in a new ruling.
Even seemingly innocuous comments concerning news events can escalate into bitter, emotionally charged workplace arguments that alienate coworkers and customers, damage relationships, and negatively affect morale.
The dispute involves questions over Gray Television’s control of two leading television stations in the Anchorage market.
Plus, two women’s clothing stores become one, Brown Jug adds a southside store and a pet supply shop is shuttering a location while Bed Bath & Beyond is closing in Anchorage.
The hotel would be the largest lodging project in the resort community in decades.
The company’s chief aerospace safety officer suggested engineers who worked on development of the MAX are still coming to terms with how the company contributed to the two crashes.
Alaska’s push to become a bigger player in the clean energy market is in the spotlight at a conference convened by Governor Dunleavy, even as the state continues to embrace new fossil fuel production, including the Willow oil project.
Is it my job to make my supervisor feel secure, or is it my job to do my job?
Friday’s election of Susanne Fleek-Green and Jim Nordlund, who ran on “clean energy,” marked a significant shift. But the results weren’t a wholesale rejection of Chugach Electric’s incumbent board.
Workplace advice: Managers often pay a steep price for when they delay “bad news” discussions.
The hospital tried to build similar facilities in 2015, but the state rejected the request.
At least 12 other states have passed similar legislation, which waives taxes on the sale and exchange of dollars for gold.
The settlement resolves claims that GCI inflated its prices under a federal program supporting telecommunications needs for rural medical providers. A former GCI employee raised the allegations in a whistleblower complaint.
The Legislature’s oil and gas consultant said the proposed hike would likely not affect current production, but there could be downside risk to investment in future projects.
The average Anchorage home price of $469,000 represented a 20% increase since 2019.
Workplace advice: You might not need to break the noncompete; it might not be worth the paper it’s printed on.
Three Valdez residents behind the proposed ski area say a resort could provide year-round tourism opportunities as more cruise ships arrive and the oil industry declines.
The judge on Tuesday voided an environmental review that helped authorize the small-scale fishery, a $30 million industry that employs hundreds.