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Electric cooperatives have a different way of conducting business than other utilities.  The main benefit of the co-op business model is that members own the organization.

Interested in starting a food co-op or in learning how to more efficiently operate an existing food co-op?  Join us in Bloomington, IN, on Feb. 28-Mar.

Farm Credit Bank of Texas (FCBT), a cooperatively owned wholesale bank that provides funding for rural retail lenders, has released preliminary unaudited financial highlights and results for the ye

The 2014 International Summit of Cooperatives is the cooperative community's largest international business event. It aims to help cooperative and mutual businesses achieve their full potential.

Farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States will share in an estimated $433 million cash distribution from CHS Inc.

In the UK and across the world, co-operatives help provide a better life for immigrants and asylum seekers.

The cost of living has been on the rise for a while – and for students feeling the pinch, co-operatives are providing cheaper options for accommodation, food and t

In what could be a sign that the U.S.

Carole Umbel, a Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) member from Hanover, is the recipient of the Good Samaritan Award, presented by the Virginia, Maryland & Delawa

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