Spokane Journal of Business

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Lewis Lee-led IP venture grows here, internationally

Nearly 18 months after the quiet acquisition of Spokane-based 601West by global insurance giant Aon PLC, the small intellectual property business consultancy has grown to nearly 120 employees globally and is expected to nearly double its staff ...


Shock to the system: Arena football’s return to Spokane

Former Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Sam Adams says he plans for more than football once the ...


Cancer care alliance invests in new technology

The Alliance for Cancer Care is in the final stages of a two-year push to upgrade its stereotactic a...


New best interest rule for investment brokers draws concerns

The Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a new rule that went into effect Sept. 10 ...


Q&A with Spokane Boxing’s Rick Welliver

Boxing is in Rick Welliver’s blood. The owner of Spokane Boxing Gym LLC, at 115 S. Jefferson downt...


Katerra co-founder Fritz Wolff steps down from company’s board

Katerra Inc. co-founder Fritz Wolff has stepped down as a board member, company spokeswoman JZ Rigney has confirmed. Wolff, a Spokane resident, couldn’t be reached immediately for comment. ...


Professionals place greater emphasis on self-care

A growing number of working professionals are looking to budget time and finances toward both physical activity and self-care to prevent burnout – physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or over stress – wellness experts here say. ...


Providence hospitals, INHS work to fill CNA void

Faced with a shortage of certified nursing assistants, Providence hospitals in Spokane have created a program they think will satisfy their demand. ...


Northwest Specialty Hospital adopts new robotic technology

Northwest Specialty Hospital, in Post Falls, is changing the way many of its patients’ spinal surgeries are conducted through the use of a surgical robot navigation platform, says spinal surgeon Dr. Roland Kent. ...


Financial Trex targets Generation X, millennial clients

Though it wasn’t her intention at the start, a Spokane-based financial planner says her young firm has found a niche among younger generations of people in need of financial expertise. ...

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