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Boeing takes another 100k sq. ft. in S.C.

Boeing this week confirmed its plans to lease 100,000 sq. ft. of office and lab space to create a research and development unit near its manufacturing units at Charleston, S.C.

September 2014

Tacoma’s gain is loss to Port of Seattle

Gains in container shipping activity at Port of Tacoma in the past year have moved it well ahead of Seattle, according to a report by JLL, a services and management firm offering specialized real estate services.

September 2014

53,000 aerospace workers in So. Carolina

The on-going story of Boeing employment growth in South Carolina is being noticed in that state, with Charleston becoming an alternative manufacturing hub for 787 Dreamliner models.

August 2014

From BE: Next Gen leaders, full hotels, Spaceworks on Hilltop

In today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition, Content Manager Arnie Aurellano meets members of 2014 “40 Under Forty” to learn how this “Next Gen” group feels about entrepreneurship, philanthropy and community.

August 2014

Earnings up for Kitsap Bank

Olympic Bancorp, parent company for Kitsap Bank, announced a 14 percent increase in profits for the first half of 2014.

August 2014

Tickets about gone for U.S. Open

Next summer’s huge U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay is nearly sold out for individual tickets, unless you’re able to step up with “big bucks.”

August 2014

Golfers take swings for charity

Lucky golfers endured today’s picture-perfect weather to play Chambers Bay Golf Course in the seventh annual Chuckals charity tournament, including eight who flew in from the Atlanta area just for the event.

August 2014

Charleston excited for 787-10 win

Analysts and community leaders in South Carolina are hailing Boeing's decision to build all 787-10 models there as a harbinger of even better news to come to the greater Charleston production facility.

July 2014

Solar leasing, installation subject to WUTC

State regulators today issued a formal policy finding that companies that lease rooftop solar systems, and sell power produced to a customer, are likely subject to regulation as an electrical company.

July 2014

Activist, barrister & coach: 40 Under Forty

A former beauty pageant contestant turned political consultant, football star turned attorney and an experienced athlete now teaching next generation kids to succeed; these are today's 40 Under Forty honorees.

July 2014
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