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40/40: Large crowd salutes 2017 class

40/40: Large crowd salutes 2017 class

For the 15th consecutive year, Business Examiner Media has recognized 40 young leaders from the South Sound as "40 Under Forty" recipients.

October 2017

40/40: IT tools, justice & efficient homes

Today's "40 Under Forty" honorees include an IT leader who believes it is people, not tech tools, that are important; a "super lawyer" always seeking 'win-win' outcomes, and a preeminent designer-builder of Passive Homes nationwide.

October 2017

40/40: In the air, underground and at home

Today's profile of "40 Under Forty" honorees shares the story of customer service into entrepreneurship, creating homes from the ground up and starting fresh in a new environment.

October 2017

Olympia's GHB Insurance celebrates 90 years

Olympia brokerage GHB Insurance, Inc., is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a challenge to contribute to a local nonprofit.

October 2017

40/40: Helping, learning & teaching

Learning and teaching – and how they are inter-connected – are common themes among three "40 Under Forty" honorees, even though none of them have that specifically in their job description.

October 2017

Caring for storm-impacted pets

Animal-loving consumers in the South Sound and greater Puget Sound market are opening their wallets to help feed cats and dogs impacted by Gulf Coast hurricanes.

October 2017

40/40: Families, Community & Justice

A former charter fishing boat captain turned homes facilitator and an attorney who seeks to bring effective legal representation to clients who might feel 'priced out' of other established law firms are today's "40 Under Forty" honorees.

September 2017

40/40: Returns from work, distilling success

Running toward success the story of one "40 Under Forty" honoree and finding it relatively early in a career describes another. Both stories are included in today's profile of 2017 honorees.

September 2017
Working on / in the community

Working on / in the community

"Days of Caring" will bring more than several hundreds of Thurston residents in workgroups and other associations for community service tomorrow and Saturday.

September 2017

State forecast sees revenue increase

Less than three months into Washington state's new biennium, economic forecasters already see larger tax collections than expected, along with generous opportunity for later weakness.

September 2017
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