Herald Business Journal

Bezos donates $10 million toward getting veterans elected

The super PAC, titled With Honor, works with candidates across political parties.

  • Sep 5, 2018

US trade deficit widened to $50.1 billion in July

Trump views trade deficits as a sign of economic weakness, caused by bad trade deals.

  • Sep 5, 2018

There may be money out there for you

Could you use some cash? Here are five places to look for unclaimed money.

From mother to daughter: An Everett boutique marks 40 years

Burkett’s second-generation owner thought she’d stick with a career at Nordstrom. Then life changed.

Cars are cruising down the monthly subscription highway

Some of packages charge a monthly fee for the bundled use of a car, insurance and maintenance.

  • Sep 4, 2018

Colin Kaepernick’s Nike deal prompts flurry of debate online

The deal unveiled by Nike and the former 49ers quarterback was a trending topic on social networks.

  • Sep 4, 2018

Amazon is 2nd US company to reach $1 trillion market value

Jeff Bezos’ 16 percent stake in Amazon is now worth about $160 billion.

  • Sep 4, 2018

‘Moneyball’ doesn’t exactly translate to corporate hiring

Statistical analyses of psychological test results and baseball performance are not the same.

Kaitlyn Davis opened Moe’s Espresso in July in downtown Arlington on August 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Before buying her first business at 24, she hit the books

Kaitlyn Davis finished college — then pored over three years’ worth of an espresso stand’s accounts.

Kaitlyn Davis opened Moe’s Espresso in July in downtown Arlington on August 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

County farming coordinator knows agribusiness first hand

“The biggest challenge women farmers face is being taken seriously,” says Linda Neunzig.

Don’t take her for granted: This writer is worth millions

Jeannie Beckett is a successful writer of grant applications, and one of her secret weapons is CAP LOCK.

Bellingham nonprofit empowers girls around the world

Days for Girls International gets menstruation supplies to girls who need them.

  • Sep 3, 2018

20-hour flight is coming, and it may have a gym and bunks

Qantas is sizing up the long-range Airbus A350 against Boeing’s 777X.

Washington utility increases power rates for bitcoin mining

Miners have flocked to the region because of its cheap hydroelectric power.

  • Sep 2, 2018
Crystal Puckett looks over the wares at Tulalip Remedy during the preview opening in Tulalip on Aug. 9. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Retail cannabis is newest money-maker on the reservation

Tulalip Remedy is the first pot shop on tribal land in Snohomish County and the sixth in the state.

Crystal Puckett looks over the wares at Tulalip Remedy during the preview opening in Tulalip on Aug. 9. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Watch your waste stream: Recyclers get picky about trash

China’s decision to stop accepting some material is causing a shift in the U.S. waste industry.

Even with AI, economic forecasting is risky

We’ve come a long way. Not long ago, an economist entering into a consulting contract with the federal government might have to explain to the… Continue reading

Labor stoppage ends for some local projects, but not all

Progress slowed on the Everett YMCA construction site, plus some school upgrades and road work.

A taller, denser downtown Everett gets City Council approval

Two years in the works, the Metro Everett plan anticipates light rail and more residents.

Open just a few months, Farms & Market in Everett to close

The artisan grocery in the Grand Avenue Marketplace development is expected to close Sept. 14.