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Old CenCom building going to college

The Bremerton City Council approves selling the Warren Avenue building to the college for $115,000 for use in a new electrical engineering program. Yesterday 7:11 p.m.(3)


Experts warn against long-term auto loan trend

After a year of record new vehicle sales, automakers, dealers, and the banks and finance companies that issue car loans are jubilantly exchanging high-fives.  8:23 a.m.


343 homes planned outside Gorst

Sinclair Ridge was orginally platted for 600 lots. Feb. 10, 2016(3)


Daily grind means tasty food at Genuine Burgers

Silverdale restaurant makes practically everything from scratch — and that includes grinding its own beef every morning. Feb. 08, 2016


Overseas sales key to SAFE Boats growth

Half of the Bremerton manufacturer's boats shipped overseas last year. Feb. 09, 2016


7 Seas brewers barrel into beer history

Unable to expand at Gig Harbor site, 7 Seas building big facility in Tacoma Feb. 05, 2016


Business Spotlight

Poulsbo business offers greens on the go

Greens On Your Way applies coffee-stand concept to salads. Feb. 07, 2016


Port Orchard Pavilion to close in March

Negotiations with property owner Mansour Samadpour for a discounted lease have stalled, Pavilion owner Delilah Rene Luke said. Feb. 07, 2016(3)


Print Editions

KPBJ February 2016 Edition

Two CPA firms that both have been in Bremerton a long time are merging into one office, Gig Harbor’s 7 Seas Brewery is undertaking a major expansion and a long-vacant building that once was a Kentucky Fried Chicken has been donated to The Coffee Oasis. This and morning in the February edition of the Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal. Feb. 09, 2016


Spotlight

Minding Your Business

Technology

National Business

Documents show Volkswagen resisted Takata air bag recall

DETROIT (AP) - Volkswagen resisted U.S. government efforts to recall more cars and trucks to fix potentially deadly Takata air bags - telling safety regulators that a recall isn't necessary. | Updated: 1:16 p.m.


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News

Microsoft employees donate $125 million to nonprofits

SEATTLE (AP) — Microsoft employees are celebrating raising $125 million for charitable nonprofits in 2015. Yesterday 9:01 a.m.


Healthcare

Kitsap leads state in health coverage

County has lowest percentage of uninsured residents. Feb. 05, 2016


Columnists

Don Brunell | Washington getting close to tipping point

Lawmakers meeting in Olympia must be cautious to insure our state has a business climate that encourages reinvestments in Washington. Those investments create jobs and economic activity and generate state and local tax revenues.  Feb. 05, 2016


Banking and Finance

Experts warn against long-term auto loan trend

After a year of record new vehicle sales, automakers, dealers, and the banks and finance companies that issue car loans are jubilantly exchanging high-fives.  8:23 a.m.


More Top Stories

Complimentary coffee: Old KFC building given to Coffee Oasis

The nonprofit will renovate the long-vacant building for its fourth Coffee Oasis café, and plans to relocate its drive-thru operation to the site. Feb. 05, 2016


Business Briefs

Boeing stock plunges on report of SEC accounting probe

NEW YORK (AP) — Shares of the Boeing Co. plummeted Thursday after a report said the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the aircraft manufacturer's accounting. 8:19 a.m.


Real Estate

Hungry buyers find lean inventory in real estate

'For every house that comes on the market you have four or five buyers waiting for it.'  Jan. 24, 2016


Nonprofit

Microsoft employees donate $125 million to nonprofits

SEATTLE (AP) — Microsoft employees are celebrating raising $125 million for charitable nonprofits in 2015. Yesterday 9:01 a.m.