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San Francisco-based game maker Zynga, creator of the once popular social network game FarmVille, recently folded up its Seattle office, laying off dozens of workers and adding to the list of companies whose early bright...
When march turns to april, a sports fan’s thoughts inevitably turn to baseball. In Seattle, that’s not necessarily a happy thing. So what can local businesses do to take our minds off another season of Mariners...
ABC and NPR news analyst Cokie Roberts enjoys telling about her daughter’s involvement in a Seattle political campaign after working in Chicago politics. She called her mother and said, “Mom, you wouldn’t...
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is a man seattleites love to hate. Sports fans won’t forgive him for selling the SuperSonics basketball team to an outsider in 2006. Activists won’t forget the time he encroached on a...
The two editors at the top of this magazine’s masthead are alumni of the late, ink-on-dead-tree-product version of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. One of those editors — the guy who writes the column on the last...