All six commercial radio stations in Juneau are changing hands to an out-of-state owner, an acquaintance of the current owners, Frontier Media.
Kroger and Albertsons, the owners of the Fred Meyer and Carrs/Safeway supermarket chains, have agreed to a merger worth $24.6 billion.
Office equipment supplier Kelley Connect is expanding its Alaska presence by acquiring Anchorage-based OfficeTECH.
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is giving up its Alaska Growth Capital BIDCO subsidiary, which is becoming a fourth line of business for McKinley Management.
The merger combines Alaska USA’s 700,000 members with Global’s 45,000 members, resulting in an organization with combined assets of nearly $12 billion, making it one of the fifteen largest credit unions in the country.
A subsidiary of the Alaska Native corporation for Nome is integrating its military uniform supply chain by acquiring a South Carolina company that prints camouflage patterns.
One Alberta-based company is taking over the natural gas supplier for Southcentral Alaska from another Calgary company that has owned the utility since 2012.
Disruption in the industrial supply sector offers further opportunity for Alaska Rubber Group to expand south.
Two maritime support companies in Dutch Harbor are joining forces, expanding shipyard and chartering services.
Adam Williams has a plan: consolidate Anchorage’s printing industry and expand the services at his commercial print shop. It’s admittedly ambitious, especially considering that he purchased Alaska Printing three years ago.