Spokane Journal of Business

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Spokane home market is on the road to balance, some Realtors say

In the Spokane housing market, active inventory, months supply of inventory, and median days on the market are all up by triple digits, while the sales are down by double digits. And while that would indicate a down or declining market typically, prices ...

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Rings & Things files for Chapter 7 liquidation after 50 years in business

After 50 years in business, Spokane jewelry component and bead wholesaler Rings & Things has closed ...

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Cyber liability emerges as area of concern for execs, directors

Representatives of some cybersecurity-focused organizations here say that cyberattacks are becoming ...

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Meet & Greet with Fairchild AFB Col. Chesley Dycus

In July, Col. Chesley Dycus took the reins as commander of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing at Fairchild ...

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Prairie Living: $25 million retirement complex to open next year on Moran Prairie

Construction is under way on a $25 million-plus development dubbed the Gallery at Spokane, which ...

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Daugharty Commerce Park planned in Hayden

Construction is expected to begin next month on a 42-building complex dubbed Daugharty Commerce Park, which will have 136,000 square feet of commercial space available for lease in Hayden, says Paul Daugharty, member of Daugharty Investments LLC, the ent...

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What’s Happening With: Beacon Hill developments

Developers behind the long-envisioned but chronically stalled Beacon Hill planned unit development say the first phase of housing construction plans should be back on track in coming weeks, when the pumps that will supply water to the site are installed. ...

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Office culture can compromise employees’ health

Career choice may play a significant role in people’s wellbeing and health, though it may not be as simple as the field they choose or even their rank within the organization. Scientists have long suspected that there are strong links between stress...

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Lukins & Annis focuses on growth, works to attract young attorneys

Lukins & Annis PS, one of the largest law firms in the Inland Northwest, has been working on the firm’s culture and diversity as its staff trends younger, says president and principal Mike Maurer. “We have a program where we hire law students between...

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INW advisers: Watch out for red flags when investing nest eggs

In light of recent charges against the local financial adviser accused of stealing millions from his clients, Spokane-area financial professionals and the legal examiner involved in the case say there are red flags investors should watch for and ways to ...

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