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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Communities in Schools serves through COVID-19

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

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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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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 ...

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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....

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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, ...

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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. ...

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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....

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