Rapid economic expansion has local firms vying with Facebook, Google and others to increase their office footrpints here.
From this Issue
Winner: Morley Machine Tool Alignment
Winner: Tuanhai Hoang, president, Qualitel Corporation
Winner: Lisa Chissus, owner and president, CFM Consolidated
Winner: Breedt Production Tooling and Design
Winner: Seattle Chocolates
Winner: Talking Rain Beverage Co.
Winner: Tree Top
Winner: Fathom; Silver Award: Blue Frog Solar
Winner: Torklift International; Silver Award: WaterTectonics
Winner: Omax Corporation; Silver Award: Lucks Food Decorating Co.
Winner: Romac Industries; Silver Award: Rainier Industries
What makes a company or a manufacturing executive worthy of recognition as one of Seattle Business magazine’s Washington Manufacturing Awards recipients?
Relax! The medical school flap between the UW and WSU is a good thing.
The shortage of software engineers is acute; the effort to address the need has begun.
Bruce Barcott changed his mind on marijuana legalization — and wrote a book about it.
A red and a pink to savor this summer.
Multiplying fun by four equals Trove.
Supreme Court reins in the expansive interpretation of patent eligibility.
Skillful practitioners of ‘brand journalism’ have a story to sell you.
At Puget Sound Energy, Kimberly Harris trades lawyering for striving to keep our lights on.
We have the smarts to solve the homelessness problem. Do we have the will?
Do they have sufficient capital to keep successful startups from leaving town for more support elsewhere?