Posted: Apr, 08 2020

Executives in the Puget Sound Area ‘have a notably bleak view of COVID-19’s impact on their businesses,’ the poll states

Dawson’s job is about ensuring customers’ bills get paid promptly and correctly

Sequoyah Electric President Mahmood Ghassemi, third from right — with, from left, Michele Amato, Tim Ostlie, Cheryl Nagel, Thurman Woods and Ryan Cruth.

The uptick isn’t a surprise, but the numbers are staggering
Posted: Apr, 06 2020

The uptick isn’t a surprise, but the numbers are staggering

Posted: Apr, 06 2020

The airline is the dominant carrier at Sea-Tac Airport, where last year it served more than 20 million passengers

Posted: Apr, 06 2020

The move extends an original temporary shutdown of the company's Seattle-area plants due to COVID-19 and sinking aircraft demand

Posted: Apr, 03 2020

The tally represents only a slice of the economic gut punch caused by the virus, but naming the businesses hurt puts a human face on the numbers

Know when to make a move ― and when to stay put