Reporter Rolf Boone covers business news for The Olympian. He can be reached at 360-754-5403 or email@example.com.
Dr. Alireza Bozorgmanesh of South Sound Radiology, and Jonathan Seib, senior vice president of health care with Seattle-based Strategies 360, have been appointed to Capital Medical Centers Board of Trustees.
Mason General Hospital of Shelton is set to celebrate the completion of its two-year campus renewal construction project.
Meet Phoebe Martinson, owner of Phoebe's Pastry Cafe in west Olympia, and you're bound to see someone with a smile on her face.
Local sign maker Fastsigns has moved to a new location at 4609 Lacey Boulevard, expanding into 2,800 square feet from 1,700 square feet at its previous location on Pacific Avenue.
The Global Wisdom, a frequent visitor to the Port of Olympia's marine terminal, is set to return Sunday. It will load logs through Wednesday.
Mui Nguyen, who opened downtown Olympia's Saigon Rendez-Vous restaurant and sold it in 2001, has returned, buying the business in February with friend Mike Shanahan, according to information submitted to The Olympian.
Seasonally adjusted Washington state unemployment fell to 7.3 percent in March, ending three straight months in which the jobless rate was stuck at 7.5 percent, the state Employment Security Department announced Wednesday.
The Thurston County economy received another example of slow growth as taxable retail sales in the fourth quarter of 2012 eked out a tiny gain, rising 0.79 percent from the same period in 2011, according to new state Department of Revenue data.
After Thurston County consumer confidence rose to a new high in the fourth quarter of 2012, it fell sharply in the first quarter of 2013 as a result of concerns about the federal governments sequestration, the $85 billion in automatic spending cuts that are set to be phased in.
After a lifetime spent fixing cars, Bron Lindgren, owner of Bron’s Automotive in west Olympia, has honed a variation of the Golden Rule.