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Kaspien Holdings Inc. joins Hart Capital Inland Northwest Index and Composite

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 16, 2020

Kaspien Holdings Inc. will join seven of the Inland Northwest’s largest publicly traded companies measured in the Hart Capital Inland Northwest Index and Composite, beginning with its third-quarter report.

Kaspien Holdings Inc. recently rebranded from Trans World Entertainment Corp., the former parent company of Spokane-founded etailz, and moved its headquarters from Albany, New York, to Spokane Valley.

Etailz also rebranded earlier this month, becoming Kaspien.

Hart Capital Management, an independent, research-focused investment firm with offices in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene, launched its Inland Northwest Index and Composite in 2006.

The Hart Capital Index tracks the largest and most influential publicly traded companies headquartered in the Inland Northwest with a methodology similar to the Standard & Poor’s 500. The Hart Capital Composite measures each company by total market capitalization. Amy Edelen can be reached at (509) 459-5581 or at

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