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  • Spokane business partners find success in startups

    Tyler Lafferty and Nick Murto plan to open Spokane’s first hip-hop yoga and spinning studio later this fall. These are not generally viewed as a sure bet.


  • T-shirts support work of Guilds’ School

    When Hobbs Smith arrived into the arms of his parents, Eric and Mery Smith, a year ago, doctors realized right away that he wasn’t exactly like his two older siblings. …


  • Independent developers hope to create next big app

    Three years ago, Spokane Community College student Randall Schleufer developed an iPhone game called Flickitty in his spare time. Within a month after uploading Flickitty to the iTunes Store, the …


  • Starting up the future

    The Spokane-area job picture is still shaky, with unemployment hovering near 10 percent. But in spite of the gloom, several startups are buzzing along, creating dozens of jobs and attracting …


  • Back-seat stickers

    The guys behind Spokane media agency Seven2 are branching out, testing an entrepreneurial experiment. With photos of pets – of dogs or cats that attach to car or truck windows.


  • Social media sobriety test helped local digital ad agency

    About a year ago the developers at Spokane digital ad agency 14Four had fun making a “social media sobriety kit” to help stop people from drunkenly posting on Facebook or …

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