May 2014

From this Issue

Let's deliver greater value in health care.

At the top of your game? Take this advice from Jerry Seinfeld.

Winner: Cadet Manufacturing, Silver: Technical Glass Products

Winner: Electric Mirror, Silver Awards: Key Technology & TrojanLitho

19 honorees exemplify what’s best about the state of manufacturing.

With the Quantified Self a bona fide phenomenon, Seattle enthusiastically embraces wearable tech

Legislation initially tried to thwart electric car maker.

Seattle firm takes on the big boys.

How long can this region afford to remain indifferent to international affairs?

Battery-free AllSee introduces low-cost gesture recognition without a camera.

Old buildings with modern upgrades can help the city grow without leaving its history in a pile of rubble.

Try these options in Seattle, Bellevue, Spokane and Tacoma.

Best practices for preserving electronically stored information.

Parades don’t have to be elaborate to make a point.

Chase wants Bsquare to soar with the Internet of Things.

As we contemplate raising the minimum wage, let’s not forget the employers who want to do the right thing while also staying in business.

A minimum-wage increase in Seattle is inevitable. The impact hinges on how big it is and how it will be implemented.