Spokane Journal of Business

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Tech, health care careers top fastest-growing occupations list in Spokane

Stephen Heath needs more watchers on the wall. And Heath, a part-owner at Spokane Valley-based information technology company Intrinium Inc., doesn’t appear to be alone. ...

Web.com to close its Spokane office

Web.com plans to close its Spokane office and lay off 64 workers here, beginning June 1. Web.com G...

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GoToTags tags Spokane as place to grow

Software and data tag company GoToTags, which relocated to Spokane from Seattle last year...

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Wagstaff expands in Spokane Valley

Spokane Valley-based aluminum castings equipment manufacturer Wagstaff Inc. is adding...

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PayTrace puts its focus on business merchants

PayTrace Inc., a company specializing in payment processing software for businesses, processed 52 ...

Telect merges with sister company

Telecommunications equipment manufacturer Amphenol Telect Inc., based in Liberty Lake, has merged with Livermore, Calif.-based All Systems Broadband to form Amphenol Network Solutions. The new company will be headquartered at 22425 E. Appleway in Liberty...

Klundt|Hosmer starts digital-focused division

Spokane marketing and graphic design agency Klündt|Hosmer has launched new division called Klü, which will focus on the digital marketing side of the business. The Klü division is comprised of a team of four, including two new hires, bringing ...

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Hotstart acquires UK engine heating manufacturer

Spokane Valley-based maker of engine heating equipment Hotstart Inc. has acquired IPU Group’s engine heating business based in the United Kingdom. ...

Custom homebuilding tech startup launches

Todd J. Sullivan, owner of custom home building company Sullivan Homes LLC, says he has launched a new tech startup called Customhomes.house, which is being guided by StartUp Spokane, University of Washington’s Co-Motion labs, and Mind to Market....

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Lee & Hayes highlights importance of asset protection

For the first time since the stock markets opened in the U.S. in 1817, most of the value of the top five S&P 500 companies is comprised of intangible assets, says Richard Denenny, president of Spokane-based intellectual property law firm Lee & Hayes PC. ...

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