Nonprofit names interim top executive while search for permanent replacement is underway.
The Bellevue-based telecom company expects to build or expand a total of seven ‘customer-experience centers.’
The Seattle nonprofit is seeking to balance the benefits of generous time-off perks against the workforce disruption they can spark.
The co-working company is expanding to five new cities.
Residents know change is coming, but they have no idea how radically different their cities will look.
Can the state lead the way on portable worker benefits?
The deal is part of a 27-building sale in Seattle and Denver.
The online retailer will also sponsor women’s soccer team Seattle Reign.
Valavanis, who joined the Storm in 2014, will also serve as chief executive of Force Management, the company that owns the club.
The SeaTac-based airline plans to hire thousands of workers this year.
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