Issue

October 2015

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Winner: Faithlife/Logos Bible Software | Silver Award: Code Fellows

Winner: Apollo Video Technology | Silver Awards: Finsphere Corporation, Centri Technology

Winner: EnergySavvy | Silver Awards: Chronus Corporation, TalentWise

Winner: Anthology | Silver Award: Nintex

Winner: TUNE | Silver Award: Context Relevant

Winner: RootMetrics | Silver Award: Point Inside

Winner: Stratos Product Development | Silver Awards: Blink UX, Teague

Winner: Expedia Inc. | Silver Awards: Avvo, Rover.com

Honoring the inventiveness of Washington's tech leaders.

It’s not just a 'Star Trek' series; it’s also the group that will be generalized and pigeonholed after the millennials move on.

ClearSign makes combustion cleaner and more efficient.

Should you file trademark applications on your own?

Federal Way firm brings manufacturers and customers together and helps them see the light.

Survivors of a catastrophe stake their future on an episode of 'The Simpsons.'

Ethan Stowell’s new Goldfinch sings in a major key of sea.

They can’t all be the next Xerox.

He is founder and chairman of Seattle Hospitality Group, an events and travel related business he hopes to build into a legacy company.

Our readers weigh in.

Parochialism be damned: The Delta-Alaska rivalry is a good thing for Seattle.

The Atlanta-based carrier says it has no intention of swallowing up Alaska Airlines, but it has every intention of being a major player here.

Good mental health policies are good for business.

The business value of mobile messaging.