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Columbian staff writer

Nautilus, which is based in Vancouver, is changing its name (The Columbian files)

Vancouver-based Nautilus to sell more than 4 million shares

Nautilus, which is based in Vancouver, is changing its name (The Columbian files)

June 15, 2023, 5:20pm Business

The stock price for local fitness equipment manufacturer Nautilus Inc. rallied Thursday after the company announced it will be selling more than 4 million shares of stock in an effort to raise roughly $5 million. Read story

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo announced it is laying off about 120 employees across its workforce. The company is currently building new headquarters on the Vancouver waterfront, with the goal of moving in 2025.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo lays off 120 employees companywide

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo announced it is laying off about 120 employees across its workforce. The company is currently building new headquarters on the Vancouver waterfront, with the goal of moving in 2025.

June 14, 2023, 1:26pm Business

Vancouver-based technology company ZoomInfo has laid off about 120 employees across its business, the company announced in a Securities and Exchange Commission disclosure earlier this month. Read story

Renderings of the upcoming Terminal 1 development sit on easels during a press conference at Terminal 1 on the Vancouver waterfront.

Legislation boosts Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1, will fund new dock for public market

Renderings of the upcoming Terminal 1 development sit on easels during a press conference at Terminal 1 on the Vancouver waterfront.

June 12, 2023, 6:19pm Business

With sun shining, boats blaring and jets flying overhead, local lawmakers, port officials and Washington State Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti gathered at the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 on Monday to celebrate economic development. Read story

How does mental health affect one’s job? Sometimes it simply prevents them from doing it, said Dr. Keith Bachman, medical director for Kaiser Permanente Northwest’s Workforce Health team. Maybe there’s a lack of energy. Maybe there’s another problem compounding it, like substance abuse. Maybe it’s a combination.

Workplace Wellness: Doctor says stigma-free environment key to supporting workers

How does mental health affect one’s job? Sometimes it simply prevents them from doing it, said Dr. Keith Bachman, medical director for Kaiser Permanente Northwest’s Workforce Health team. Maybe there’s a lack of energy. Maybe there’s another problem compounding it, like substance abuse. Maybe it’s a combination.

June 9, 2023, 6:02am Business

Some days being productive at work is just a challenge. But when an employee is also struggling with mental wellness, it can be even harder. Read story

Clark Public Utilities headquarters is pictured in Vancouver on Oct. 13, 2020.

Clark Public Utilities board decides to join nuclear power feasibility study

Clark Public Utilities headquarters is pictured in Vancouver on Oct. 13, 2020.

June 6, 2023, 3:37pm Business

Despite several public objections decrying nuclear energy in the region, the Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners unanimously approved participation in a feasibility study for a small nuclear reactor development Tuesday morning. Read story

Clark Public Utilities journeymen linemen Eric Mills, left, and Tyler Hendrickson work to replace a fuse on Potter Road in Battle Ground. The utility saw its winter energy usage hit a 23-year high in 2023.

Winter power usage hit 23-year high, Clark Public Utilities says

Clark Public Utilities journeymen linemen Eric Mills, left, and Tyler Hendrickson work to replace a fuse on Potter Road in Battle Ground. The utility saw its winter energy usage hit a 23-year high in 2023.

June 6, 2023, 6:07am Business

As summer starts to set in, folks begin relying more and more on their air conditioners. But just a few months ago, those same folks were relying on their heaters. So much so that this winter, energy usage reached a 23-year high. Read story

The AC Marriott Hotel stands above Vancouver Landing. The projects were the first two completed as part of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment.

Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 project wins award

The AC Marriott Hotel stands above Vancouver Landing. The projects were the first two completed as part of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment.

June 2, 2023, 5:10pm Business

With its incorporation of history and its restoration of Vancouver’s shoreline and connections to the rest of the city, Terminal 1’s Vancouver Landing can add another achievement to its list: award winner. Read story

Attendees listen to a panel of transportation experts talk about the Interstate Bridge Replacement Project on Thursday during an Economic Forecast Breakfast event at Hilton Vancouver Downtown. Pictured from left to right: The Columbian transportation reporter and panel moderator William Seekamp, Vancouver City anager Eric Holmes, Thompson Metal Fab President John Rudi, Interstate Bridge Replacement Program Administrator Greg Johnson, Washington Trucking Associations President Sheri Call and Port of Vancouver Director of Economic Development Mike Bomar.

Economic Forecast Breakfast focuses in on I-5 Bridge replacement’s impacts

Attendees listen to a panel of transportation experts talk about the Interstate Bridge Replacement Project on Thursday during an Economic Forecast Breakfast event at Hilton Vancouver Downtown. Pictured from left to right: The Columbian transportation reporter and panel moderator William Seekamp, Vancouver City anager Eric Holmes, Thompson Metal Fab President John Rudi, Interstate Bridge Replacement Program Administrator Greg Johnson, Washington Trucking Associations President Sheri Call and Port of Vancouver Director of Economic Development Mike Bomar.

June 1, 2023, 1:31pm Business

The Interstate Bridge Replacement is a behemoth topic in the world of local politics. And on Thursday, it helped draw more than 300 attendees to the Hilton Downtown Vancouver for the yearly Economic Forecast Breakfast. Read story

Si Ellen Farms, will have 21 homes all built by Pacific Lifestyle Homes. The single-family homes will range in size from 1,400 to 3,600 square feet and will occupy lots that range in size from 5,200 to 9,000 square feet.

21 more single-family homes coming to Hockinson area

Si Ellen Farms, will have 21 homes all built by Pacific Lifestyle Homes. The single-family homes will range in size from 1,400 to 3,600 square feet and will occupy lots that range in size from 5,200 to 9,000 square feet.

May 29, 2023, 3:16pm Business

Vancouver-based Pacific Lifestyle Homes broke ground recently on a housing development in the Hockinson area. The new neighborhood comes at a time when demand for homes in the county continues to be strong. Read story

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CytoDyn president going on medical leave

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May 28, 2023, 6:05am Business

Some new leaders are taking the reins at local biotechnology company CytoDyn. The company’s current president, Dr. Cyrus Arman, is going on medical leave, with company Chief Financial Officer Antonio Migliarese to act as interim president. Read story