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Tech startups thrive in Clark County

June 21, 2022, 6:04am Business

Oili is an app that’s like the Uber of oil changes: independent contractors get oil change requests on their device, drive where the requester is parked and change their oil… Read story

Keynote speaker at economic forecast event lauds Clark County’s recovery

June 2, 2022, 7:04pm Business

Gas prices are too high. Housing is in short supply. Consumer confidence is falling. Read story

ZoomInfo joins global sustainability program

June 7, 2022, 6:04am Business

ZoomInfo announced Monday it signed the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, the United Nations Global Compact. Read story

A man pushes a stroller past a church and some sandbags in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on March 16. Egor Cotov, 34, lives Vinnytsia and works for Vancouver-based ToolBelt. He says Vinnytsia is a safe area.

Vancouver tech business hires remote workers from Ukraine

A man pushes a stroller past a church and some sandbags in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on March 16. Egor Cotov, 34, lives Vinnytsia and works for Vancouver-based ToolBelt. He says Vinnytsia is a safe area.

May 25, 2022, 6:05am Business

“Hey. You doing OK?” wrote Ross Barbieri, co-founder of Vancouver-based ToolBelt. It was February, and he was writing to his former freelance worker Egor Cotov, who lives in Vinnytsia, in central Ukraine. Read story

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

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo acquires two California companies

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

May 4, 2022, 1:58pm Business

Vancouver’s ZoomInfo acquired two companies, Comparably and Dogpatch Advisors, for $145 million last month, according to the company’s SEC filing. Read story

Absci announces new AI lab in New York City

April 21, 2022, 6:02am Business

Vancouver-based Absci Corp. announced Wednesday that it has opened an artificial intelligence research lab in New York City. Read story

Insitu, a Southwest Washington company, specializes in unmanned aircraft systems, like this Integrator model, flown by militaries around the world.

Drone maker Insitu flying high in the Gorge

Insitu, a Southwest Washington company, specializes in unmanned aircraft systems, like this Integrator model, flown by militaries around the world.

April 17, 2022, 6:03am Business

In the Columbia River Gorge, in the small town of Bingen, is Insitu — a business crafting unmanned aircraft systems for militaries across the globe. Read story

Feng Zhao, associate professor of electrical engineering at Washington State University Vancouver, holds up a glass slide containing silver electrodes and a thin film of honey on Wednesday at WSU Vancouver. Zhao and his students are trying to develop a honey-based neuromorphic computer chip that would be more energy efficient and environmentally friendly than current silicon-based chips.

WSU Vancouver professor, team research using honey to make advanced computer chips

Feng Zhao, associate professor of electrical engineering at Washington State University Vancouver, holds up a glass slide containing silver electrodes and a thin film of honey on Wednesday at WSU Vancouver. Zhao and his students are trying to develop a honey-based neuromorphic computer chip that would be more energy efficient and environmentally friendly than current silicon-based chips.

April 15, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

There’s a chance that a certain sweet ingredient in your cupboard could play a role in the future of computing. Read story

Sue Malo, from left, Amy Loudenback and Roni Sasaki of the Women Entrepreneurs Organization.

Clark County women blazing path in business

Sue Malo, from left, Amy Loudenback and Roni Sasaki of the Women Entrepreneurs Organization.

March 28, 2022, 6:00am Business

Roni Sasaki owns EnviroMet, a supplier of products needed for oil, chemical and body fluid spills. Read story

Founder and CEO Sean McClain poses next to a mural in a lab at Absci Corp., headquartered in Vancouver.

Vancouver’s Absci touts value of artificial intelligence

Founder and CEO Sean McClain poses next to a mural in a lab at Absci Corp., headquartered in Vancouver.

March 23, 2022, 6:05pm Business

Vancouver-based Absci presented its newest machine learning models this week, displaying a computer-generated model that can predict — with a high degree of confidence — a drug candidate formula. Read story