Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

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. ...


Professionals place greater emphasis on self-care

A growing number of working professionals are looking to budget time and finances toward both ...


Providence hospitals, INHS work to fill CNA void

Faced with a shortage of certified nursing assistants, Providence hospitals in Spokane have ...


Northwest Specialty Hospital adopts new robotic technology

Northwest Specialty Hospital, in Post Falls, is changing the way many of its patients’ spinal...


Zombie Attack: Group looks to reduce number of abandoned ‘zombie’ homes

A loose group of Spokane professionals has begun working to relieve some of the pressure ...


Selkirk envisions $80 million Papillon Towers on North Bank

Spokane-based development company Selkirk Development LLC has set its sights on a new, two-tower project that founder and CEO Sheldon Jackson hopes will set a new standard for development in Spokane. ...


Fruits of labor at Pacific Fruit building

Workers are putting the finishing touches on the newly renovated office space in the Pacific Fruit & Produce building at 102 E. Main that will house Spokane-based financial company JMK & Associates. ...


New arts building rises at St. George’s School

Saint George’s School is constructing a new arts building on its campus at 2929 W. Waikiki, just north of Spokane. The building, which is valued at about $428,000, will be used by students in grades kindergarten through eighth and will have a music...


Financing restrictions eased for condo buyers

Recent changes to the Federal Housing Administration’s condominium financing guidelines will make buying a condominium cheaper and such homeownership more accessible, says Darin Watkins, governmental affairs director for the Spokane Association ...


Financial institutions, customers endure trade disputes

As trade disputes between the U.S. and some foreign nations persist, a couple of financial institutions here say they and their customers are weathering the storm. ...

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