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The deficit issue has largely fallen in prominence in Washington in recent years.
French regions like Brittany and Normandy have reportedly been hit hardest.
Watchdogs have to figure out how to check computers running lightening-fast algorithms.
David Russian, CEO of Western Washington Medical Group, writes our third essay about fixing health care.
Barron Heating and Air Conditioning is celebrating its 45th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at its Marysville showroom. Owned by John Barron… Continue reading
Leadership Snohomish County is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The organization was launched in partnership with the Everett Chamber of Commerce in 1997. Leadership Snohomish County… Continue reading
Molina Medical is hosting a free event for families in the Everett community. The fall carnival is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday… Continue reading
Two Snohomish County companies have been honored with Manufacturing Excellence awards at the Oct. 5 Association of Washington Business Institute’s annual Manufacturing Summit. HPF Manufacturing… Continue reading
A real-estate economist says the local economy is fundamentally strong, despite aerospace job losses.
“I wouldn’t expect to see vehicles go much beyond about 300 miles per range.”
“We believe these are … technology enablers that could change the future of aviation.”
Hilcorp expects to extract 60,000 to 70,000 barrels per day from the project.
By Brianna McGurran, NerdWallet Q: I fell behind on my student loan payments, and I’m ready to get them back on schedule. Where do I… Continue reading
Federal regulators handled more than 2,000 complaints about student loan debt collectors.
It promises a better understanding of human decision making and a better economic model.
The proposal is in addition to individual applications submitted by Kansas City and St. Louis.
The city said it didn’t have on-site mass transit or proximity to an international airport.
The Burlington company was found to have 17 violations of dangers waste regulations in 2015.
The low level suggests that employers are confident enough in the economy to hold onto workers.