Dan Catchpole

Boeing layoff tally reaches 245, more expected

The Boeing Co. laid off 245 workers this month, according to a notification filed with the state. The tally includes 173 union-represented employees… Continue reading

Future of Boeing’s 787 seems secure, but maybe not in Everett

Weak orders for the Boeing Co.’s sleek 787 Dreamliner have some analysts considering a day when the advanced jetliner is put together only… Continue reading

Puzzling over the technology ban on some air carriers

but not all — electronic devices on flights from some — but not all — countries has many… Continue reading

Report: South Carolina workers not affected by Boeing layoff

Workers at Boeing’s plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, have not been affected by the layoffs announced Friday by the aerospace giant, reports the Charleston… Continue reading

Boeing plans to lay off 170 workers in region; offers buyouts

The Boeing Co. announced more layoffs and a new round of buyouts late last week for workers around Puget Sound. The company continues… Continue reading

PUD picks Logan to fill vacancy, cites energy background

Snohomish County Public Utility District commissioners have picked Sid Logan, of Arlington, to fill the commission’s vacant District 1 seat. He is scheduled… Continue reading

Finalists for PUD commission are narrowed to two

Two people with longtime connections to local schools are the finalists to fill the vacant seat on the Snohomish County Public Utility District’s… Continue reading

Future of trade discussed at gathering in Seattle

Anxious questions about the future of the United States’ trade policy dominated a gathering of trade-dependent businesses Monday in Seattle. Trade policy used… Continue reading

Airliner winglets help to save billions of gallons of fuel

Airlines and other operators flying Boeing jets have saved billions of gallons of aviation fuel thanks to winglets — wing-tip attachments that curve… Continue reading

In Renton, Boeing rolls out another version of the 737 MAX

The Boeing Co. unveiled its newest jetliner — the 737 MAX 9 — Tuesday morning at a private event attended by thousands of… Continue reading

Seattle Genetics cleared to resume testing of cancer drug

Seattle Genetics can resume all testing on an experimental drug to treat an aggressive form of cancer known as acute myeloid leukemia. The… Continue reading

Vigor Industrial to end lease early, close Everett shipyard

Vigor Industrial is shutting down the Everett Shipyard. The ship-building company has offered to pay the Port of Everett nearly $1 million to… Continue reading

Boeing has soft launch of 737 MAX 10X; woos potential customers

The Boeing Co. did a soft launch Monday of a 737 MAX 10X, a stretched single-aisle aircraft to compete with Airbus’ popular A321neo. Randy Tinseth,… Continue reading

Everett developer Lobsang Dargey won’t fight fraud lawsuit

Embattled real estate developer Lobsang Dargey has dropped his fight against a federal lawsuit accusing him of defrauding investors and misusing their money.… Continue reading

100 jobs: Cargo company to occupy former Everett mill site

EVERETT – A cargo-handling company, North American Stevedoring, plans to set up shop at Kimberly-Clark’s former mill site on the waterfront. A subsidiary of the… Continue reading

Boeing expects its new 737 MAX 9 to roll out on Tuesday

The Boeing Co.’s newest jetliner — the 737 MAX 9 — is scheduled to roll out of the company’s Renton plant Tuesday. The… Continue reading

Boeing worker accidentally leaks info on 36,000 employees

A Boeing worker’s decision to email a spreadsheet home to his wife theoretically could cost the company more than $13 million. It also… Continue reading

Boeing UK plant will help build wing flap actuation systems

The Boeing Co. is taking more production work in-house. The work — making actuation systems to move wing flaps on 737s and 777… Continue reading

Everett Mall back on the block for the third time in two years

Everett Mall is up for sale — again. It’s the third effort in two years to sell the shopping center. Jones Lang LaSalle… Continue reading