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Many of the Machinists union will get an extra hefty bonus after working a lot of overtime in 2018.
The agreement will scrap nearly all tariffs on products both sides trade in.
Breaking bread with employees can foster trust and communication.
The Taiwanese company will proceed to construct a plant that will make liquid crystal display screens.
Analysts and commercial space insiders say they are coincidental and don’t indicate a major downturn.
Manufacturing work on the new 777X in Everett will accelerate as that plane enters flight testing.
Kevin Johnson’s compensation was 1,049 times greater than the median Starbucks employee’s pay.
The healthy gain illustrated the job market’s durability nearly a decade into the economic expansion.
The company says routine “process monitoring” did what it’s supposed to — identify problems.
Despite the recent success, many colleges are failing to hit their long-term financial goal.
When we help out, encourage others and try to make a difference, we’re playing a valuable role.
Edmonds baker doesn’t try to sugarcoat the messages he puts on heart-shaped cookies.
The White House said in a statement that the two sides had made progress.
Fake invoices were issued to Microsoft for services supposedly related to the 2017 Super Bowl.
Aerospace giant Boeing Co. is among other companies that provide their workers with exoskeletons.
“The tragedy had an effect on our comp program,” the city’s human resources risk manager said.
Everett residents are asking officials to shorten the timeline for contaminated areas.
The revelation is yet another blemish and could invite further regulatory scrutiny.
Global economic pressures and consistently mild inflation were cited as reasons to keep rates steady.
The results topped Wall Street expectations.