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For transplants from the Midwest, it's hard to see Santa Fe as a center of manufacturing, but a new study shows that businesses that actually make things or put them together represent … more
New Mexicans still have a lot of affection for locally owned stores and brands, but as more and more people go to the internet for purchases, that loyalty is eroding, says an annual survey released by The Garrity Group Public Relations. more
In this and next week's article I'll list each of the topics of the series and give examples of what you can do to manifest each management basic. more
The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry have reminded tax professionals that their entire digital network could be at risk for remote takeover by cybercriminals. Such a takeover could lead to fraudulent tax filings and damage to their clients. more
Who comes first - self, team members or customers? My first answer is to say all three come first. So much depends on the context of the question. The context could be who comes first at work, at home or in the community. It is a question of priorities. There is a lot to be considered about this question of who comes first. Here are three approaches: more
The movie and television industry generated a record $505 million for New Mexico's economy in the past year, an increase of nearly $120 million over the previous 12 months, Gov. Susana Martinez said Wednesday (Aug. 9). "From our talented workforce to our unmatched scenery and robust incentives, the choice is clear," the governor said from a soundstage at Albuquerque Studios. "New Mexico is the perfect place for film and television production." more
The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry recently warned tax professionals that ransomware attacks are on the rise worldwide as bad actors here and abroad infiltrate … more
Business owners cited “lack of specific skills” as the main reason they can’t find qualified workers, according to new research by the National Federation of Independent … more
A 1-megawatt solar array in Tres Piedras started soaking in the sun and pumping power to the grid last week. Kit Carson Electric Cooperative announced the completion of the solar array in an Aug. … more
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Young people can be hard to impress, but students from Albuquerque's Academy of Trades and Technology charter school were visibly stoked by a tour of Rader Awning during 2016 Manufacturing Day events.Before-and-after shots of the 15 charter school … more
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