Brier Dudley: Microsoft conceded that it's time for a do-over of its flagship Windows operating system and showed a new version that's supposed to be easier to learn and less jarring than the current Windows 8. There are so many changes being made to the platform, including a hybrid Start menu, that the company decided to skip ahead and call its new software Windows 10.
At the Governor’s Aerospace summit in Everett, Boeing senior vice president Tim Keating declared the jetmaker is committed to Washington state but launched an attack on the company’s engineering union and its leader.
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