Spokane Journal of Business

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Executive Pay sees double-digit increase

Executive pay at Inland Northwest-based publicly traded companies increased by double digits during the pandemic year of 2020, a Journal of Business analysis has found. The surge in total compensation for executives occurred during an unusual ...

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Medical diagnostics developer prime for growth

Before the arrival of COVID-19, privately held Spokane-based biotechnology company GenPrime Inc. sta...

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Continuous Composites secures $17M in financing

Coeur d’Alene-based additive manufacturer Continuous Composites Inc. has secured $17 million in...

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Hemmingson’s Triumph: Lakeside Capital buys Triumph Composite plant

Wanting to generate long-term, high-paying manufacturing jobs in the Inland Northwest, ...

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Pacific Steel plans new facility in East Spokane

Montana-based Pacific Steel & Recycling plans to move its Spokane operations to a new two-building...

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Spokane manufacturers expect long lead times into 2022

Some manufacturers here say that demand for their products remains high, but they expect to experience ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic into 2022....

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Jubilant HollisterStier broadens its expansion plans in East Spokane

Jubilant HollisterStier plans to invest $92 million to expand its existing facilities in North Spokane and double its capacity, broadening the scope of an expansion the company first disclosed late last year....

Motor maker Infinitum Electric looks to expand into Spokane

A Texas-based developer of an air-core motor is planning to expand research and development operations to Spokane this year. Infinitum Electric develops lightweight, high-performance electric motors for use in commercial and industrial products and plans...

Gold Reserve cuts executives’ pay for $1 million-plus savings

The president of Gold Reserve Inc. and two other executives have taken voluntary salary cuts even though the company is debt free and has $60 million in working capital....

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Hecla Mining reaps benefits of surging silver market

Hecla Mining Co., the largest silver producer in the U.S., finds itself in a strong position and an ironic one at the same time. On one hand, the 130-year-old Coeur d’Alene-based company is benefitting from a strong precious-metals market that some...

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