Businesses 'are very hopeful' and taking advantage of opportunities to improve their situations
Office space in downtown Vancouver is now officially a hot commodity among engineering, commercial real estate and information technology firms.
Impact on Camas facility that employs nearly 100 unclear
Logitech International, parent company of Camas-based Logitech Music Business Group, plans to eliminate 5 percent of its workforce as part of an ongoing attempt to recover from faltering sales.
First book in all-city reading program features guidelines to digital age
Vancouver's first all-city read sprang to life Wednesday morning at City Hall with free copies issued of the program's first book and a discussion about our knowledge-based future.
CID Bio-Science renovates historic former American Legion hall
When a derelict building on the eastern edge of Camas showed fresh signs of life, neighbors stopped by to thank the new owners for restoring it.
Campaign for Greater Portland focuses on local success stories
Business promoter Greater Portland, working with a Vancouver-based marketing firm, is on the hunt for regional success stories, including those of companies on the north shore of the Columbia River.
Camas operations healthy; solar branch largely dismantled
Half a world away, the giant Japanese electronics company Sharp Corp. is in a world of trouble.
Innovate Washington focusing on structure, funding sources
The new state-funded business booster Innovate Washington is doing some innovation of its own, having created a public-private partnership while keeping staff dispersed instead of establishing a single central office.
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