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Local inflation twice U.S. average

America's strongest metropolitan marketplaces are seeing more inflation for consumer prices than the rest of the country. That is why South Sound shoppers are seeing twice the national average in annual price increases through June.

August 2017

Strong borrowing lifts HomeStreet results

Weaker demand for residential mortgages, because of the tight supply situation, impacted quarterly earnings for HomeStreet Inc., corporate parent to HomeStreet Bank.

July 2017

Robbins will serve Oregon, too

The statewide trade association for financial institutions in Oregon has named the CEO of Tacoma's Columbia Bank as its chair-elect.

July 2017

Connectivity cited at MultiCare

Electronic connectivity over a widely-spread health care network is again putting a Tacoma-based system in the national spotlight.

July 2017

MultiCare: Largest local health system in state

New executive appointments are a next step as MultiCare Health System in Tacoma assembles its management team for newly purchased hospitals and medical clinics in the Spokane area.

July 2017

Feds make next ST loan advance

The next $88-million in federal loans for light rail projects by Sound Transit has been completed, as the agency builds out the commuter passenger service to Bellevue-Redmond.

June 2017

Commercial construction backlog growing

No slow-down yet in a booming construction industry, according to first quarter reports from a national builders group.

June 2017

Report: IAM pulls out of S.C.

The largest Boeing Commercial Airplane operations outside of Puget Sound will remain a non-union workforce, after labor organizers pulled out of their office in North Charleston.

June 2017

New SBA advocate named

The Trump administration is beginning to fill out political appointments at federal agencies, including the U.S. Small Business Administration.

June 2017

No government work for ‘wage cheats’

State and local government contracts are no longer available to any company that's been found guilty of wage theft, under a new law signed today at the state capital.

May 2017
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