January 2016

From this Issue

Given Volkswagen’s deceit, how can we know when malicious code is being foisted upon us?

$1.2 billion Point Ruston property rises from Tacoma’s industrial past.

Ultrasound device from Seattle firm could vastly enhance diagnosis of ear infections.

The next generation in space will likely have a strong Seattle accent.

But don’t be alarmed. If employment at Amazon, Boeing and Microsoft remains stable, the regional economy should avoid a significant downturn.

It changed online advertising among car insurers. It is now ready to disrupt other markets.

5th Avenue Theatre provides inspiration for the lazy executive.

Seattle chef decided to open a Sichuan-style restaurant after traveling to China in 2013.

Consumers obviously love it, but what does it mean for the people doing the work?

CEO uses experience from a ‘youthful indiscretion’ to keep fast-growing Zonar Systems pointed in the right direction.

Our readers weigh in.

Convention center expansion is a good idea on many levels.

Be the next one to join the region’s fastest-growing sector.

The top five things to do when you suspect fraud at your organization.

Most firms with VC backing don’t have adequate safeguards against class-action risks.