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Friday, May 6, 2016

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Everett's ATS CEO named HBJ Executive of the Year

The success of Matt Yerbic's career is based on looking both forward and upward. Growing up in Alaska, flying was a way of life. His uncle owned a small airline and he frequently flew in the family's Cessna-185 or Super Cub. By 6 years old, he was ...[Read more]

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Workshop aims to help inventors, entrepreneurs

ARLINGTON — An upcoming workshop with The NW Innovation Resource Center and Everett Community College Corporate and Continuing Education Center will cover topics aimed...[Read more]

Canyon Creek Cabinets offers inspiration in remodeled showroom

MONROE — Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. completed a remodel of its 6,000-square-foot showroom, replacing 10 displays including two that feature conference rooms. The...[Read more]

Bothell’s Vertafore acquired by private equity firms

BOTHELL — Insurance technology provider Vertafore announced Monday that private equity firms Bain Capital Private Equity and Vista Equity Partners have entered into an...[Read more]

They want to be Marysville's hometown craft brewers

Despite running a successful business — an award-winning craft brewery that is one of the fastest growing in Snohomish County — Aaron Wight and Sean Wallner...[Read more]

Passenger terminal could bring flights to Paine Field in 2017

EVERETT — The New York company working to develop a commercial passenger terminal at Paine Field hopes to break ground by the end of this year, with the first flights...[Read more]

Revenue up, but Boeing writes off losses from tanker and 747

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. started the year with mixed results: Overall revenue was up 2 percent to $22.6 billion — buoyed by greater defense-side income. But losses from the...[Read more]

Oregon-based bank to buy Prime Pacific of Lynnwood

LYNNWOOD — The holding company for Lynnwood’s Prime Pacific Bank has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Bend, Oregon-based Bank of the Cascades.The deal allows Prime ...[Read more]

Snohomish pharmacy thrives in a world of giants

SNOHOMISH — Kusler's Compounding Pharmacy has helped keep Cheryl Decker's family healthy for more than 15 years. She and her husband occasionally fill prescriptions...[Read more]

High product, labor costs lead to decline in Boeing profit

Revenues were up 2 percent to $22.6 billion but that was not enough to offset higher costs for Boeing’s products and labor.Boeing is currently in the process of reducing its...[Read more]

Aerospace blog

American Airlines dumps Zodiac, goes with B/E Aerospace

EVERETT — Zodiac Aerospace is out and B/E Aerospace is in supplying business seats for American Airlines’ 787-9s, the airline confirmed Tuesday. the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram reported.The airline previously said it would use B/E seats for premium economy class. It will use B/E’s Super Diamond Business Class Seat. B/E will also supply seats for all classes on American’s Airbus A350s, which are...[Read more]

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Boeing considers 737 revamp to ward off competition

EVERETT — The Boeing Co. isn’t backing down from the 737 MAX despite stiff competition from rival Airbus’ A320neo, Boeing chief executive and president Dennis Muilenburg said ...[Read more]

Boeing 737 MAX is flying high

LA PAZ, BOLIVIA — Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 has passed high altitude tests. A test aircraft for the new single-aisle plane hit the milestone in La Paz, Bolivia, where the airport is ...[Read more]

Business Wisdom

Introduce college graduates to their future financial self

My 15-year-old likes to tease me about my age. After watching an old black-and-white movie together, she turned to me and said, “Mom, did they have color back in your day?” I threatened to give her inheritance to her brother. But as she jokes about...[Read more]

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