Archive of: Tacoma

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New Key Bank leaders named

Brian Marlow has been named president of the South Puget Sound Market by KeyBank. He succeeds Steven Maxwell, who has announced plans to join Kitsap Bank.

April 2014

TrueBlue again named to ‘Trustworthy’ list

For the third time, TrueBlue Inc. of Tacoma, a leading supplier of blue-collar temporary labor nationwide, has been named to the Forbes magazine 2014 list of 100 “Most Trustworthy Companies.”

April 2014

‘Lunch and Laughter’ for health care

More than 525 supporters of Community Health Care in Pierce County heard CHC President and CEO David Flentge provide an annual report on activity by the non-profit that operates five medical clinics and three dental clinics.

April 2014

Franciscan data breach affects 8,300 patients

A January data breach at Franciscan Medical Group may have put an estimated 8,300 patients' personal information into the hands of email scammers, the company announced.

March 2014

Crime grows with business traffic on 6th Ave.

High traffic volume is good for businesses on Sixth Avenue in Tacoma, but, like anywhere, it comes with a caveat.

March 2014

Builders ‘go to school’ to teach

Builders brought to students in Mt. Tahoma High School advanced woodshop class hands-on experience and focuses on what type of education is needed to succeed in future careers.

March 2014

From BE: Today’s jobs are fewer, different

Staff Reporter Katie Scaff writes about the continuing deficit in Pierce County jobs -- 6,500 below the 2008 pre-recession total -- in today's Business Examiner edition.

March 2014

High-performing companies in print/online

Next week’s issue of Business Examiner will feature employers that are recognized as leaders in the areas of employee connections and interactions, workplace cultures and staff benefits support.

March 2014

Tacoma City Council approves 'Auto Row'

Auto dealers along South Tacoma Way received the go-ahead from Tacoma’s City Council last night to pursue plans for placing promotional signage along I-5.

March 2014

HopeSparks looking for a new leader

David Duea, president and chief executive officer of Tacoma’s HopeSparks Family Services will be leaving that job this June, ending a 13-year run that has seen the non-profit agency repeatedly recognized for innovation and service.

March 2014
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