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Clark County Business


VetIQ clinic debuts in Vancouver Walmart

March 8, 2020, 5:50am Business

One of Vancouver’s newest pet care clinics held its grand opening Feb. 29, the latest of several veterinary clinics that have opened in the city in recent years. But the new VetIQ clinic stands out due to its location: Inside the Mill Plain Walmart at 221E N.E. 104th Ave. Read story

Subdivision proposed near Walnut Grove area

March 7, 2020, 6:01am Business

A developer has submitted a preliminary application to build a 37-lot subdivision on Northeast 63rd Street, a short distance west of Interstate 205. Read story

Working in Clark County: Nathan Hipple, owner and brewer at Hookum Brewing Company

March 7, 2020, 5:30am Business

Ridgefield native Nathan Hipple works full time as a captain at the Vancouver Fire Department, but on his “days off,” he still has the energy to run a brewery. Read story

HP board: Reject $35 billion offer from Xerox

March 6, 2020, 3:10pm Business

PC and printer maker HP Inc. announced Thursday that it would reject a roughly $35 billion exchange offer from competitor Xerox. HP’s board of directors unanimously voted to urge the company’s shareholders to reject the deal, arguing that the terms undervalued HP. Read story

Receiver files suits in American Equities case

March 6, 2020, 6:05am Business

Financial consulting firm Hamstreet & Associates has filed a blitz of lawsuits against several business entities with alleged financial ties to American Equities, the Vancouver-based investment firm that made headlines last year when more than a dozen of its mortgage investment pools were declared insolvent. Read story

Clark County businesses bracing for virus impact

March 5, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Business

The impact of COVID-19 on Clark County’s business community remains mild, according to business leaders, but they say that could change if the virus gains a foothold in the county. Read story

Complaint prompts Waterfront Vancouver’s WildFin to rename walk-up window

March 4, 2020, 6:02am Business

The fish-and-chips walk-up window at The Waterfront Vancouver’s WildFin American Grill has changed its name to What a Catch after another company complained about trademark infringement. It was formerly called The Daily Catch. Read story

Vancouver-based Northwest Pipe gross profit best since ’08

March 3, 2020, 4:43pm Business

Vancouver-based water transmission company Northwest Pipe released its 2019 fourth-quarter and end-of-year results late Monday, reporting that it had achieved its highest quarterly gross profit since 2013. The news follows a string of highly successful quarters for the company. Read story

LSW Architects chief expands RYD to ease parking woes in downtown Vancouver

March 1, 2020, 5:30am Business

Taylor Budde stepped into the bright green electric shuttle parked outside her workplace in downtown Vancouver. A moment earlier, she’d texted the shuttle company, RYD, requesting a pickup. Read story

Working in Clark County: Erica London, owner and therapist at Compass Whole Health

February 29, 2020, 5:50am Business

On a sunny weekday around noon, a teenager in checkered Vans shoes and headphones scrolled through her smartphone, waiting to be called into an office at Compass Whole Health. Read story