- Print Editions
- Subscriber Center
- Home Delivery
- About Us
For the most part, they all have leases through October. But they still feel as though their businesses are twisting in the wind, facing unfairly, uncertain futures.
Lisa Marie Hammel has joined the Bothell law firm of Williams & Williams PSC. The practice represents municipal and private clients in real estate, construction, civil litigation and condemnation cases. Hammel brings more than 12 years of experience litigating construction, contract, real estate, consumer and medical malpractice cases to the firm.
The economy is tough and it will get worse before better — but with hard work and optimism, it will turn.
Since its founding in 2006, the Business Development Center at the University of Washington, Bothell, has worked with businesses ranging from a new Amoco franchise to a computer hardware refurbishing company that was pulling in an annual revenue of $50 million.
A Bothell disaster-preparedness fair will be held March 7 at Eastside Foursquare Church (14520 100th Ave. N.E.).
A panel of industry experts recently gathered at the MBA University in Bellevue to share innovative ways to integrate “green” practices into small business.
As most of us know, there are numerous different ways to communicate via the Internet, everything from simple e-mails to message boards and blogs.
Mary Lou Odom of Bothell has earned the certified management accountant (CMA) designation from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has become part of E-Cycle Washington, a free, convenient and environmentally responsible recycling program for computers, monitors, laptops and televisions.
Perseverance and optimism.
Internships, networking and a well-written resume.
Working with Community Transit to help set up employee transportation programs has paid off for five local companies.
At its previous meeting, the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce heard Bothell City Manager Bob Stowe present his annual State of the City speech.
While city officials say Bothell is, in general, holding its own during the current economic downturn, one local company has called at least a temporary halt to what had been some imminent, major expansion plans.
State lottery officials reported a record number of winners for its Match 4 game after the Jan. 3 drawing.
Eastside business leaders came looking for answers last Thursday to the state’s budget woes as they met over breakfast with area legislators. Unfortunately, answers were short in coming.
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Web Chat series starts the new year with a focus on small businesses and the credit crunch.