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Small businesses expected to invest in variety of technologies this year

Small businesses this year are expected to invest more money in technologies such as block chain and cloud-based solutions, among others, according to Cleveland-area-based Hyland.
The content services provider company said organizations worldwide will accelerate their investments in enterprise technology this year to become more ... (full story)


Automation goes further with machine learning

High volume, repetitive tasks are just the sort of activity for which robotic process automation, or RPA, was developed.
The technology is an evolution of automation, involving the use of software with AI or machine learning, according to Sage, an online service provider specializing in accounting, human resources and business m ... (full story)


Funds and taxes

Q: Do I have to pay capital gains taxes for stocks my mutual fund sold when the fund paid taxes on them, too? -- D.S., Laramie, Wyoming
A: A mutual fund doesn't pay taxes on capital gains of stocks its managers sold during the year -- you do.
Funds are required by law to distribute all income from dividends, interest and ca ... (full story)


Minnesota farmer, distributor raises beef to improve soil

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CLEARWATER, Minn. (AP) — Cattle perked up and started to moo as Matt Maier fired up his tractor to bring over a fresh roll of baleage for his herd.
One frisky cow leaped behind the bale, nipping at the fermented hay before Maier rolled it out.
Maier raises grass-fed beef, and in the Central Minnesota winter he lays o ... (full story)


Washington Supreme Court OKs lesser version of carbon cap

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SEATTLE (AP) — The Washington Supreme Court last Thursday reinstated a severely limited version of Gov. Jay Inslee's plan to cap carbon pollution in the state, a decision the Democrat described as a "clarion call" that lawmakers must act on climate change.
In a 5-4 ruling, the court said the Clean Air Rule cannot ... (full story)