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Sea-Tac Airport Officials say federal health officials have ‘told us our risk is low, and we follow their advice’

Sea-Tac Airport officials say federal health officials have ‘told us our risk is low, and we follow their advice’

The Seattle company was purchased by San Francisco-based Salesforce in a transaction valued at nearly $16B

The Seattle company was purchased by San Francisco-based Salesforce in a transaction valued at nearly $16B

Too many children, who represent the city’s future workforce, live in neighborhoods where conditions make it hard to thrive, study finds

Too many children, who represent the city’s future workforce, live in neighborhoods where conditions make it hard to thrive, study finds

The company’s new-concept complex will feature food, drinks and a tech-powered sporting experience

The company’s new-concept complex will feature food, drinks and a tech-powered sporting experience

The deal amplifies the organization’s ability to accelerate the success of women-founded businesses nationally, founder says

The Female Founders Alliance (FFA), a Seattle-based organization focused on accelerating the success of women-founded, venture capital-scalable companies, has acquired New York-based Monarq Incubator.

The CEO of the global coffee company’s announces a five-point strategy to accomplish the goal

The CEO of the global coffee company’s announces a five-point strategy to accomplish the goal

CHI Franciscan and Virginia Mason say they are committed to expanding women’s health care options

CHI Franciscan and Virginia Mason say they are committed to expanding women’s health care options

The massive 1,500-ton structure will be transported over a closed runway as part of a highly coordinated late-night operation

The massive 1,500-ton structure will be transported over a closed runway as part of a highly coordinated late-night operation

Nearly 45,000 workers in the state are misclassified as independent contractors each year, new study finds

Nearly 45,000 workers in the state are misclassified as independent contractors each year, new study finds

The companies contend the regulations needlessly hinder immigration and will ultimately slow economic growth

The companies contend the regulations needlessly hinder immigration and will ultimately slow economic growth