Herald Business Journal

Soda ad blitzes match food stamp schedules, study finds

Low-income Americans drink far more soda than their wealthier neighbors.

  • Jun 7, 2018

Home equity boosts US household wealth 1% to $100.8 trillion

Increased wealth could boost consumer spending in coming months.

  • Jun 7, 2018

Baby bust: Bay Area housing prices go up, births go down

“At this point, if we had a child there’d be nowhere to put it. No bedrooms left.”

  • Jun 7, 2018

Trump talks tough on trade ahead of G-7 meetings in Canada

Trump complained about attending the summit since it comes just before his meeting with Kim Jong Un.

  • Jun 7, 2018

Analysis: HUD plan would raise rents for poor by 20 percent

Trump believes higher rents will prompt those getting federal aid to find jobs and earn more income.

  • Jun 7, 2018

Providence nurse: Staffing so bad, no time for the bathroom

Health-care provider contracts have expired, or will soon. They took to the picket line on Wednesday.

Paintball venues bring out the friendliest warriors

These businesses let you get dirty, shoot at others and enjoy a sense of community.

Report’s message to Boeing: Build the 797 here in Washington

Unsurprisingly, a new study says the state is the best in the U.S. for aerospace manufacturing.

Trump: Economy ‘greatest in history.’ Let’s check the record

Projected US federal deficits have exploded on his watch.

  • Jun 6, 2018

So you want to get a raise? It’s best to be a white male

“With these results, it’s very obvious that unconscious or overt bias is playing a role here.”

  • Jun 6, 2018

Group that advises gov’t watchdog is disbanded, members say

Required to meet twice a year, the most Mulvaney ever committed to was a 20-minute phone call.

  • Jun 6, 2018

China’s Huawei says it hasn’t collected Facebook user data

The Chinese company company is flagged by U.S. intelligence officials as a national security threat.

  • Jun 6, 2018
Jeff Gilpin, 70, and Gabe Gilpin, 42, are the second and third generation owners of Gilpin Realty, started by Jeff’s mother, the late Freda Gilpin, in 1968, on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

This three-generation business is 50 years old and counting

Gilpin Realty of Snohomish has embraced change to survive market volatility and downturns.

Jeff Gilpin, 70, and Gabe Gilpin, 42, are the second and third generation owners of Gilpin Realty, started by Jeff’s mother, the late Freda Gilpin, in 1968, on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Boeing contract for Air Force One’s refrigerators canceled

The Air Force weighed the high cost of the new refrigerators against progress on replacement planes.

County boosters launch a ‘sustainable tourism’ initiative

Lots of visitors is mostly a good thing for the economy — but not at the expense of quality of life.

NASA boss seeks companies to take over the space station

It plans to end direct government funding of the outpost by 2025.

Boeing pushes for open, fair trade as US imposes tariffs

“We’ve done a preliminary analysis and we don’t see it having a material effect on our financials.”

Trustees report warns Medicare finances worsening

It will become insolvent in 2026 — three years earlier than previously forecast.

  • Jun 5, 2018

Who should foot the bill on the first date? #WhoPays

Some advice on avoiding awkward silences when the restaurant check arrives.

Owner hopes to one day bring back iconic Bothell railway

Kent Manchester has a plan to restart the Iron Horse Railway, which used to run at Country Village.