Spokane Journal of Business

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Designing a good reputation

In today’s fast-paced, high-tech world, it’s become increasingly important to evaluate our values and the professional image we’re presenting to others, say authors Stephanie Vigil and Colleen McMahon. ...

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Rockwood Retirement Communities’ big plans with Whitworth

Just three years after its $51 million redevelopment on Spokane’s South Hill, Rockwood Retirement Communities is turning its focus on the planned $69 million redevelopment of its North Side location, to be dubbed Rockwood at Whitworth. ...

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Tampien brothers buy seventh Spokane building

Spokane real estate broker Jordan Tampien says he’s in the process of acquiring his seventh Spokane-area property, the three-story Lerner Building, at 718 W. Riverside which he will co-own with his brother Joel Tampien. ...

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Charity Founder fosters community of kindness

Kindness for a Cause is a newly formed Spokane-based charity that seeks to cultivate kindness in the community by providing birthday and holiday events and donations for underprivileged children. ...

Skyhawks adds second international franchise

Skyhawks Sports Academy Inc., a Spokane-based business that runs athletic programs and camps throughout the country for children ages 18 months to 14 years, has added its second overseas franchise in Indonesia. ...

Analysis: Spokane economy is good, but needs more gazelles

The data from Olympia just rolled in. It turns out 2018 was the best year in recent memory for the Spokane economy. Take jobs: positions offered by local firms picked up by 5,300, or 2.4%, over the prior year. While the rate was a little less than ...

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Sigma Chi breaks ground on new house at WSU

Construction started last month on the first new fraternity house to be built in a generation at Washington State University’s Pullman campus. ...

Pride Prep starts fourth phase of its expansion

Pride Prep Schools has begun work on its fourth and final expansion and renovation phase at 811 E. Sprague, on the southern edge of the University District, says superintendent and founder Brenda McDonald. ...

New health center to open at Rogers High School

A new health care center is expected to open this fall at Rogers High School to serve students--and eventually, staff, students’ families, and the surrounding neighborhoods. ...

Vintner programs connect science with business

With sales and consumption at an all-time high, the wine industry is booming. According to the Washington State University Carson College of Business’ annual Business in the Northwest 2019 report, 23 % of Pacific Northwest business leaders ...

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