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 ...


Medical diagnostics developer prime for growth

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


Continuous Composites secures $17M in financing

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


Communities in Schools serves through COVID-19

Once housed in 400 square feet of diminutive office space in downtown Spokane, the nonprofit ...


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...


Hemmingson’s Triumph: Lakeside Capital buys Triumph Composite plant

Wanting to generate long-term, high-paying manufacturing jobs in the Inland Northwest, a company led by veteran businessman and philanthropist John J. Hemmingson has acquired Triumph Composite Systems Inc.’s nearly 50-acre parcel of land and ...


Johnston Engineering builds on strong 2020

Johnston Engineering PLLC saw its strongest year-over-year growth last year and is on track to meet or exceed that level this year, says owner Andy Johnston....


Spokane neurosurgeon team gets hand from robotic arm

Now in possession of a $1.5 million robotic arm, a team of eight Inland Northwest neurosurgeons has a tool to improve the accuracy of spinal surgeries while helping to aid patient recovery. By industry standards, says neurosurgeon Dr. Nathaniel Whitney, ...


Stay Alfred founder forms new venture

Jordan Allen, founder and CEO of the now-defunct vacation rental company Stay Alfred, is starting the next act of his entrepreneurial career with the launch of Ruumr Inc., an online residential real estate bidding service. ...


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....

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