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IWG Flexible Workspaces Foster Transformational Change | Sponsored

IWG Flexible Workspaces Foster Transformational Change | Sponsored

IWG is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace, with 3,500 locations operating under brands including Regus, Spaces and HQ across 120 countries. Its network is unrivaled in its reach, which extends beyond central business districts to suburban and rural areas, where employees have an unparalleled choice of locations in the heart of their local…

Nearly 20k Amazon, Whole Foods Frontline Employees Test Positive for Coronavirus

Nearly 20k Amazon, Whole Foods Frontline Employees Test Positive for Coronavirus

Compared to the general population, The Seattle-based e-commerce giant says it expected to see nearly 34,000 positive cases among frontline employees.

Compared to the general population, The Seattle-based e-commerce giant says it expected to see nearly 34,000 positive cases among frontline employees.

Portland's Chown Hardware Makes Seattle Debut

Portland’s Chown Hardware Makes Seattle Debut

Chown Hardware is the country’s oldest family-owned hardware retailer

Seattle’s got talent: New report highlights how ‘techie’ the region is really is

Seattle’s got talent: New report highlights how ‘techie’ the region is really is

Mention Seattle to someone in, say, New York and three things come to mind: coffee, rain and technology. Stereotypes, sure, but truisms nonetheless. Now comes a report by commercial real estate firm CBRE that Seattle leads all markets across the United States in tech-job creation. The Seattle-Bellevue-Tacoma area added 45,560 technology jobs between 2016 and…

Pattern Takes on Covid

Pattern Takes on Covid

Company says rapid spit test is 98.5% accurate

Startup Pattern Computer Inc. is seeking  FDA approval for a rapid Covid testing device that uses two drops of spit to diagnose Covid in a mere three seconds and confirms the virus with 98.5% accuracy. It can also distinguish other viral diseases at a 70% predictive rate. “We have the world’s fastest, most accurate, highest…

Chaos to Cure

Chaos to Cure

Pattern computer is on the precipice of discovering new treatments for cancer and other diseases

In less than three years, Pattern Computer Inc. (PCI) has discovered a pair of two-drug candidates for triple-negative breast cancer, the hardest cancer to treat. The 5-year-old startup has entered mice trials and is shopping its triple-negative breast cancer discoveries to big pharmaceutical companies, which will conduct human trials and perhaps commercialize Pattern’s discoveries. The…

The Great Resignation: Not in Washington State

The Great Resignation: Not in Washington State

Lots of workers in Georgia and Kentucky apparently dislike their jobs. That’s not the case in Washington state. In one of those instances where the state wants to be near the bottom, Washington ranks a lowly No. 43 for the percentage of people who quit their jobs during “The Great Resignation.” Only 2.43% of Washington’s…

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