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Dolores McClelland points to unwanted wires on the apartment complex she owns in Vancouver's Maplewood neighborhood.

Comcast-installed wiring frustrates Vancouver landlady

Dolores McClelland points to unwanted wires on the apartment complex she owns in Vancouver's Maplewood neighborhood.

August 9, 2016, 6:00am Business

Dolores McClelland is having a problem with Comcast, and it isn’t the reception on her TV. Read story

Recreational marijuana is off to a strong start financially in Washington, though it may be early yet to gauge some of its long-term effects.

What needs to change to maximize marijuana’s benefits to Washington residents?

Recreational marijuana is off to a strong start financially in Washington, though it may be early yet to gauge some of its long-term effects.

August 7, 2016, 6:02am Business

One billion dollars. If current trends keep up, that will be the value of marijuana retail and producer/processor sales in Washington state on a yearly basis. Read story

Sean McClain, CEO of AbSci, in November announced his company will lease a portion of Terminal 1 along the waterfront in Vancouver. AbSci, a Portland-based biotechnology company, has agreed to lease 6,200 square feet of former hotel room space in the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay building.

Bioscience company backs out of moving to Port of Vancouver

Sean McClain, CEO of AbSci, in November announced his company will lease a portion of Terminal 1 along the waterfront in Vancouver. AbSci, a Portland-based biotechnology company, has agreed to lease 6,200 square feet of former hotel room space in the Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay building.

August 5, 2016, 5:30pm Business

AbSci, touted as the first of many tenants for the Port of Vancouver's bioscience center on the waterfront, is backing out of plans to move to the former Red Lion hotel. Read story

Electric Lightwave, known previous as Integra, sold for $1.4 billion Wednesday.

Integra Telecom splits in two, lays off employees

Electric Lightwave, known previous as Integra, sold for $1.4 billion Wednesday.

August 4, 2016, 4:18pm Business

Vancouver-based Integra Telecom is splitting into two companies and laying off up to 10 percent of its workforce, according to reports. Read story

Construction continues on the downtown Vancouver waterfront in July.

Another tenant announced for Vancouver waterfront

Construction continues on the downtown Vancouver waterfront in July.

August 4, 2016, 1:36pm Business

High-end real estate firm Cascade Sotheby's International Realty is opening an office at Vancouver's downtown waterfront. Read story

Tayler Smith of Papa Murphy's sprinkles cheese on a take-and-bake pizza at the East Mill Plain Boulevard store.

Papa Murphy’s sees profitable 2nd quarter

Tayler Smith of Papa Murphy's sprinkles cheese on a take-and-bake pizza at the East Mill Plain Boulevard store.

August 3, 2016, 5:20pm Business

After a slow start to the year, Papa Murphy’s was able to raise some dough in a profitable second quarter, taking in $952,000 off of $29.9 million in revenues. Read story

A rendering shows what a $20 million face-lift and new tenants will do for Hazel Dell Marketplace at 408 N.E. 81st St. (Courtesy C.E.

Hazel Dell Marketplace getting a makeover

A rendering shows what a $20 million face-lift and new tenants will do for Hazel Dell Marketplace at 408 N.E. 81st St. (Courtesy C.E.

August 3, 2016, 6:03am Business

A Vancouver developer is pouring $20 million into revamping a Hazell Dell shopping center and bringing in a boatload of new tenants, including a few restaurants and retailers. Read story

The Nautilus Shop, 17711 S.E. Sixth Ave., is across the street from the company's headquarters.

Nautilus has another big quarter with sales jump

The Nautilus Shop, 17711 S.E. Sixth Ave., is across the street from the company's headquarters.

August 1, 2016, 5:04pm Business

Vancouver-based Nautilus Inc. showed some muscle this spring as it posted a 31 percent year-over-year increase in sales and a second-quarter profit of $3.5 million, beating analysts’ expectations. Read story

Linear Technology employees move through a corridor inside a clean room June 20, 2014. The semiconductor manufacturing plant in Camas employs 290 people.

Analog buys Linear Technology for $15 billion

Linear Technology employees move through a corridor inside a clean room June 20, 2014. The semiconductor manufacturing plant in Camas employs 290 people.

August 1, 2016, 2:19pm Business

In a major merger in the semiconductor industry, Analog Devices Inc. l bought Linear Technology Corp. for nearly $15 billion. Read story

The new Cowlitz casino resort takes shape in this aerial photograph on May 13.

Cowlitz Tribe wins federal appeal

The new Cowlitz casino resort takes shape in this aerial photograph on May 13.

July 29, 2016, 10:02am Clark County News

A federal court on Friday affirmed the recognition of the Cowlitz Tribe, preserving its reservation near La Center and the $510 million casino resort being built there. Read story