Alaska USA Federal Credit Union has appointed three individuals to fill executive positions within the organization.
The Alaska economy is currently in the midst of the second year of a recession sparked by the decline in oil prices. This decline has not only resulted in a reduction of private economic activity but has also resulted in sizable budget deficits given the state’s historical reliance on oil revenues to fund government.
Northrim Bank President and CEO Joe Schierhorn is proud to announce the hiring of Joe Gelione, VP, Commercial Loan Unit Manager and the Promotion of Annie Her, AVP, Branch Manager.
Benderson Development announced that it has closed on the $89 million purchase of four net-leased properties in Southern California, San Francisco, Seattle and Alaska. The properties consist of approximately 220,000 square feet and operate under the Safeway, Pavilions and Carrs supermarket flags.
Open enrollment for Alaska’s 2018 individual market health insurance will occur from November 1 through December 15, 2017. If you do not have health insurance coverage or want to change your current individual market plan, the open enrollment period is your opportunity to take action. Do not miss this chance to enroll or change your coverage—the open enrollment period has been shortened from three months to just six weeks this year.
Metal Supermarkets, the world’s largest supplier of small quantity metals, opened its 88th store on October 23rd 2017 in Anchorage, Alaska. At Metal Supermarkets Anchorage local customers now have access to any size, shape or grade of metal, cut to size and with no minimum order quantity.
Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has added Renea I. Saade as a shareholder in the Anchorage office. Saade was previously a partner in the labor and employment group at Stoel Rives LLP.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Alaska District Office and Amazon team up with local partners to provide their first e-commerce educational event for entrepreneurs and small businesses Nov. 8 in Anchorage, Alaska.
The US Forest Service nominated, and the USDA selected, Ketchikan Ready Mix and Quarry (KRMQ) as the USDA HUBZone Contractor of the Year for 2017. The USDA award program celebrates the accomplishments of small businesses, individuals, and groups. The program encourages economic development in historically utilized business zones–of which Ketchikan, Alaska is one.
The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers assessed an estimated tax penalty for tax year 2016 that they still have time to take steps to reduce or eliminate the penalty for 2017 and future years.