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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2010

Steve Dahlstrom, CEO of Spokane Teachers Credit Union, continues to prove that his soft-spoken guidance is a beacon in dark economic times. (Dan Pelle)

Dahlstrom will hand STCU reins to Tom Johnson

Spokane Teachers Credit Union on Thursday announced Vice President Tom Johnson will take over as CEO when Steven L. Dahlstrom (in photo) retires in December.On May 24, Johnson will be promoted to executive vice president, in preparation for the handoff of the CEO reins.Dahlstrom has...

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Avista reports lower earnings due to mild winter

Avista Corp. saw its earnings drop in the first quarter, and officials with the Spokane company say weather was largely to blame.“We had a challenging first quarter because our region experienced one of the warmest January to March periods on record combined with low precipitation...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2010

Three groups win top Spark Awards

Three area groups and their ad agencies won the top awards in the recent Spark Awards, presented by Spokane Regional MarCom Association, made up of area marketing and public relations professionals.About 80 different Spark awards were presented to groups, businesses and associations for creative work....

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Malcolm Unsworth is the CEO of Itron Inc., a publicly traded company with world headquarters in Liberty Lake. (J. Bart Rayniak)

Itron could use more visits with Obama

Did it make any difference when Itron Inc. CEO and President Malcolm Unsworth met with President Barack Obama in a Rose Garden ceremony last week?The Itron stock symbol seems to tell the story.On Friday morning, April 30, Itron shares opened at $80.45. That morning Unsworth,...

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TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2010

MONDAY, MAY 3, 2010


Sterling recapitalization plan nears completion

Sterling Financial Corp. today announced new investments that could fulfill the Spokane institution's need for additional capital.Thomas H. Lee Partners, which last week committed $134 million to the recapitalization effort, will increase its investment to $170 million.Sterling said it will also offer, in a private...

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