China trade dispute forces closure of Moses Lake business

REC Silicon, which says it supports the actions of President Trump, plans to lay off 150 workers.

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Maritime companies want to buy old Kimberly-Clark mill site

But the Port of Everett also has announced plans to condemn the vacant land for its own use.

‘We love Everett!’ A former Seattle business finds a new home

Displaced by big-city progress, Vintage Costumers brought its 40-year legacy north to Snohomish County.

FAA: Boeing 737 Max could be grounded until October — or later

The agency is meeting with international regulators to update them on the model’s grounding.

Carbon-fiber aerospace supplier plans north county plant

Boston-based Web Industries expects to employ 70 at a new manufacturing facility in Marysville.

NASA’s first-of-kind tests look to manage drones in cities

Multiple drones took to the air at the same time above downtown Reno to test emerging technology.

Older Americans more likely to cite workplace discrimination

Three-quarters of adults 60 and older say their age puts them at a disadvantage when looking for work.

Trump sending another $16 billion to ailing farmers

Foreign trading partners have retaliated against U.S. policy with tariffs on agricultural products.

American Air CEO: ‘We shall see’ how to get customers on Max

A full interview with airline executive will be aired Wednesday night on NBC Nightly News.

Retailers, shoppers could feel more pain if tariffs spread

But analysts say big box giants like Target and Walmart are best positioned to absorb the higher costs.

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