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Intel shutting down DuPont operation

Technology giant Intel will be shutting down its DuPont operations as part of a major restructuring and revisioning process. About 350 employees will be affected.

April 2016

UPS, PLU to partner on solar energy project

University of Puget Sound and Pacific Lutheran University will be joining two other colleges to research how to make solar energy more efficient.

April 2016
Huge data center comes online in Puyallup

Huge data center comes online in Puyallup

Hidden in the trees in South Hill, just a few blocks away from the hustle and bustle of Meridian, is a large, two-building, 376,000 square-foot data center, called the Transpacific Hub. It officially came online today.

March 2016

Tacoma ‘Tech’ on TV

Tacoma highlighted for its value as a 'tech' home in Seattle TV newscast.

February 2016

Silicon Valley firm buys Tacoma's IID for $45 million

Tacoma cybersecurity firm IID has been acquired by publicly traded Silicon Valley firm Infoblox for $45 million.

February 2016

FA Insight acquired by TD Ameritrade

The acquisition of the Tacoma company by the Orlando-based online brokerage heralds the ever-growing importance of big data to the financial services industry.

February 2016

Capital Medical Center first to offer robot-guided spine surgery

Capital Medical Center is the first hospital in Washington state to offer robotic-guided spine surgery, according to a release from the Olympia facility.

January 2016

Multicare launches new virtual care service

MultiCare Health System is furthering its investment in virtual care with the launch of a new online diagnosis and treatment service for common health conditions.

January 2016

New job opportunity for veterans: Cybersecurity

The SANS Institute and nonprofit RallyPoint/6 are working together to start the SANS VetSuccess Immersion Academy in Tacoma, prepping veterans for a career in cybersecurity.

December 2015

Tacoma City Council rejects leasing Click!, looks to go all in

With two votes, the Tacoma City Council may be nearing a conclusion to the longwinding Click! Network debate.

December 2015
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