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Eye on Wall Street: Staying the course during October swings

Anchorage entrepreneurs share advice for new businesses

United Way initiative aims to develop young philanthropists

Stocks plunge again, extending losses; bond prices soar

Planning for business transitions should start early

What happens when small business owners are ready to retire or sell their business? A panel of banking and business experts tried to help answer that question during an Oct. 2 seminar in Anchorage organized by KeyBank.

New Chukchi analysis still on track

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is moving step-by-step through a revised environmental analysis of Chukchi Sea offshore oil and gas development and expects to remain in schedule for a draft supplemental environmental impact statement, or SEIS, to be complete by late October.
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Archive » Construction

Refurbished Port of Anchorage cost estimated at $485M

Refurbished Port of Anchorage cost estimated at $485M

DOD spending down, Corps finds other work

Military construction activity continues to decline across Alaska, but work with other federal agencies should keep government contractors busy. Overall, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expects to have $410 million worth of work available on more than 400 projects in the state during the federal fiscal year 2015, which runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, according to Alaska Contracting Division Chief Chris Tew. That is about flat compared to the $416 million spent in fiscal year 2014.

Port Mac rail extension needs $120M more from state

Municipality of Anchorage seeks $340M for port damage

The Municipality of Anchorage is looking to recoup up to $340 million in the two lawsuits it has against contributors to the failed Port of Anchorage Intermodal Expansion Project. Outside municipal counsel Bennett Greenberg said at an Oct. 28 Alaska U.S. District Court hearing in Anchorage that the city hopes to recover a combined $300 million from project manager Integrated Concepts and Research Corp., former port designer PND Engineers and CH2M Hill Alaska, which now owns dock design consultant VECO Alaska.

Eagle River ‘brake light hill’ getting a winter makeover

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Archive » Real Estate

Anchorage commercial real estate market going strong

United Way launches effort to address housing shortage

United Way launches effort to address housing shortage

United Way Anchorage is spearheading a collaborative effort to attack Anchorage’s housing woes.
Building sector maintains gains from 2013

Building sector maintains gains from 2013

Crews are busy across Alaska as the summer building season is in full swing.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Healthy small businesses can solve state housing crisis

Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living

Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living

Want new neighbors? A small group of Anchorage residents does and they are developing a neighborhood new to Alaska: cohousing.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Property management: The other side of real estate coin

Arguably, real estate’s most tangible segment is residential sales — the buying and selling of homes. Why? Likely, this connection can be contributed to the immediacy that most individuals have with the concept and process.
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