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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Parting Thoughts with Rosauers CEO Jeff Philipps

Jeff Philipps has spent nearly 50 years in the grocery industry. Originally from Great Falls, ...

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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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Rohinni hires new CEO, plans move to Liberty Lake

Coeur d’Alene-based tech engineering startup Rohinni LLC has hired a new CEO and plans to move acr...

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Engineering Idaho: David Evans & Associates consults on major traffic changes

Established in Portland, Oregon in 1976, the transportation civil engineering consulting ...

Giant Storage complex planned in Post Falls

Post Falls-based Steel Structures America Inc. has started construction on the first phase of what eventually will be a self-storage complex encompassing 10 buildings with a storage capacity of 170,000 square feet, says the project’s co-owner....

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Parting Thoughts with Panhandle Health District’s Lora Whalen

ora Whalen is leaving Panhandle Health District after serving as its director for a decade. Whalen, age 61, was born and raised in Iowa, where she attended the University of Iowa for dual bachelor’s degrees, one in nursing and the other in Spanish. ...

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Exio business brokerage eyes Spokane businesses for next big boom

Baby boomers looking to sell their businesses have created a hot market for those looking to acquire companies, and a Coeur d’Alene-based brokerage claims it’s positioned well to handle that heat....

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Riverstone developer plans one last project in Coeur d’Alene urban village

Longtime developer John Stone and partners Nikole Cummings and Ryan Martin are taking their last bow in the development of the Riverstone District with plans to build one final mixed-used building in the Coeur d’Alene urban village. ...

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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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