Spokane Journal of Business

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A hamburger hit since 1907

COEUR DALENEThings dont change much at Hudsons Hamburgers.Sure, the place has moved a few times, but only by a matter of feet. Oh, and it did add three stools to its counter seating in 1983. Thats about it. Otherwise, Hudsons, in...

Regional lab plans to relocate

Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories Inc. (PAML), the Spokane-based regional medical laboratory that performs large numbers of tests on bodily fluids, plans to move its Spokane operations next year from two locations in the Spokane Valley to a...

Liberty Lake rides new wave

On its way to becoming an incorporated city, Liberty Lake is experiencing anotherand some say its biggestwave of general commercial construction.Liberty Lake area residents voted earlier this month to form their own city, rather than an part...

Park to get hotel, first plant

Granite Investments LLC, the Spokane company that plans to develop a 152-acre high-technology park near Spokane International Airport, says it now has decided to build a $10 million, 120-room Hilton Gardens hotel in the development.That project...

Colleges eye economic, public policy institute

Four Spokane-area colleges are studying the possibility of developing jointly an institute that would collect and analyze economic data for the Spokane area and use that data to provide research for and to advise leaders on public policy committee...

North Side Target store is slated for renovation

Target Stores Inc., the big Minneapolis-based discount retail chain, plans to begin renovating its store in the Northpointe Shopping Center on Spokanes North Side in mid-January.The remodeling work will involve reconfiguring the interior space...

Tech Group buys building downtown

Tech Group Inc., a Spokane-based company that provides temporary staffing for hospitals nationwide, has bought the former Integrus Architecture PS building in downtown Spokane.Royce Drye, president and CEO of Tech Group, says the company plans &...

Ex-Spokane venture now worth nearly $1 billion

Docent Inc., a Silicon Valley company that cut some of its teeth while based in Spokane as Stanford Testing Systems Inc., has grown to a market capitalization fluctuating around $1 billion following a highly successful initial public offering in to...

Rehab starts at Heritage strip center

Work has begun to rebuild the east end of a strip retail center at Heritage Village, a shopping center near the Division Street Y in North Spokane.The shopping centers owner, Heritage Village Partnership, also plans within the next two to...

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