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Business Watch monthly newsletter | Maple Valley Police Department | October
Time is running out to offer nominations for a 2014 Corporations for Communities Award. The nomination deadline is August 31.
Whether it’s giving online birthday wishes, connecting with former classmates or gaming with friends, social media has become a powerful networking tool for businesses, consumers and, now more than ever, crooks.
With relief efforts underway in Washington’s Carlton Complex fire, Better Business Bureau along with Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Secretary of State Kim Wyman urge consumers to be on the lookout for bogus charities and scammers trying to capitalize on a natural disaster.
Valley Medical celebrated the soon to be open clinic with a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 24.
As single-game tickets for the Seahawks go on sale, the Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington warns fans to be wary of too-good-to-be-true deals.
Double-check that number before you call back. That’s the warning from the Washington State Department of Revenue about voice messages being left from someone claiming to be a Revenue employee.
Sidejacking is a common term for man-in-the-middle “eavesdropping” attacks that occur through unsecured Wi-Fi connections. Coffee shops, college campuses, airports and hotels are breeding grounds for hackers who try to compromise personal information and place computers at risk for viruses.
Maple Valley Food Bank & Emergency Services re-introduces the historic Maple Valley Community Hall as a charming, local event venue - with a purpose.
Business owners in Washington are responsible for knowing which taxes to report.
Small businesses have the power to propel the local economy and uplift the community. When our small businesses do well, our community does well too. Please join thousands of your neighbors and shop small on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28, to support your local business owners and support the local economy. With the holiday season upon us, I cannot think of a better time to recommit in honoring our neighborhood champions.
“You pay; so should they. Report unregistered businesses.” State agencies are using this theme to urge consumers to check with the state before hiring a business to do work for them.
Mike Gain, president and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Northwest Real Estate accepted the Gibraltar Circle Award on behalf of Berkshire Hathaway and Prudential Real Estate for being ranked 23rd in the country among real estate brokerages.
According to the Medical Identity Fraud Alliance, medical identity theft increased nearly 20 percent in 2013 and affected approximately 1.84 million victims in the United States—who paid more than $12 billion in out-of-pocket costs.
Edward Cheng and Shirley Chen opened Acupuncture Center in Covington on March 17.
U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest working capital federal loans to small businesses/
The Washington State Department of Revenue (Revenue) is offering help to businesses and property owners in the Oso mudslide area.
Women business owners are invited to learn more about increasing opportunities for entrepreneurs in high-growth industries and how to advance their small business ventures through a #STEMforHer live Twitter chat on March 24
The U.S. Small Business Administration will join the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) at its National Reservation Economic Summit (RES) March 17-20, 2014 to sign a strategic alliance memorandum (SAM) to widen reach to Native American entrepreneurs and boost entrepreneurship opportunities.
According to Better Business Bureau reports, consumers across Western Washington are being scammed out of hundreds of dollars with prepaid money cards.