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CREDC secures grant to bring aerospace, defense manufacturer to Clark County

May 11, 2021, 12:11pm Business

The Columbia River Economic Development Council announced Tuesday that it has secured a $75,000 economic development grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce to help bring Chatsworth, Calif.-based aerospace… Read story

Vancouver-based Nautilus’ sales continue to soar

May 10, 2021, 5:52pm Business

Vancouver-based home exercise equipment maker Nautilus released its “2021 Transition Period” results Monday, detailing a second consecutive quarter of record-breaking sales powered by high consumer demand for home workout gear… Read story

A photo from nLIGHT shows the company's new facility in Camas.

nLIGHT Q1 revenue climbs 42% year over year

A photo from nLIGHT shows the company's new facility in Camas.

May 7, 2021, 3:39pm Business

Vancouver-based industrial laser manufacturer nLIGHT released its first-quarter financial results Thursday, detailing a strong quarter with annual growth across all of its major sales markets. Read story

Vancouver-based rising tech company ZoomInfo continues to grow during the pandemic by setting records for new customer additions and customer retention.

ZoomInfo feeling fine in pandemic

Vancouver-based rising tech company ZoomInfo continues to grow during the pandemic by setting records for new customer additions and customer retention.

May 4, 2021, 6:04am Business

Vancouver-based tech company ZoomInfo continues to grow during the pandemic, setting records for new customer additions and customer retention. In addition, over the last 12 months, ZoomInfo grew its workforce by nearly 50 percent, said Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo founder and CEO. Read story

Boomerang Therapy Works is moving to a new location next month because its current building is set to be demolished to make way for an apartment building. The taped-off section of the exterior wall was where a car drove into the building recently.

Vancouver’s Boomerang Therapy Works plans big move

Boomerang Therapy Works is moving to a new location next month because its current building is set to be demolished to make way for an apartment building. The taped-off section of the exterior wall was where a car drove into the building recently.

April 20, 2021, 6:04am Business

After four years in downtown Vancouver, Boomerang Therapy Works is preparing to move out of its gym building and setting up shop in central Vancouver. If all goes according to plan, its new location will debut June 1. Read story

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver. Many Clark County offices have been empty for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although some companies are now eyeing a summer return as vaccination rates pick up.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo to resume in-person work

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver. Many Clark County offices have been empty for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although some companies are now eyeing a summer return as vaccination rates pick up.

April 18, 2021, 6:02am Business

One of Clark County’s biggest employers, Vancouver-based marketing intelligence company ZoomInfo, announced last week that it will resume partial in-person work at all but one of its offices starting July 6. Read story

ZoomInfo, headquartered in Vancouver, specializes in data tools to help business-to-business marketing teams.

ZoomInfo reports fourth-quarter revenue increase of 53 percent

ZoomInfo, headquartered in Vancouver, specializes in data tools to help business-to-business marketing teams.

February 23, 2021, 7:00pm Business

ZoomInfo, Vancouver’s newest publicly traded company, is growing fast with help from the smaller tech companies it’s acquired. Read story

HP submits application for 1.5 million-square-foot campus in east Vancouver

June 9, 2020, 10:17am Business

Printer and PC maker HP Inc. has submitted a preliminary application to the city of Vancouver detailing its plans for a new corporate campus at Section 30, the site of the former English Pit gravel mine. The site is directly north of the Columbia Tech Center, where HP’s current Vancouver… Read story

Nick Lim, who described himself last week as "a 100 percent believer and advocate of free speech that is in accordance with U.S. law," founded the software company VanwaTech and appears to have played a role in the reboot of 8chan under the name 8kun.

8chan back online under the name 8kun

Nick Lim, who described himself last week as "a 100 percent believer and advocate of free speech that is in accordance with U.S. law," founded the software company VanwaTech and appears to have played a role in the reboot of 8chan under the name 8kun.

November 7, 2019, 9:46pm Business

8chan, the self-described free speech forum that developed a reputation as a haven for white supremacists, has relaunched after being kicked offline in August. And it appears that one of the players in the site’s return is Nick Lim, a Vancouver software developer who has previously made headlines for providing… Read story

Matt Wiles prompts his Ring camera system at his home in east Vancouver to record a video, viewable live on the device's cellphone app, Neighbors. The app wasn't working, however.

Doorbell cameras increasingly popular but raise questions, ethical concerns

Matt Wiles prompts his Ring camera system at his home in east Vancouver to record a video, viewable live on the device's cellphone app, Neighbors. The app wasn't working, however.

October 21, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

In the two instances that Dan Parsons’ video doorbell recorded crimes, the footage did not lead to his property being recovered or the culprits captured. Read story