Spokane Journal of Business

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Exbabylon IT Services rises from small-town start

With a population of just more than 2,000, the small northeast Washington town of Newport might not seem like an obvious place for the headquarters of a flourishing information technology management, cloud security, and consulting company....

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2019 Rising Stars: Dan Wadkins

At age 35, attorney Dan Wadkins already has put in 10 years helping prominent Spokane-based law firm...

MultiCare debuts virtual care services in Spokane

Tacoma-based MultiCare Health System has started a new virtual care service in Eastern Washington in...

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Proptech makes its mark in Spokane

Innovations fueled by cloud computing and new technologies collectively known as proptech ...

Millennials said to value sustainable apartment features

In an industry where trends come and go with the seasons, Spokane-area real estate experts say ...

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Gonzaga to begin work on $56 million building

Gonzaga University plans to start construction in September on a new, $56.1 million Integrated Science and Engineering facility, says Jim Angelosante, vice president of administration at the private university. ...

S2 Media secures investor funding

A Spokane Valley-based microbiology culture media company has completed a round of investment funding that its founder says will enable it to increase production exponentially. S2 Media LLC, which operates in a 5,000-square-foot office and warehouse...

Blockhouse group considers Doomsday Hill project

The Blockhouse consortium has its sights set on its next development, to be dubbed the Blockhouse|Life at Doomsday Hill, according to predevelopment applications on file with the city of Spokane. ...

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Spokane Solid Waste asks public for help in battery disposal

Garbage from across Spokane arrives in one truck after another at the city of Spokane’s Solid Waste Disposal center on the west edge of town at 2900 S. Geiger Blvd. During the summer months, up to 800 tons of trash a day is delivered ...

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TDS Metrocom, CenturyLink install more fiber in the Inland Northwest

More fiber-optic network activity has begun to crop up in Coeur d’Alene and Spokane. TDS Metrocom, a Madison, Wisconsin-based telecommunications company, is constructing a new fiber optic network in Coeur d’Alene, with the intention of offering ...

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