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2017 Finalists for Financial Execs

More than 150 attendees and supporters of the 14 finalists for 2017 South Sound Financial Executive of the Year will be attending the Wednesday recognition luncheon on Wednesday. Read more about all these remarkable fiscal experts here.

Columbia Bank acquires Pacific Continental

Columbia Bank has announced today its purchase of Eugene, Ore.-based Pacific Continental Bank, a transaction valued at approximately $644.1 million.

Seattle firm to turn Tacoma's Washington Building into apartments

Seattle real estate investment firm Unico Properties has purchased the Washington Building in downtown Tacoma, with plans to turn the historic structure into apartments.

Holiday weekend schedules

Happy Holidays ! is the seasonal greeting, with much of the region's business world and government offices closing today until next Tuesday.

Bank of the Pacific corp. raises dividend

A strong financial performance in the past fiscal year has prompted directors of the parent to Bank of the Pacific to raise its cash dividend.

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U.S. new residential sales fell in April

U.S. new residential sales fell in April

Sales of new single-family residences nationally dropped off in April, compared to March 2017, but remained slightly ahead of the same month last year.

Commercial building a bright spot

Construction remains one of the stronger industry sectors, according to the monthly national employment report that was issued this morning.

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‘Special’ session #2 starts today

Businesses within Washington state still don't know what new taxes or tax rates might face them over the next two years. Legislators in Olympia are beginning another 30 days effort to agree on a two-year budget and how to pay for it.

No government work for ‘wage cheats’

State and local government contracts are no longer available to any company that's been found guilty of wage theft, under a new law signed today at the state capital.

Special session opens, action still slow

State lawmakers appear to be mostly sitting around the Legislative Building in Olympia, unwilling so far to open real negotiation dialogue to arrive at a new two-year budget. The Special Session began today, but there's no apparent progress.

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Archive »Regional News

No government work for ‘wage cheats’

State and local government contracts are no longer available to any company that's been found guilty of wage theft, under a new law signed today at the state capital.

Tacoma becoming attractive to investors

Ever more new and expensive office construction in downtown Seattle and its suburbs has some real estate investors looking to surrounding markets for opportunity.

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