Dave Parker is a hard man to pin down.
Annual U.S. Small Business Administration's FAQ about small businesses publication released
Increasing prices is one of those business decisions that most small business owners would rather not think about.
Say it ain't so, Diane.
Sushi Sensei Issac Cunnington takes sushi dining to a whole new level.
Coaches can help businesses — and communities — thrive
A team of eight is working to build the economy in Idaho, and more. Who are they? The business coaches at North Idaho Small Business Development Center.
The quintessential entrepreneurial spirit is creative, motivated to action, and optimistic. Yet entrepreneurs and mundane planning are kind of like doctors and accounting: They tend to gloss over the boring parts, which can quickly limit success.
Hospitalists are dedicated members of hospitalized patients’ care teams
It was an exceptionally warm October afternoon as hospitalist John Siemers, M.D., stopped by a room on the north end of Kootenai Health to check on one of his patients.
Iconic downtown coffee shop is for sale; breaking up is hard to do
Calypsos Coffee Roasters for sale
Veteran-Owned and Operated business seeks to strengthen the community inside and out
NIA’s Women of Impact Leadership Roundtable met in October to discuss Mentors.
The Idaho Transportation Department won three national awards in the AASHTO President’s Transportation Awards, announced on Oct. 29 at the group’s annual meeting in San Diego.
I can’t believe the holidays are nearly here!
Last month I talked about changes, some of which have already arrived, and others soon to follow — changes that we all have a hand in, and a responsibility toward.
Movers & Shakers for the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce