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UPS named best college to get a tech job

The University of Puget Sound came in at No. 19 among the Top 20 American "Best Colleges for Getting a Job in Tech" by MSN's IT Insider technology section.

September 2015

Chinese President schedules stop in Tacoma

Tacoma's Lincoln High School is getting a special visitor next week: The paramount leader of China himself, President Xi Jinping.

September 2015

Wave gets bigger, awaiting Click!

B2B connectivity company Wave has acquired Layer42, a provider of Ethernet services for business customers throughout Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay area. Wave made an offer to take over Click! Network in Tacoma earlier this year.

September 2015

Future not bright for Click! if not leased

For Click! Network, the city has to either go all in or all out, according to Doug Dawson, president of CCG Consulting. But new report doesn't account for the entrance of CenturyLink.

August 2015

Rainier Connect, Net-Venture join forces

Tacoma Internet service providers Rainier Connect and Net-Venture are entering a Joint Operating Agreement, effective. Sept. 1.

August 2015

TOTE to create first LNG-powered RO/RO ship

The Midnight Sun, a RO/RO vessel custom built by TOTE to accommodate larger equipment, will soon be powered by liquefied natural gas.

August 2015

Tacoma Community College gets cybersecurity grant

U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer announced today that TCC won a $600,000 National Science Foundation grant to educate and train cybersecurity professionals.

July 2015

Four South Sound hospitals named 'Most Wired'

Hospitals & Health Networks' annual Most Wired Survey gave top marks to MultiCare Health System, Madigan Army Medical Center, Mason General Hospital and St. Elizabeth Hospital.

July 2015

City council could look at keeping Click!

Tacoma Public Utilities Boardmember Bryan Flint presented an alternative option: having the city go all in and competing with local Internet service providers.

July 2015

New health care group includes MultiCare

Cambia Grove, a new health care industry collaboration, today named MultiCare Health System as an anchor partner. It seeks to establish the Pacific Northwest as a region as an epicenter for the new economy.

July 2015
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