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There was a maritime industry around these parts long before anyone thought of such concepts as distinct “industries.” Building boats and doing stuff with them — catching fish, getting around — was a...
Ever hear a guy tell another guy he throws like a girl? Runs like a girl? For male competitors in this rough-and-tumble world, it’s one of the earliest insults we encounter. And, I suppose, one of the earliest...
NORTHWEST PROFILESBill Virgin wrote an accurate article that reflects Pemco’s status, some of our thinking and what’s important to us [April 2014]. I enjoyed our dialogue and his ability to weave it into a story....
The University of Washington may be one of our state’s most important institutions. It brings in $1.5 billion a year in research money and produces technology to fuel our economy. Yet it has had weak leadership since...
The stock market, the private capital markets and the mergers-and-acquisitions markets have all been suggesting a more vibrant economy is on the way and, last year, the economy began to catch up with them. By the fourth...