Issue

February 2018

From this Issue

"Since 1989, I have not seen warmer vintages back to back than in 2014 and 2015."

New manual by Seattle writer Hsiao-Ching Chou provides an entry to Chinese cooking at home.

This month's C-Suite Confidential with the leader of the Seattle-based restaurant group.

Graphic: Washington state leads the country in ferry boardings.

Starbucks and Amazon/Whole Foods discover that mall operators prefer a low-performing store to a shuttered one.

Tsue Chong Company has been making noodles in the Chinatown-International District for a century.

A Bellevue-based fund is now scouring the market for opportunities in food processing and packaging.

CEO Steve Davis steers PATH along a restructured path.

"Bear in mind that when Seattle gets a professional hockey or basketball team, neither is going to be called the Seattle Altruists."

The Jimi Hendrix Experience played the Seattle Center Arena on Feb. 12, 1968. The legendary Seattle native hadn't been in the city since 1961.

Jackstraw co-owner John Richards sells individuality, not uniformity.

If businesses really want to embrace gender diversity, their leaders have to be intentional about it.

Fresh off its IPO last year, Redfin’s market cap is clearly off the charts. Less clear is whether it’s going to truly disrupt the industry.

Since Satya Nadella took charge in 2014, the discussion around the Puget Sound-based tech giant has started to change.

Simply waiting for a rising economic tide to lift all boats is a dubious strategy.

Honoring leaders from Starbucks, Amazon, the Seahawks, the Seattle Symphony and many more Seattle area companies.

The former Starbucks executive is being honored for his 50-year career, where he helped lead the coffee company from 28 stores to more than 15,000 stores on five continents.

The president and CEO at one of Seattle's most treasured artistic institutions.

The president and CEO of Seattle-based firm is one of this year's winners.

The president of the Seattle-based family business is a winner at this year's awards.

Lee is stepping down after 46 years as the CFO of the nation's largest community-owned food market.

The board from the Tacoma-based company are winners at this year's awards.

The recently retired president and CEO of the Seattle agency is one of this year's winners.

The Seahawks executive and CEO of Vulcan Sports and Entertainment is one of this year's winners.

The founder and CEO of the Seattle-based beverage maker is one of this year's winners.

The SVP of Worldwide Operations at Amazon is one of this year's winners.

The chairman and CEO of the Seattle-based commercial real estate firm is one of this year's winners.

The president and CEO of the Woodinville winery is one of this year's winners.

The chief financial officer of the Seattle-based firm is one of this year's winners.

The CEO of the Seattle-based consulting firm is one of this year's winners.