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Northrim leads 11% growth for state banks

Alaska’s banks had a healthy 2014 in spite of the nervousness over falling oil prices, spurred by increased consumer market confidence and commercial construction.

Budget battle on as deficit defies cuts

Does Alaska have a revenue problem or a spending problem?

EYE ON WALL STREET: Stocks rally, bonds sell off in February

The mixed-up world of investing in emerging markets

Leaders rally against Army force reductions

Community leaders in Anchorage and Fairbanks are rolling out the red carpet for a Pentagon team visiting Alaska that is considering possible reductions of Army troops at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage and Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks. The visitors will be in Anchorage Feb. 23 and in Fairbanks Feb. 24.

EYE ON WALL STREET: U.S. stocks sink, bonds rally, dollar rises against yen, euro

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Archive » Construction

UAF plant estimate $50M over budget

UAF plant estimate $50M over budget

The University of Alaska Fairbanks will likely have to wait a year longer to get its new heat and power plant up and running.
New design kickstarts transformation at KPB Architects

New design kickstarts transformation at KPB Architects

Steel shop work includes Wood Bison, Slope, coal stacks

Steel shop work includes Wood Bison, Slope, coal stacks

Long-awaited Sealaska land transfer completed

Long-awaited Sealaska land transfer completed

It took 43 years, two months and 17 days since the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, but Sealaska Corp. is finally whole.

Sealaska Corp. search for right business fit continues

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Archive » Real Estate

INSIDE REAL ESTATE: Resolving remodeling dilemma, for keepers and sellers

GUEST COMMENTARY: Despite lack of inventory, strong home sales so far in 2015

GUEST COMMENTARY: Alaska has work to do to improve its appraisal dilemma

Anchorage residential sales decline 4.2% as prices rise

Anchorage residential sales decline 4.2% as prices rise

It was a mixed bag for Anchorage’s housing market in 2014. While demand slowed, prices generally continued to grow. Michael Droege of Century 21 Realty Solutions told the Anchorage Board of Realtors that the total number of units sold in the municipality fell 4.2 percent last year, to slightly less than 4,000.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Winter real estate could get boost from recent changes

Anchorage office market hesitant, retail future bright

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