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The ZoomInfo logo adorns a wall at the company's downtown Vancouver offices.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo sees $5M net loss in fourth quarter of 2023

The ZoomInfo logo adorns a wall at the company's downtown Vancouver offices.

February 13, 2024, 4:28pm Business

After a year of growth, Vancouver-based ZoomInfo reported a $5 million net loss in its fourth financial quarter of 2023. Read story

Stock market today: Wall Street falls sharply after disappointing inflation data, with Dow down 500

February 13, 2024, 1:59pm Business

U.S. stocks fell sharply Tuesday after disappointing inflation data made investors confront the bitter possibility that interest rates will stay high for months longer than they were hoping. Read story

People work at a planning area of Greenlab Diamonds, a lab-grown diamond producer, in Surat, India, Monday, Feb. 5, 2024.

Lab-grown diamonds come with sparkling price tags, but many have cloudy sustainability claims

People work at a planning area of Greenlab Diamonds, a lab-grown diamond producer, in Surat, India, Monday, Feb. 5, 2024.

February 13, 2024, 12:28pm Business

The muted sounds of hammering and sanding drift down to the first floor of Bario Neal, a jewelry store in Philadelphia, where rustic artwork that mimics nature hangs on warmly lit walls. Read story

Treasury proposes new anti-money laundering regulations for investment advisers

February 13, 2024, 10:16am Business

The Biden administration is rolling out new recordkeeping rules for U.S. investment advisers in its continued effort to clamp down on money laundering, illicit finance and fraud in the American financial system. Read story

Flight cancellations are listed due to inclement weather are shown on an information board at John F. Kennedy International Airport Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, in New York. Parts of the Northeast were hit Tuesday by a snowstorm that canceled flights and schools and prompted warnings for people to stay off the roads, while some areas that anticipated heavy snow were getting less than that as the weather pattern changed.

More than 1,000 flights already cancelled due to storm, was one of them yours? Here’s what to do

Flight cancellations are listed due to inclement weather are shown on an information board at John F. Kennedy International Airport Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, in New York. Parts of the Northeast were hit Tuesday by a snowstorm that canceled flights and schools and prompted warnings for people to stay off the roads, while some areas that anticipated heavy snow were getting less than that as the weather pattern changed.

February 13, 2024, 10:14am Business

A nasty storm with 60 mph winds raked parts of the Northeast on Tuesday creating dangerous conditions on the road and snarling airports. Read story

An associate checks over a big-screen television on display in a Costco warehouse Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024, in Colorado Springs, Colo. On Tuesday, The Labor Department issues its report on inflation at the consumer level in January.

U.S. inflation slows but remains elevated in sign that price pressures are easing only gradually

An associate checks over a big-screen television on display in a Costco warehouse Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024, in Colorado Springs, Colo. On Tuesday, The Labor Department issues its report on inflation at the consumer level in January.

February 13, 2024, 10:00am Business

Consumer inflation in the United States cooled last month yet remained elevated in the latest sign that the pandemic-fueled price surge is only gradually and fitfully coming under control. Read story

Erica Erland, director of communications and corporate citizenship for Clark Public Utilities, explains how different kinds of utilities are regulated.

Clark Public Utilities holding series of informational workshops designed to explain rate hike, complexity of its mission

Erica Erland, director of communications and corporate citizenship for Clark Public Utilities, explains how different kinds of utilities are regulated.

February 13, 2024, 6:06am Business

Clark Public Utilities took heat from local lawmakers for raising rates 14.5 percent in January. On Monday, the utility offered a workshop to educate leaders, touching on forces that led to the first rate hike in 12 years, including extreme weather and regulatory efforts to combat climate change. Read story

PeaceHealth Medical Group Chief Executive Scott Foster announces resignation

February 13, 2024, 5:55am Business

PeaceHealth Medical Group Chief Executive Scott Foster has announced his resignation. Read story