This week, four major retailers slapped restrictions on gun sales that are stronger than federal law.
A nine-unit warehouse with 13,000 square feet of office space is being built in Spokane Valley, according to permits issued by the city.
The Spokane office of Northwestern Mutual of the Inland Northwest is moving to a building currently under construction in Spokane Valley’s Pinecroft Business Park, just north of Mirabeau Park along the banks of the Spokane River.
The $24 million replacement of Linwood Elementary School just north of Spokane city limits was issued its first commercial building permits by the county
Public pressure against companies connected to the gun industry following last month’s school shooting in Florida has hit an unlikely target: REI, the outdoors co-op better known for its public lands advocacy, liberal return policy and annual dividend for customers.
Some 600 computers used to “mine” bitcoin and other virtual currencies have been stolen from data centers in Iceland in what police say is the biggest series of thefts ever in the North Atlantic island nation.
BlackRock, an investment firm that manages over $6 trillion in assets, says it is asking gun makers and retailers how they are responding to a high school shooting in Florida, a move that could add pressure on those companies to make changes.
Organizers of Detroit’s big auto show are talking about moving it from frigid January to October starting as early as 2020.
The Securities and Exchange Commission late last year dropped its inquiry into a financial company that a month earlier had given White House adviser Jared Kushner’s family real estate firm a $180 million loan.
Wall Street is losing its appetite for McDonald’s, believing there aren’t many fans of its new Dollar Menu.
Department store chain J.C. Penney says it has cut more than 300 jobs and reported disappointing sales at established stores for the quarter that includes the holiday season. It also delivered a muted outlook, and its shares fell 6 percent.
President Donald Trump on Friday insisted “trade wars are good, and easy to win,” a bold claim that prompted pushback from a Nebraska Republican who quipped “kooky 18th century protectionism will jack up prices on American families.”
Trillion-dollar budget deficits are returning next year, and $2 trillion-plus deficits are not far off in the wake of President Donald Trump’s tax cuts and last month’s big budget deal, a private group warned in a new analysis Friday.
When Seattle-based Rover.com set out to find the next spot to launch a second office, among its top qualifications were a growing tech-savvy talent pool to draw from and a diverse and pet-friendly community. Spokane quickly fit the bill.
Local inventor Emory Clark finds international success with his SwRing, a play device that has proven to be effective therapy for children with autism.
Some states are taking advantage of a dispute between Georgia and Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines over the company’s decision to cut ties with the National Rifle Association, urging the airline to relocate.
U.S. stocks sank sharply in another dizzying day of trading after President Donald Trump promised stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, which investors feared could lead to retaliation by other countries and higher
Kroger is raising the minimum age to buy guns at its Fred Meyer stores, the third major retailer to place restrictions on gun sales that exceed federal law.
Uber is driving deeper into health care by offering to take patients in every U.S. market where it operates to their next medical appointment.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell had a smooth public debut in his new job as head of the nation’s central bank. But investors want to know whether he is really as optimistic about economic prospects as he appeared to be.
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