Latest news and trends in Whatcom County business
Bank of America considers Canada to be in the midst of a recession, and the short-term outlook for the Canadian dollar doesn’t bode well.
If you have an urge to become a pinball wizard, there’s now a new option in Bellingham.
The Washington Department of Revenue has come out with state tax changes that took effect on Wednesday, July1. It’s an extensive list, so I’ve pasted it below:
Two Bellingham companies are among the finalists for Washington’s Best Workplace Awards.
The 99-room Oxford Suites going in at 4051 Meridian St. (near Barnes & Noble) is currently taking reservations as construction crews put the finishing touches on the hotel.
Whatcom County’s unemployment rate ticked up in May as more people entered the workforce.
Bellingham’s Ben Kinney is adding to his to his list of companies by recently acquiring two real estate related firms.
Friday, June 19 is the final day for voting on the Mission Main St. Grants, something that’s operated by Chase bank.
An auto repair company has moved into a bigger building closer to the airport.
Bellingham’s Faithlife co-founder & CEO Bob Pritchett recently landed on the 2015 Glassdoor Highest Rated CEO list.
Whatcom County home sales remained strong in May even as prices continue to rise.
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Bellingham Herald Business Editor Dave Gallagher covers the latest business news and economic trends in Whatcom County. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.