February 2013

From this Issue

Adding commercial traffic to Snohomish County’s airport makes sense.

Leadership expert Chris Lowney to appear at Seattle U.

Sometimes, you just need a plate of pasta.

Changes at the intersection of design and business

These are the behaviors that define successful leaders

The president and CEO of Darigold on the complexities of running a cooperative that produces a highly perishable product.

In the world of co-ops, Seattle is a rock star.

Vice president and general counsel, Esterline Corporation

Executive vice president and general counsel, F5 Networks

Chief administrative officer, Child Care Resources of King County

Executive director, King County Sexual Assault Resource Center

President & CEO, Fisher Communications

Chairman & CEO, Expeditors International

A celebration of leadership at its finest

It’s the problem that won’t go away: how to fill the state’s ‘two-billionish’ revenue gap.

Nation’s largest retailer is one of Washington agriculture’s biggest customers.

It seems as if it’s always election season, but ignoring the next one isn’t a good idea.

Port of Seattle gives millions in incentives to keep Hanjin from decamping to Tacoma.

McSology has a big crush on bartending accoutrements.

Thin, lightweight antenna delivers broadband internet on the go, anywhere in the world.

Knowing the difference between the two is crucial.

High gasoline prices make propane and natural gas attractive alternatives for fleet operators.