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14 Oct 2005
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With a recent rebranding of Charlie’s Bistro in downtown Vancouver, the five-year owners are poised to capitalize on an exploding interest in whiskey and tapas bars.
Charlie’s Bodega Tapas & Whiskey Bar was unveiled on January 9th after light renovations wherein carpet was removed to expose the concrete floor underneath, the mirrored back bar was replaced with more stream-lined shelving, light fixtures were changed out and heavy curtains were taken down.
The real change is in the food and ...
The tax man cometh – and just exactly what that means this year depends on your business. For some, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will bring significant ramifications. For others, capitalization and repair rules are going to be a major concern. For businesses and CPAs alike, IRS response times could cause problems. In the following paragraphs, local CPAs share their expertise with VBJ readers to help them better weather this year’s tax season.
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Westfield Vancouver today announced the addition of Gold’s Gym, scheduled to open early next year. The 29,000-square-foot fitness center will be located in the upper level of the former Nordstrom space.
The addition of Gold’s Gym brings a new lifestyle and convenience offering to the mall, said J.B. Schutte, general manager of Westfield Vancouver. The gym will offer group exercise programs, cardio and strength training, yoga, mixed martial arts, Pilates and more.
Washington’s recreational marijuana business has been up and running for about six months now, and retailers as well as regulators are starting to get a better handle on the challenges as well as successes that come with an industry that is quickly gaining legitimacy but is still deemed illegal by the federal government.
When recreational marijuana retail stores first opened, maintaining inventory was a primary concern. According to Brian Smith, spokesman for the Washington Liquor Control Board...
Remember when a cloud was just a puff of white or gray in the sky? A file was made of paper? Security required a locking cabinet and a key? It’s hard to overemphasize just how much modern workplaces have been transformed by technology over the past three decades. Today, clouds are a trendy online tool, security requires complex rules and the systems that companies use to generate new leads are und...
The tax man cometh – and just exactly what that means this year depends on your business. For some, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will bring significant ramifications. For others, capitalization and repair rules are going to be a major concern. For businesses and CPAs alike, IRS response times could cause problems. In the following paragraphs, local CPAs share their expertise with VBJ readers to h...
Clark College’s Corporate & Continuing Education organization has changed its name to Clark College Economic & Community Development (ECD).
One-year after opening a new branch in East Vancouver, Olympia-based Heritage Bank is looking to continue to expand in Clark County, riding positive economic trends.
Heritage entered the Southwest Washington marketplace in September of 2010 via their acquisition of then-struggling Longview-based Cowlitz Bank (also known as Bay Bank). And after more than four years in Vancouver, starting at the ci...