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May 10, 2011
But Gates Foundation co-chair says foundation will not shift its global health focus to make climate a priority.
May 10, 2011
Bothell-based company is first to receive approval under new clean-water standard.
May 10, 2011
Internet phone and video company will become a Microsoft division.
May 09, 2011
One-third of Seattle-area home sales in March resulted in the seller losing money.
May 06, 2011
Russell Investments' move to Seattle may prove to be a catalyst for creating an even stronger center for banking, asset management, insurance, public sector financing and other financial sectors key to the region's growth.
May 05, 2011
Acquisition of Souriau Group will strengthen Esterline's position in Europe.
May 05, 2011
A Boston Consulting Group study says rising wages in China, higher shipping costs and stronger U.S. productivity will lead more U.S. manufacturers to add production capacity in the U.S.
May 02, 2011
Bad news notwithstanding, stock price continues to rise, breaks $200 barrier.
Apr 29, 2011
Next big need, and opportunity, will be for low-cost housing for the quarter million displaced people.
Apr 28, 2011
UW study says King County's share of that was $58 million.
Apr 28, 2011
Life sciences company will remain in Issaquah
Apr 28, 2011
GoGreen and other events reveal Washington's leadership in sustainability.
Apr 27, 2011
Amazon's income affect by huge increase in workforce.
Apr 25, 2011
Similiar program at University of Utah, Young's most recent employer, was recently dubbed a 'New Tech Powerhouse.'
Apr 23, 2011
The National Labor Relations Board may have a case, but does it make sense?
Apr 23, 2011
We invaded Afghanistan to go after terrorists. Are we staying there to fight for a society that gives women equality?
Apr 23, 2011
The Economist's cover story "Where it All Went Wrong" argues that direct democracy in the form of citizen initiatives is responsible for California's ruin.
Apr 22, 2011
For the second time in a week, a Seattle technology company announced plans to file an IPO. Impinj, a company that makes radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies that track everything from apparel to prescription drugs, aims to raise $100 million through the offering.
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