Herald Business Journal

New Zealand official calls Facebook ‘morally bankrupt’

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg recently rejected calls to introduce a delay in his livestreaming service.

  • Apr 8, 2019

Pinterest sets conservative pricing after Lyft drop

At the higher end, the value of the company could be around $9 billion.

  • Apr 8, 2019

Delta tops long-running ranking of US airlines

Discount carrier Frontier Airlines ranked last, just behind American Airlines.

  • Apr 8, 2019

Chuck E. Cheese returning to public trading after 5 years

It’s the first time since 2015 that a restaurant chain will go public in the U.S.

  • Apr 8, 2019

Bush Foundation wants retired Air Force One plane in museum

The Air Force is reviewing the request. Two planes are to be retired in 2025. Both are Boeing 747s.

China and Russia’s inroads in Europe, elsewhere may not pay off

They will find out that economic results are harder to come by than they might have imagined.

More Indonesians join cases against Boeing after CEO apology

Family members of crash victims said CEO Dennis Muilenburg’s comment helps their cases.

This stubborn, compassionate referee mentors young athletes

Joel Taylor learned “grit and fortitude” at a young age from his working single mother.

Real or artificial? Tech titans declare AI ethics concerns

Some skeptics see it as mere window dressing by corporations more interested in profit.

  • Apr 7, 2019

She’s walking proof that a college degree can take you places

As director of Everett Community College in Monroe, Ciera Graham now serves as role model for students.

The credit card vs. debit card struggle

Wow Air’s recent shutdown highlights why one is better than the other.

What students can learn from the days before college loans

Before the 1960s, student loans didn’t exist.

  • Apr 7, 2019

Will Paine Field flights impact Arlington airport?

Arlington Municipal’s manager calls Paine Field passenger service a “wonderful addition to the county.”

Six minutes to disaster: Ethiopian Air

How pilots battled the Boeing 737 Max

Drug distributor readies to close Everett facility

Dozens of workers will lose jobs as McKesson moves operations to a new location in Puyallup.

Firmly ensconced in Everett, he helps shape the city’s image

Julio Cortes once viewed Everett and Snohomish County as a stepping stone. But he put down roots.

Her effort to help others began with a few words in Spanish

Sara Boyle knows the value of language and is helping others take charge of their community.

US military review reveals civilian deaths in Somalia strike

The U.S. Africa Command has insisted that American airstrikes in Somalia had killed no civilians.

Ralph Nader: Boeing 737 Max ‘should never fly again’

The noted consumer rights advocate lost a niece in the Ethiopian Airlines crash last month.

Boeing to cut production rate of 737s in Renton by 19%

The move will “accommodate the pause in MAX deliveries” caused by the model’s grounding after two crashes.