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An Arlington company’s crab pots star on ‘Deadliest Catch’

Lance Nylander oversees a business with 20 employees and $3 million in annual revenue.

Shortage of engines: Boeing delivers fewest 737s since 2012

Supplier shortfalls are hampering both Boeing and Airbus as they ramp up output of single-aisle planes.

Boeing, SpaceX prepare for America’s return to space travel

Both companies are in a race to see who will get astronauts to the International Space Station first.

Trump’s Amazon-bashing tweets stay clear of Pentagon cloud bid

Criticism from the commander-in-chief might actually help deliver the deal to Amazon.

Musk says he’s talking with Saudi fund to take Tesla private

Funding would come from the kingdom’s Public Investment Fund.

Google tracks your movements — even when you tell it not to

An AP investigation found that many Google phone services store your location data, no matter what.

Garbage from state’s pot industry clogs sewers and landfills

This, in a part of the country that prides itself on being environmentally friendly.

Los Angeles is first in US to install subway body scanners

The machines scan for metallic and non-metallic objects on a person’s body.

Trump’s trade tirade can’t slow this booming Canadian port

Prince Rupert in British Columbia is the continent’s fastest-growing port for trans-Pacific trade.

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