The Post Falls Ambassador Group visited Orgill for their monthly business appreciation.
According to the IBM-sponsored study 2018 Cost of Data Breach, the average cost of a cyber breach has spiked by more than 6 percent since 2017, or about $3.86 million per breach.
By MIKE PATRICK The Business Journal of North Idaho Writer
Patrick McGaughey’s life is full of stories. Behind those stories are numbers. Lots and lots of them.
Story and photos by BRIAN WALKER The Business Journal of North Idaho Writer
When Matt King needed more space and financing to develop portable iPad chargers for pilots, the Panhandle Area Council assisted with the takeoff. The nonprofit PAC, a Hayden-based regional organization that spurs on economic development in the five northern counties of Idaho, helped King's Global Navigation Sciences soar.
By JUDD WILSON The Business Journal of North Idaho Writer
Infection prevention is a major concern at hospitals worldwide. The goal is to help patients get better, not expose them to bugs that make them feel worse. That’s why staff at Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls recently added another weapon to their arsenal for fighting diseases. In a real-world twist to a science fiction-type story, staff are killing germs with a robot that uses an extraterrestrial weapon.
By DEVIN WEEKS The Business Journal of North Idaho Writer
Fragrant, flavorful, bubbly and bright, kombucha seems to be everywhere these days. And not just any kombucha. Bare Culture Kombucha.
By THE BUSINESS JOURNAL OF NORTH IDAHO STAFF
The season of giving is also the season of spending and consumers are expected to hand over to retailers a good chunk more of their income than they did last year.
It’s a common perception that emotions are not appropriate for the workplace, but a growing number of experts think otherwise.
By HOLLY PASZCZYNSKA
Growth is king in Coeur d’Alene, so it makes sense that the community’s hospital would be growing, too. Phase 3 in Kootenai Health’s multi-year expansion effort is about halfway finished and should be completed in March, said Jeremy Evans, KH vice president of hospital and regional operations. The expansion will add 32 patient beds on the third floor, all private, housing patients being treated for cancer, strokes and neurology issues. It will also include a new epilepsy monitoring unit.
By DEVIN WEEKS
Breaking into the business world is a little easier with help from others in a similar situation. The Kootenai County Young Professionals (KCYP) is a nonprofit offering that help and support to young people who are establishing themselves in their industries. The nearly 100-member organization provides a host of resources and opportunities, from networking, philanthropy and meetings with guest speakers to facility tours, community events and social functions.