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Saturday, June 25, 2016

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Stylish hats help couple find success

The founder of a Lynnwood company that imports Panama hats directly from 10 women weavers in Ecuador said he's dreamed of helping others his whole life. Since he was a small boy exploring mountainous terrain with his dog in his native Ecuador, he's ...[Read more]


U.S. homes sell at strongest pace since 2007

WASHINGTON — Americans snapped up houses in May almost as soon as properties were listed, fueling the strongest sales rate in nearly a decade.Sales of existing homes rose 1.8 ...[Read more]

Suit accusing Starbucks of under-filling lattes can proceed

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge is allowing the bulk of a lawsuit accusing Starbucks of systematically under-filling lattes to move forward.Two California residents are suing ...[Read more]

Study: One in 10 jobs dependent on ag, forestry, fishing in NW

More than 12 cents of every $1 generated and one job in 10 are attributed to the agriculture, forestry and fisheries industries in the Northwest, according to a new study....[Read more]

Construction begins on final building for Bothell’s Gateway Apartments

Groundbreaking was held on Monday for the fourth and final building for Gateway Apartments at 19121 112th Ave NE, Bothell. When completed, the 233,085-square-foot building...[Read more]

Behind scenes work underway to bring light rail to Lynnwood

It's still up in the air when light rail will reach Everett. When it will reach Snohomish County is another matter. Sound Transit has proposed to bring light rail to...[Read more]

Everett power firm hopes outside investors mean more growth

EVERETT — A growing power systems company in Everett has a new major investor. JEB Inc., an industrial holding company is now the major owner of Computer Power & Service, ...[Read more]

Biotech investor sheet plans online relaunch

For Alan Leong, stock values extend beyond the bottom line. He co-founded BioWatch News, a soon-to-relaunch website that offers biotech investors commentary, interviews and...[Read more]

Investing successes and a couple of misses from former Fluke CEO

EVERETT — In a career of investing money, there are always the ones that got away. And John Fluke Jr. remembers them vividly. The former CEO and chairman of the Fluke ...[Read more]

Everett business recalls pistachios sold in Washington, Oregon

EVERETT — Crescent Specialty Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling 6-ounce bags of Crescent Pistachio Raw, because they have the potential to be contaminated with...[Read more]

Biz bits

Briefs: Master Marine offering new boat lines in Mount Vernon

Master Marine offering new boat lines in Mount Vernon Veteran boat, motor and trailer dealership Master Marine in Mount Vernon will begin to offer Sea Sport, Osprey & C-Dory boats with the 2017 model year. Master Marine at 333 E. Blackburn Road, Suite C, is one of the oldest boat dealers in the Northwest. Owner Larry Carpenter is a fisheries advocate and the vice chair of the Fish &...[Read more]


Briefs: Monroe’s Pacific Earth Works honors long-time workers

Monroe's Pacific Earth Works honors long-time workers Monroe-based Pacific Earth Works is recognizing two long-term employees. Ell Roy Oster has been with Pacific Earth...[Read more]

Briefs: New VP of retail sales at 1st Security Bank in Mountlake Terrace

New VP of retail sales at 1st Security Bank in Mountlake Terrace Mountlake Terrace's 1st Security Bank of Washington has named Kelli Nielsen as its new senior vice president ...[Read more]

Briefs: Edmonds Chermak Construction wins remodeling award

Edmonds Chermak Construction wins remodeling award The Chrysalis Awards for Remodeling Excellence named Edmonds-based Chermak Construction a regional winner in its...[Read more]

Briefs: Craft beer bar and bottleshop opens in Snohomish

Craft beer bar and bottleshop opens in Snohomish A new craft beer bar and bottleshop has opened in Snohomish. Josh's Taps & Caps, owned by husband and wife Joshua and...[Read more]

Aerospace blog

Boeing-built tankers could be based at Fairchild AFB

The U.S. Air Force says Fairchild Air Force Base near Spokane is on its shortlist of possible homes for the second active-duty unit of KC-46A aerial refueling tankers, which Boeing is developing in Everett.The list also includes Dover Air Force Base (AFB), Delaware; Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota; Travis AFB, California; and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey.Wherever is selected, the...[Read more]


Plenty of risks could sink Boeing’s Iran deal

The Boeing Co.’s historic sale to Iran Air could be undone either by U.S. hawks who take a hardline on Iran or by Tehran’s own bad behavior.The Islamic nation has used the...[Read more]

Feds open door for commercial drones

The Obama administration threw open the door Tuesday for businesses currently using drones, while putting the brakes on fleets of delivery drones and other potential future...[Read more]

Robots cut rework, speed up Boeing 737 production

Sometimes going faster means making fewer mistakes. That’s Boeing’s approach with its new robotic systems for drilling holes in 737 wing spars at its Renton plant. The new...[Read more]

Business Wisdom

How well do you know the person you’re about to marry?

If you’re fighting about money in your marriage, what do you wish you had known about your spouse before you exchanged vows?Would you have gotten out of the relationship had...[Read more]

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