Seattle’s Google building is shown here in July. (Sue Misao / The Herald)

Tech companies banishing extremists after Charlottesville

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Herald Business Journal

Boeing wins $12.7 billion deal with VietJet Aviation

The agreement covers 80 of Boeing’s 737 Max 10 planes and 20 of the 737 Max 8 models.

Japan, EU sign trade deal to eliminate nearly all tariffs

It covers a third of the global economy and markets of more than 600 million people.

Auto industry cries foul as Trump moves toward car tariffs

Trump’s latest plan is to consider slapping tariffs on imported autos and auto parts.

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin launches spacecraft higher than ever

Wednesday’s passenger was Mannequin Skywalker, an instrumented dummy in a blue flight suit.

Soy “milk” makers may need to find alternative description

The FDA signaled plans to start enforcing a federal standard that defines “milk” as coming from cows.

Coastal bank has a good first day of Wall Street trading

The Everett-based company’s stock was offered at $14.50 and rose to $16.40 by the close of trading.

Japan-made passenger jet showcased at Farnborough

The Mitsubishi Regional Jet displayed its advanced state of development and high performance.

New Air Force One will be red, white and blue, Trump says

The present light-blue color scheme on the Everett-built 747s was chosen by President Kennedy.

EU fines Google a record $5 billion over mobile system

The EU says the company forced handset makers to install Google apps.

Most Read