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  • BlueStar Technologies’ Hansen pleads not guilty to fraud charges

    The man who once promised Spokane’s business leaders and elected officials he’d build a bustling Blu-ray factory downtown pleaded not guilty Monday to a 16-count federal fraud indictment. Clad in …

  • Disc maker teams with Joe Jackson

    Spokane business owner Erick Hansen, who for two years has tried without success to make the city a hub for Blu-ray disc technology, has forged a partnership with Joe Jackson, …

  • Low-income housing may return

    Two years after nearly 50 tenants of the Commercial Building were displaced by a high-tech manufacturing company, the downtown apartments may once again house low-income residents. A federal judge has …

  • BlueRay selling top two floors

    Less than a year after BlueRay Technologies Inc. displaced nearly 50 poor tenants from apartments on the top two floors of the downtown Commercial Building – sparking a lawsuit by …

  • BlueRay files counterclaim over records suit

    BlueRay Technologies Inc. claims a shareholder suing the company to make it disclose financial records is a former chief financial officer fired for allegedly not maintaining corporate records and for …

  • BlueRay sued for financial data

    A shareholder in BlueRay Technologies Inc. accuses the Spokane company of not maintaining or turning over records such as financial statements and lists of assets, and says a partial balance …

  • Retail, office condos planned for adjacent historic buildings

    After sitting vacant, two historic downtown Spokane buildings are slated to receive face lifts. Developers intend to transform the three-story, 23,400-square-foot former Jefferson Hotel, 115 S. Jefferson St., into street-level …

  • BlueRay to face eviction suit

    Blu-ray disc manufacturer BlueRay Technologies Inc. allegedly evicted dozens of poor residents of the downtown Commercial Building illegally, according to a class-action lawsuit a Spokane nonprofit law firm said it …

  • Discs are ready to fly

    The first Blu-ray discs could come off the line at a new downtown Spokane plant in two or three weeks, BlueRay Technologies Inc. executives said Tuesday. Several large machines, which …

  • BlueRay has a vision for Spokane

    A player in the technology battle to replace DVDs is coming to Spokane. California-based BlueRay Technologies Inc. has agreed to purchase a downtown building to house a $12 million environmentally …



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