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Intensive coverage and analysis of Alaska's economic engine, from multibillion-dollar industries to mom-and-pop small businesses

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Alaska Business Monthly

Since 1984, Alaska Business Monthly has documented, analyzed, and promoted the mercantile health of the 49th state, from Alaska's multimillion-dollar industries to its single proprietors and small businesses. Experienced journalist, publisher, and business-magazine manager Jim Martin leads a team of intrepid reporters and writers, talented artists, and a discerning editorial staff, all with strong roots in the region and a deep interest in the inner workings of the state's monetary engine. Like John Maynard Keynes' surprise guest appearance on Deadliest Catch, each article and editorial places a thoughtful economic focus on some of Alaska's most important industries, from construction-employment reports to oil and gas developments to tourism news. Far from mere number-crunching and pie charts, the pages of Alaska Business Monthly also celebrate the real-life humans that make up the companies and mom-and-pops throughout the state, with special reporting on the importance of Alaskan Natives in some of the region's top businesses, and profiles that reveal the interesting stories behind a neighborhood burger joint or a thriving tech outfit.

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