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‘Battle on’ for sick leave in Tacoma

Tacoma's City Council will consider a proposed ordinance at its 5 o'clock meeting today that requires employers to provide paid sick leave to all full-time workers beginning in 2016.

January 2015

2014: record year for WA Biz Bank

Record annual earnings were reported today for Washington Business Bank's 2014 performance. The Olympia-based financial institution grew its loans, net income, return on assets and return on equity.

January 2015

From BE: No SHOPing success, other health care items

Health care is the focus of this week's Business Examiner print/digital edition, with stories including medical marijuana outlets under fire, and small biz passing on SHOP. Also featured: Bite Me ! in Tacoma, an African-American-owned bakery beating the odds.

January 2015
Hawks’ Super Bowl is ‘super’ for biz

Hawks’ Super Bowl is ‘super’ for biz

The return to Super Bowl 2015 by Seattle Seahawks brings unexpected business opportunity to many South Sound companies, including an apparel printing firm in Milton. "We're going to make money in January," said its owner.

January 2015

Who’s Who is one day away

Wednesday evening will see the first big B2B networking event as Comcast Business Services sponsors Who's Who 2015 produced by Business Examiner Media Group.

January 2015

Business Examiner notes

Early-bird pricing ends tomorrow for Who's Who, the first Business Examiner event of 2015. When Daily Biz Briefs returns on Friday, the ticket price will have gone up by $5 -- which is still a bargain.

December 2014

Moctezuma’s now at Southcenter

Moctezuma's Mexican restaurant from South Tacoma and Gig Harbor has opened a new location inside Southcenter Mall in Tukwila.

December 2014

Accountants add resources for new year

A Sumner accounting and tax service office has joined with Jones & Sas CPAs of Redmond to create a two office, 10 person audit, tax and bookkeeping firm. The entire staff Brown & Senn Accounting team will remain intact.

December 2014

Real estate brokerage ‘going it alone’

Family real estate business will end its John L. Scott affiliation to concentrate on commercial and investment properties.

December 2014

‘Back to business’ in Olympia politics

NFIB Washington is using this week between the holidays to open a public discussion of the governor's proposal for higher taxes to fight climate change.

December 2014
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