Spokane Journal of Business

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Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area’s decline in public-company headquarters proves steep

The Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area has lost publicly-traded company headquarters at a greater rate than similar sized metropolitan areas, according to an analysis completed earlier this month by Spokane-based Hart Capital Management Inc. Nine publicly trad...

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Petite gyms, burly growth

“Yeah, Greg! Come on, you got that,” Courtney Moczulski barks at fellow CrossFit Rewired member ...

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Ag Energy Solutions finds unexpected market for biochar

Carbon Logic, the first product line to be produced by Ag Energy Solutions Inc., of Spokane Valley, ...

Key Tronic is target of hostile takeover attempt

Spokane Valley-based Key Tronic Corp. says it learned last week through a U.S. Securities and Exchan...

Housing study says supply won’t meet demand in Spokane area

There’s not enough designated developable land here to meet demand for housing through the next tw...

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Harrison’s Cycle Haus: Cycling through seasons

Teri and Russell Riberich have set out to ride a path to economic vitality with the small community of Harrison, Idaho, on the southern shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene. The Riberiches, owners of Harrison Cycle Haus Corp., which does business as The Cycle H...

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College Free Agents startup gets go-ahead from NCAA

College Free Agent LLC, a company started by two young Spokane entrepreneurs, wants to help university athletic departments identify and recruit athletes at other programs who are categorized as redshirt juniors. Now, it has the approval from the Nationa...

Sandpoint Center office building changes hands

Sandpoint Equities LLC, a Los Angeles-based real estate investment concern, has bought the Sandpoint Center Building in downtown Sandpoint, says Ned Brandenberger, the building’s manager and leasing agent, in a press release about the transaction. Taco...

Stay Alfred to provide stock options to employees

Stay Alfred, the nationwide urban vacation rental company based here, says its full-time employees will receive stock options in the 6-year-old company. In an August 31 press release, the company said the offerings are expected to create “future owners...

Best Places To Work INW finalists announced

Alliance Data Systems Corp., Gallagher Benefit Services Inc., and Moss Adams LLP are the three finalists in the 1,000-plus employee category of the 2017 Best Places To Work Inland Northwest recognition program, conducted by the Journal of Business. Promi...

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