Spokane Journal of Business

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Remitly opens Spokane office

Remitly, a Seattle-based international money transfer company that claims to serve nearly 2 million customers, has opened a Spokane office in the Bennett Block building, at 503 W. Main downtown. The company transfers more than $6 billion annually for c...

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Third time’s charm: Alisha Benson leads GSI after two interim stints

Alisha Benson served briefly as interim president and CEO for Greater Spokane Incorporated after ...

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Pipl Inc. expands along with world’s ‘identity crisis’

In the digital age, a new identity can be created with the click of a few buttons, data breaches and...

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Spiceology maintains aggressive growth clip

It’s an early Saturday, and the warehouse of the Spokane-based spices and rub company Spiceology...

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Beacon of progress at Beacon Hill

For nearly 31 years, the Beacon Hill development has been a dream of Spokane developer Pete Rayner. ...

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Majority of new Spokane medical students are women

For the first time in the nation’s history, the enrollment of women in medical degrees has surpassed male enrollment, a trend that Spokane-area medical schools say has found its way into their halls. And what’s more, they report that a growing ...

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Working with a True Life Canvas

As the daughter of Coeur d’Alene artist Stephen Shortridge, Hayley Shortridge-Gabriel foresaw a future that was going to resemble something similar to that of her father’s. At least until the reality of an artistic lifestyle set in. “The idea of ...

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Pryotek builds facility to supply aluminum smelters in Middle East

Spokane-based manufacturer Pyrotek Inc. is building a manufacturing facility in the Middle East to help meet growing consumer demand for aluminum in that region....

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Hardwick & Sons moves ahead in Post Falls

Hardwick & Sons hardware store has selected a site along east Mullan Avenue in Post Falls for its new store, the architect on the project says. Mark Latham, owner of Post Falls-based ML Architect & Associates Inc., says a 22,000-square-foot building ...

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