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House Panel to Discuss Development Incentives

PIERRE - A House panel plans to discuss a wide-ranging plan aimed at luring large industrial projects to the state while also helping to bring smaller projects to South Dakota.

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South Dakota Leaders Heading to Texas to Promote Oil Jobs

RAPID CITY - A group of western South Dakota business and civic leaders is heading to Houston to stake a claim for oil business.

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Sioux Falls Airport Officials Considering Hotel

SIOUX FALLS - Officials with the Sioux Falls Regional Airport are weighing plans to build a hotel to accommodate more travelers.

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South Dakota Legislative Panel Looks at Revenue Prospects

PIERRE - The South Dakota legislative committee that puts together the state budget is working to determine how much money the state will have to spend next year.

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South Dakota Faces Federal Cuts, Furloughs

PIERRE - Gov. Dennis Daugaard says South Dakota could lose at least $10 million in federal funding from automatic spending cuts set to take effect Friday.

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GDP in Sioux Falls Metro Grew by Less Than 1 Percent

SIOUX FALLS - A key economic indicator shows that South Dakota's largest city experienced slight growth in 2011.

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Barnes & Noble Chairman Leonard Riggio Wants to Buy Retail Business, Dump Nook eReader

NEW YORK - Founder Barnes & Noble's founder Leonard Riggio disclosed in a regulatory filing Monday that he wants to acquire the company's stores and website, but not the business that makes the Nook e-reader or the company's college bookstores.

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Facebook Takes Advantage Multi-million Dollar Tax Breaks

MENLO PARK, Calif. - Facebook has released its tax information and despite the fact that it made over a billion dollars in profits last year, the company won’t be paying any taxes, but will instead be collecting a $429 million refund.

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Minnehaha Commissioners Approve Fertilizer, Seed Plant near Colton

SIOUX FALLS - Commissioners in Minnehaha County have approved a $10 million fertilizer and seed plant near Colton.

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Brandon Pet Groomer Reaches Customers Worldwide

BRANDON - A South Dakota man who created a business in his garage is now shipping his pet-grooming products worldwide, and has even gotten attention from the White House.

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