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Case in Point: Citizen Potawatomi Nation develops an economy (07/18)
Researcher discusses how the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma built its economy.

Morongo Band won't disclose water usage from bottling plant (07/16)
The tribe hosts a $26 million Nestle Waters facility on the reservation.

Dine College on Navajo Nation to offer degree in tribal business (07/15)
Students are being accepted for the fall semester, with applications due July 18.

Mohegan Tribe continues efforts to diversify economic holdings (07/15)
The tribe is launching a digital office technology business.

Fort McKay First Nation blames shortfall for lack of per capita (07/11)
At one point, band members were receiving more than $10,000 a year.

Navajo Nation energy firm sees 16.8 percent boost in revenue (07/11)
The company took in $458 million, or $156.3 million more than the prior fiscal year.

New eatery features food from Tohono O'odham and Yaqui tribes (07/08)
Restaurant in Tucson, Arizona, is due to open in early October.

Washington counties owe millions for illegal tax on reservations (07/07)
County is sending $5 million in refunds to businesses like Wal-Mart and Home Depot.

Navajo Nation Council seek to resolve dispute over energy firm (07/07)
A new charter could be ratified in a special session later this week.

Native Sun News: Payday loan story stirs squabble at Pine Ridge (07/07)
Raycen Raines was described as a 'rogue tribal member' intent on dragging the Oglala Sioux Tribe into nefarious business deals.

Young Navajo woman leads petition against racist trademarks (07/03)
Navajo lawmaker says more young people are fighting the mascot.

Sen. McCaskill seeks information about Alaska Native contracts (07/03)
Letter prompts harsh rebuke from Sen. Mark Begich of Alaska.

Law Article: Supreme Court decision could impact tribal lenders (07/03)
Attorneys explore whether the the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community will affect the tribal payday loan industry.

Poarch Creek invests in hotel projects across border in Florida (07/02)
Tribe continues development efforts in the Gulf Coast area of Florida.

Senate Indian Affairs Committee tackles economic development (06/26)
Leaders of Indian organizations outline ways to help businesses succeed.

Sponsors keep their distance from embattled Washington team (06/26)
One firm that was quick to condemn racism in the NBA has been silent about the NFL.

FedEx facing more pressure to end relationship with NFL team (06/25)
Section of stadium is named for former of team who refused to allow African Americans on his roster.

Opinion: Washington NFL team loses business with racist name (06/25)
Two professors say a study of economic data shows why the Washington NFL team should eliminate its racist mascot.

Oneida Nation asked Bank of America to break with NFL team (06/24)
Tribe wants Bank of America and FedEx to end their business relationships with the team.

NCAIED hosts Reservation Economic Summit in nation's capital (06/24)
More than 350 tribal leaders, Indian entrepreneurs and state and local officials are attending the conference.

Supreme Court won't hear appeal filed by Indian tobacco firm (06/23)
Native Wholesale Supply Company was fighting efforts to comply with state laws in Idaho and California.

Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on tribal economies (06/23)
The hearing will focus on the lack of access to capital and how federal programs can improve access.

Cherokee Nation continues work for Arkansas River power plant (06/20)
Facility would be located at the W.D. Mayo Lock and Dam in Oklahoma.

Oneida Nation puts pressure on FedEx in campaign over mascot (06/20)
Firm holds naming rights on the team's stadium and its president is a co-owner of the team.

Al Jazeera: Tribes face scrutiny for Internet lending operations (06/17)
Al Jazeera publishes a project on the Internet loan industry in Indian Country, including the involvement of the Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake.

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe settles dispute over raid of smokeshop (06/13)
The tribe was accused of selling untaxed cigarettes.

Eastern Shoshone man plans to release Eagle Eye Wine label (06/13)
Mike Eagle hopes to sell his wine label at tribal businesses across the country.

Oklahoma court affirms $47.7M judgment in tribal tobacco case (06/11)
Native Wholesale Supply went bankrupt in 2011 and has a petition pending before the Supreme Court in another case.

Lawyers dispute effect of Supreme Court case on tribal lenders (06/10)
The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community affirmed the principle of tribal sovereign immunity but not everyone agrees the case affects tribal-owned Internet lending companies.

Coal company starts exploratory drilling on Crow Reservation (06/09)
The reservation is home to a 1.4-billion ton coal reserve.

Lytton Band makes $10M deposit in local financial institutions (06/09)
The deposits represent the tribe's commitment to local businesses, attorney said.

Crow Tribe enters concessioners contract for recreational area (06/06)
The tribe is responsible for operations at Ok-A-Beh Marina.

Mohegan Tribe to bring 16 Smashburger locations to Northeast (06/06)
Tribe continues to diversify its economic holdings.

Seminole Tribe won't be purchasing struggling bank in Florida (06/03)
But tribe still plans on entering the banking business, with an eye towards Indian housing loans.

Soo Tribe apologizes to Saginaw Chippewa Tribe for racist call (06/03)
Call was made by a telecommunications executive who is a meme of the Sault Tribe.

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