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American Equities investors get glum news

August 9, 2019, 6:02am Business

It’s been about two months since investors at the Vancouver financial firm American Equities were notified that 15 of its mortgage investment funds had become insolvent and placed into receivership under the direction of Portland-based Hamstreet and Associates. Read story

Michael Walker has been named the new executive director of Vancouver's Downtown Association, succeeding former director Steve Becker, who retired last year. Walker previously served as lead economic development coordinator for the city of Banks, Ore.

Vancouver’s Downtown Association announces new director

Michael Walker has been named the new executive director of Vancouver's Downtown Association, succeeding former director Steve Becker, who retired last year. Walker previously served as lead economic development coordinator for the city of Banks, Ore.

August 8, 2019, 4:43pm Business

Michael Walker has been hired as the new executive director of Vancouver’s Downtown Association, succeeding Steve Becker, who retired in late December. Walker’s tenure officially began Aug. 1, according to a press release sent out by the association on Thursday. Read story

A finished section of pipe is moved by a forklift at a Northwest Pipe Company in Pleasant Grove in February 2011. The pipe was slated to eventually cover the Murdock Canal.

NW Pipe sees strong quarter despite Texas warehouse fire

A finished section of pipe is moved by a forklift at a Northwest Pipe Company in Pleasant Grove in February 2011. The pipe was slated to eventually cover the Murdock Canal.

August 7, 2019, 12:55pm Business

Vancouver-based Northwest Pipe Company posted its second quarter results on Monday, detailing a strong bidding environment that propelled the company to a profitable quarter in spite of costs incurred from an April fire that heavily damaged one of the company’s buildings. Read story

Vancouver-based nLIGHT produces semiconductor and fiber laser products, including lasers with programmable beams and adjustable power levels.

nLIGHT sees small Q2 declines, noting ‘market headwinds’

Vancouver-based nLIGHT produces semiconductor and fiber laser products, including lasers with programmable beams and adjustable power levels.

August 5, 2019, 5:43pm Business

Vancouver-based laser manufacturer nLIGHT released its second quarter results on Monday and hosted a conference call with investors and analysts. Sales numbers generally showed small year-over-year declines, which CEO Scott Keeney attributed to increased difficulty the company is facing in the Chinese market due in part to the ongoing trade… Read story