Spokane Journal of Business

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25+5: Ignite Northwest releases inaugural list of emerging tech companies

Spokane business accelerator Ignite Northwest has released its inaugural Ignite 25+5 list, which recognizes 30 young companies with an Inland Northwest presence. ...

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Etailz looks to regain its stride following transition

Spokane Valley-based online marketplace retailer etailz Inc., the one-time poster child for startup ...

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Thermal imagery business heats up

Thomas Ethen’s diverse resume through the years has led to the one job he finds to be most ...

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MulitCare physician explores new spine surgery technique

After 20 years of chronic back pain, former Stevens County Commissioner Fran Bessermin ...

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Teetering on the edge of a tech revolution

Mark Michaelis, CEO of Spokane-based software company IntelliTect, contends a growing number of...

B&C Custom Manufacturing enters two joint ventures, moves

Automated machining company B&C Custom Manufacturing Inc. is rapidly expanding, with two new joint ventures inked this year and the acquisition of a local tool and die shop that general manager Luke Ankenman says will create a one-stop shop at its new ...

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Lewis Lee-led IP venture grows here, internationally

Nearly 18 months after the quiet acquisition of Spokane-based 601West by global insurance giant Aon PLC, the small intellectual property business consultancy has grown to nearly 120 employees globally and is expected to nearly double its staff ...

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Cancer care alliance invests in new technology

The Alliance for Cancer Care is in the final stages of a two-year push to upgrade its stereotactic ablative radiotherapy equipment, which provides a more targeted method of administering doses of radiation. ...

Ptera inks broadband contract with Cheney

Cheney City Council has approved a contract with Liberty Lake-based telecommunications provider Ptera Inc. that will allow the city government to lease inactive fiber-optic lines to the company in exchange for broadband service. ...

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Putting the tech in architecture

The flood of technology over the past 10 years has changed the day-to-day operations of Inland Northwest architecture firms, and up-and-coming technology advances have the potential to change the industry even more, experts say. ...

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