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September 2015

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EVP of product development and CTO, F5 Networks, Seattle

Pacific region sales executive and Seattle market president, KeyBank, Seattle

VP of strategic initiatives, state government affairs, Eli Lilly and Co., Seattle

President and CEO, ArtsFund, Seattle

Owner and director, TCM Models & Talent, Seattle

Director of art, craft & design, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue

At the intersection of dressing well and managing effectively.

If there’s a method to the state’s distribution of economic incentive money, it’s a well-kept secret.

Seattle company tailors a conditioning regimen to each sport and makes it viewable on a variety of platforms.

Pebblebee and iTraq make it easier to find things.

A bizarre episode from Seattle’s recent past spawns a new play at the Intiman Theatre Festival.

SAM Asian Art Museum presents Chiho Aoshima’s dreamy dystopias.

This year’s top honorees in Seattle magazine’s Washington Wine Awards.

The key to a kinder, gentler public offering?

In the skyline bar of Tokyo’s Prince Park Tower, Rick Seely is winding down the day with a beer and some conversation. A longtime American expat nearing retirement age, Seely looks out at the megacity at dusk, the lights of nearby skyscrapers flickering on, Japan’s Eiffel Tower replica glowing orange. The topic at hand is Rick’s son, Bryan, a young ex-Marine and increasingly famous hacker in Seattle. Rick is discussing the chances that his son will be murdered.

Nobody said it would be easy, but the move toward a $15 minimum wage is good and proper.

PayScale CEO has guided its steady growth as a compensation software services provider.

Our readers weigh in.

There’s help for people seeking to place private capital in socially conscientious endeavors.

Without one, it jeopardizes the team approach to quality and safety.

Serial entrepreneur Sunny Gupta's latest venture seems poised for a billion-dollar IPO.