Leslie Helm, Seattle Business magazine’s former editor, leads quietly and generously.
"Words matter. Precise words matter precisely because humans have the ability — and the responsibility — to raise the bar on how well, how accurately they communicate."
"The industrial internet of things will increase the vulnerability and potential for havoc."
"I remain a strong believer in Seattle and am thankful I had the privilege of covering its many fascinating leaders and businesses during the past decade — a time of extraordinary growth and change."
"We are fortunate to live among so many warm and talented people. There isn’t a more dynamic, caring business community anywhere."
A new study shows that in 2015, the prescription opioid crisis caused almost one million people to be absent from their jobs.
If well managed, Initiative 1631 can hit its environmental targets.
In fact, it's time we started bragging about doing the right thing.
Ethan Stowell, owner of 16 Seattle area restaurants, urges Washington voters to approve the initiative.
Does it even matter?