Spokane Journal of Business

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Gold Reserve court-win payoff stymied

The Venezuelan government has petitioned a French Court of Appeals to set aside or annul a $740 million award granted to Gold Reserve Inc., the Spokane-based mine exploration company, in compensation for the loss of the company’s primary mining property...

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Inland Northwest ski slopes await nature’s course

Inland Northwest ski resorts have prepared their slopes so they can open as much terrain as the earl...

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Wildfire-fighting company Aero-Flite to relocate to Spokane International Airport

Areo-Flite Inc., a Kingman, Ariz.-based wild land firefighting company, is in the process of relocat...

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Tax incentives in Idaho could lure more Washington companies

With its new tax breaks and Spokane Valley-based aerospace parts manufacturer Advanced Thermoplastic...

Touchmark South Hill to develop fitness center

Touchmark on South Hill Retirement Community is in the early planning stages for development of a 13...

North Idaho College plans $15 million tech-education facility

North Idaho College has selected Coeur d’Alene-based design firm Architects West Inc. to lead the design team for a planned $15 million Career Technical Education Facility that will nearly double the school’s enrollment capacity in seven programs, say...

Northwest Farm Credit Services reports rise in earnings year to date

Northwest Farm Credit Services, the Spokane-based agricultural lender, has posted earnings of $173 million for the nine months ended Sept. 30, a $2.2 million increase compared with the year-earlier period. In a press release, Northwest FCS President and...

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Movher: Moving with a woman’s touch

Sabrina Jones grew up bucking bales and driving a wheat truck on her parents’ farm south of Spokane. She thinks that’s what gave her the chutzpah to open a different kind of moving business four years ago in Spokane—a moving company that caters to w...

Ecova launches efficiency platform for utility clients

Spokane-based energy management company Ecova Inc. has launched a new cloud-based platform for its customers, called the Ecova Efficiency Platform, says Ted Schultz, senior vice president of utility solutions for the company. The platform, Schultz says,...

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Inland Power rolls out new solar panel array

Spokane-based electric cooperative Inland Power & Light Co. has built a solar panel array, launched its new Community Solar program, and is preparing to build a second solar panel array, says John Francisco, its chief of energy resources. The program en...

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