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Dan the Sausageman: 'We can't be great unless we fail'

The recession nearly cost Danny House everything, but he crawled back.
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Microsoft set the standard for corporate giving in Washington, and other tech companies are following

While Seattle's tech companies stepped up sustainability practices in an earnest effort to generate positive outcomes, nonprofit leaders cannot solely rely on that support.
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Partnership Highlight: The Mountaineers

The Mountaineers is a nonprofit outdoor community of 12,000+ active members in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1906, the Mountaineers have been getting people of all ages outside safely and respons…
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Smith Tower wins $1.4 million lawsuit after startup leaves lease early

The new owner of a Seattle startup says it's not liable for nearly $1.4 million of rent and fees owed to the Smith Tower.
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Former fishing cottage for sale in Ballard

At just 370 square feet, this little cottage at 2508 NW 67th St. is one of Ballard’s smallest houses. Originally built as a fishermen’s shack back in 1923, according to Curbed, this little house is n…
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Navy adds $416 million to Boeing P-8 Poseidon order for more 737 sub-hunters

The U.S. Navy has ordered three more Boeing P-8 Poseidon aircraft, increasing the contract by $416.4 million. Chicago-based Boeing makes the militarized 737 jets in Renton and Seattle. The three sub…
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Seattle Parks and Recreation announces Downtown (Center City) Parks summer events schedule

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) and partners will host a variety of free events and activities at downtown (Center City) parks this summer. Offerings include community yoga classes at Freeway Park…
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Construction has begun on high-end apartments in Kent

A well-capitalized Seattle company, HAL Real Estate, is developing the 20-acre mixed-use project, Marquee on Meeker, with Landmark Development Group of Auburn.
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Ideas for improving comments?

We’ve tried LOTS of different approaches to comments on My Ballard over the years. We began with open comments, then switched to Disqus, then switched to Facebook comments (backlash!), then switched …
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Business leaders meet to back Washington state's efforts to win new Boeing jet work

Washington state aerospace suppliers are optimistic Boeing will build the new airplane in the Puget Sound region, but realize there will be competition from other states.
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Corporate Philanthropists: The triple bottom line in Washington state

The 77 companies and their teams ranked on The List gave more than $156.49 million in cash donations in Washington state in 2017
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Opinion: It's time to embrace the triple bottom line

Triple bottom-line thinking can amplify good times and build a more resilient business.
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Ballard SeafoodFest looking for volunteers

Ballard’s biggest summer event is less than two months away, and SeafoodFest organizers are looking for volunteers. SeafoodFest is a free community event that attracts over 65,000 people to Central B…
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Amazon moves 130-person delivery driver support unit from Seattle to Phoenix

Amazon.com is moving a team that supported delivery drivers from its Seattle headquarters in South Lake Union to Phoenix. Amazon confirmed the move to the Seattle Times, which reported that many of …
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Five things that happened as you prepped for the long weekend

Here are five important things that happened in the Puget Sound-area business community this week:
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