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Business spotlight

Store knows its type

Another store devoted to typewriters has opened next to a repair shop for them in downtown Bremerton. Nov. 27, 2016


Minding Your Business blog

Hotel planned in Poulsbo’s College Marketplace

Hotel Concepts is moving ahead with plans for a 110-room hotel on 5 acres in College Marketplace, according representatives of real estate firm Marcus & Millichap. Nov. 29, 2016


PSNS discrimination suit settled

The Navy admits no wrongdoing as part of the agreement but will pay $144K to a former engineer.  Nov. 28, 2016(1)


Canada PM approves controversial pipeline to Pacific Coast

TORONTO (AP) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday approved one controversial pipeline from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific Coast, but rejected another. Nov. 29, 2016


Starbucks: Schultz to step down as CEO, focus on innovation

The Seattle-based company announced Thursday that Kevin Johnson will become chief executive as of April 3. Dec. 01, 2016


Peninsula Community Health buys land for Bay Vista campus

No concrete plans yet for 6-acre property. Nov. 24, 2016


Tiny park closed temporarily

Small space in downtown Bremerton being used by construction workers. Nov. 27, 2016(9)


Minding Your Business blog

Kitsap entered fall with more jobs and a growing labor force

More jobs are available in Kitsap this fall than in previous years, according to the state Employment Security Department. Nov. 29, 2016


Print Editions

KPBJ - November Edition

Business tries its hand at the specialty syrup business; Silverdale store rides the wave of renewed interest in turntables; a growing brewery moves out of a garage; and Naturally 4 Paws celebrates anniversary and sets sights on a new location. This and more in the November edition of KPBJ.

 Nov. 08, 2016


Spotlight

Minding Your Business

Technology

Apple shares on fire; iPhone lines decidedly chill

The atmosphere at Apple's flagship Fifth Avenuestore in Manhattan was noticeably muted, despite an employee's best efforts to whoop things up by chanting and breakdancing. Sept. 16, 2016


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News

Louis and Draper makes a connection with the past

Manette's newest retailer hopes buyers pick up its new spin on something old. Dec. 01, 2016


Healthcare

Direct primary care appears to be catching on

Providers exprimenting with a model that works mainly outside of insurance companies are a tiny, but growing, segment of the health care market. Sept. 04, 2016(1)


Columnists

DON BRUNNELL

Can Trump put America back to work?

The message is clear. President-elect Donald Trump's "Job One" is to put people back to work.  Dec. 01, 2016


Banking and Finance

Kitsap Bank reports record earnings

Port Orchard-based company had the best six-month period of its 108-year-old history in 2016. Aug. 25, 2016


More Top Stories

Seattle area home prices surge - biggest growth in US

SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle area has the hottest housing market in the country - the first time in nine years that Seattle has led the United States in home-price growth. Nov. 29, 2016


Business Briefs

People in business: December 2016

New neurological PT in Kitsap

Jen Edwards, doctor of physical therapy and Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist, is a new neurological physical therapist available to see patients at the Bremerton and Silverdale locations.  Dec. 01, 2016


Real Estate

Developer shares plans for Rolling Bay project

A Bainbridge developer plans to seek approval this fall for a project that will bring new homes, shops and a restaurant to the island’s Rolling Bay center. Oct. 20, 2016


Nonprofit

Downtown building one legacy of United Way's Foote

After 13 years, the longtime executive director will retire  July 02, 2016