Archive of: Banking/Financial Services

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‘Creating order out of chaos’ is appealing

Sue Horgen has been keeping the numbers in order for most of the time since late 2000, when she joined The Rescue Mission in Tacoma. But she is clear that her work is about more than numbers in a budget or account – it's about people.

April 2017
April SSBiz: ‘It’s about the money’

April SSBiz: ‘It’s about the money’

The South Sound's only local business monthly magazine for April is headed to subscribers this week, including coverage of local banks & credit unions, as well as hospitalists, tips to avoid workplace conflicts and more.

April 2017

‘Making a difference for others’ motivates

April 2017

Striking a balance: Fun & Accountability

As he approaches "semi-retirement," Dillanos' CFO Rand Hill is remembering a 45-year career that has taken him from Europe to Japan and Alaska to Chile, yet always included the "people side" of corporate numbers.

March 2017

No April Fools: Sales tax rates going up

Retail sales tax rates are going up a tick on Saturday, April 1st, for many South Sound locations. In many areas of King County, they reach the mystical 10 percent tax rate, or higher.

March 2017

Hearing ‘It can’t happen’ is motivating

This finalist for 2017 Financial Executive of the Year believes, "Listening and learning from everyone is key to the future of any business leader." Shantel Jones, CFO of Tacoma Propeller, lives that intention, as she also models it for her children.

March 2017

Small biz experience in not-for-profit role

A dedicated financial professional in a not-for-profit organization provides positive engagement with management and the board of directors to accomplish overall mission – that describes Richele Center, a finalist for 2017 Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017

14 Finalists for Financial Execs awards

Financial leaders of 14 private companies, non-profit organizations and government units are being judged for 2017 South Sound Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017

‘Economy not as bad as pols say’

A major bank's economist says the large run-up in stock markets since last November's election could lead consumers to spend more in 2017, enough to raise the national GDP rate by 1 percent. His views on Tacoma were central to a breakfast session today.

March 2017

BECU employees work for neighborhoods

Largest credit union in the state shares its record of charitable giving and membership growth for 2016.

February 2017
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