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Sea-Tac Director: TSA screener shortage exposes travelers to security risks

Sea-Tac Airport is losing Transportation Security Administration security screening officers almost as fast as it hires them, resulting a staff shortage that exposes travelers to security risks, Sea-…
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Analyst: 'T-Mobile will do whatever it takes' to get Sprint deal approved

T-Mobile's $26.5 billion bid to acquire Sprint is uncertain as federal regulators appear split on whether to approve the deal. The deal needs the OK from both the Federal Communications Commission a…
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Premera's philanthropic efforts now focus on homelessness

The insurer recognizes untreated conditions influence housing.
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Auto tech drives innovation center at Pacific Raceways near Seattle

Realizing the track needed more revenue sources, the operator is banking on research-and-development along with expanded motor sports use.
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Molly Moon Neitzel's milk initiative honors her late sister

Molly Moon Neitzel honors the memory of her milk-loving sister by providing fresh milk to families around the region.
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Bellevue-based Auth0 surpasses $1 billion in valuation

Identity authentication company Auth0 surpassed $1 billion valuation after its latest round of funding. The Bellevue-based startup raised $103 million in Series E funding, bringing Auth0 to more tha…
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Police arrest two men following a fight and shots fired at Fremont 7-Eleven

Police have arrested two men following an altercation with shots fired outside the Fremont 7-Eleven late Monday night. The incident was first thought to be an armed robbery, but according to SPD, the…
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Large site on 15th sells for $2.9 million

The property where Scandinavian Specialties operates has just been sold for $2.9 million. According to a report from theSeattle Daily Journal of Commerce, the potential development site including 670…
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PSBJ Interview: New Talking Rain CEO sparks a caffeinated turn

Chris hall has diversified the Preston-based company’s portfolio — and palate.
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Opinion: Entrepreneurs need to focus on their futures, too

Katie Vercio, a senior financial planner at Evergreen Gavekal, says entrepreneurs are often so dedicated to growing their businesses, it is easy to not focus on their own financial future.
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Kirkland startup works toward aircraft cabin humidification system

HumBay Health says its patented system can increase humidity in a modern aircraft, boosting passengers' and working cabin crews' comfort on long trips.
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Zipline at Salmon Bay Park being replaced

If you’ve been to Salmon Bay Park lately and have noticed the zipline is missing, not to worry: Seattle Parks is installing a new one. My Ballard Group member Dana posted about the missing zipline wi…
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Unico hires veteran broken from JLL to lead investor management

Hill will focus on forming equity investment programs as well as other duties.
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Home of the Day: Hollywood Hill Perch: A Secluded Estate in Woodinville

By Helen Pederslie, Broker Home of the Day is presented by the Puget Sound Business Journal with Realogics Sotheby's International Realty. This is your invitation to view some of Seattle's most-luxu…
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After $25M buy, Toll Brothers mostly mum on plan for first Seattle high-rise

The sale of the property came a month after the city issued a master-use permit for the property, where a 25-story tower is planned.
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