"I grew up in a family of politicians and there was hope that I would follow in the family footsteps."
From this Issue
Amazon, Facebook and Google have signed or are contemplating new deals to rent office space in Bellevue and Kirkland.
In fact, it's time we started bragging about doing the right thing.
In a booming economy, owners of mobile homes face the prospect of having their land sold out from under them. But creative options exist to help them preserve their communities.
Daniel Carrillo welcomes a good frame job.
This photograph is part of WW1 America, a touring exhibit at Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry.
The Norwegian company operates a giant chemical refinery in Moses Lake.
The Tumwater manufacturer employs 25 workers and distributes through independent stores, small chains and direct-to-consumer sales.
"As industry lines blur and we enter the 5G era, consumers and businesses need a company with disruptive culture and capabilities to force change on their behalf."
Building a fintech sector could be equally challenging. Seattle has a minuscule share of the $1.45 trillion financial services generated in the United States.
Startup encourages markets for green energy, matching buyers with sellers.
And they’re eager to share that knowledge.
From the cloud to the classroom, we celebrate the tech sector's best and brightest
Plus: Silver Award winner Pushpay
Plus: Silver Award winner Cray
Plus: Silver Award winners Xnor.ai and Blue Canoe Learning
More than three million geocaches are hidden in more than 190 countries on the Seattle-based company's service
Code.org and Technology Access Foundation founders will be honored at Tech Impact Awards event on September 25.
"We aren’t standing still anymore. And neither can our education."