The Cato Institute, a think tank focused on small government, recently published a report card for all of the nation’s governors, ranking them from ‘A’ to ‘F’ based on how they approached taxes and state spending.
“Virginia is for lovers,” but Montana is for families. According to a new study by the University of Montana’s Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research of the 11.7 million visitors to Montana last year, the biggest spenders weren’t here on a date.
A recent study by the University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research finds that manufacturers across the state are optimistic about 2016, but not quite as enthusiastic than they were about 2015.
I'm just as stressed as the next college senior, but work stress can add a lot to an individual's plate. A new study by Harvard Business School as well as Stanford University shows that workplace stress can be just as harmful as secondhand smoke.