Shwetak Patel, assistant professor/co-founder
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Jackie Heinricher, founder and CEO
Todd Ostrander, CEO; Minoru Taya, co-founder
Glen J. Bertini, chairman, CEO and president
Alexander Tokman, president and CEO; Sid Madhavan, vice president of research and product development
Karl Schoene, president, CEO; David Lamar, vice president of engineering; James Batdorf, director of engineering and technology development
John Peers, CEO and chairman; Iain Mackie, vice president of engineering
Jeff Ledbetter and Martha Hayden-Ledbetter, co-founders
Seattle Business brought together a distinguished board of advisers to select this year's Top Innovators.
Changing the face of business one envelope-pushing, market-disrupting idea at a time.
Businesses looking for working capital turn to alternative sources of financing, sometimes at a price.
Going against the mass market can yield a different kind of success.
Despite bureaucratic hoops and opposition from some restaurateurs, the food truck revolution has arrived in Seattle.
Global warming is expected to drastically alter the growing climate in agricultural regions around the world by the 2080s, to the detriment of some but to the benefit of others. (Click on image to enlarge in a separate window.)
The coin-counting company’s new blockbuster makes it a business on the move.
Unmanned aerial vehicle pioneer Tad McGeer targets the civilian market with the Flexrotor.
Bit players in Seattle’s past have had a serendipitous effect on its history.
We are headed into winter and with so many storm clouds already around us, it’s hard not to feel gloomy. Where are all the cranes that once littered the skyline?
When Itron CEO Malcolm Unsworth was invited to meet with President Obama last spring, it was just another sign of how central the company has become in the global effort by utilities, at an estim
Washington companies don’t sell out as often as they are thought to; they just as often are the buyer.
A shortage of public companies is holding back Washington’s economic prospects.
Being up front about problems can help you find their solutions.