Starbucks is leasing from CEO Howard Schultz one of the snazziest corporate jets around. Also: Tech entrepreneur David Giuliani aims to put entrepreneurial, data-driven thinking to work on the state’s many challenges.
Eddie Bauer gives a peek at its long-hidden financial performance in preparation for sale to Jos. A. Bank Clothiers; also, penny-stock promoter must pay $4.9 million for hyping Tacoma company.
Seattle rents climbing, but not as much as 5 other Western cities; also, European menswear shop is drawn here by Boeing, Amazon, and Macklemore; and Starbucks tests fizzy drinks.
If Genie is Moses Lake’s Boeing — and in many ways it is — then the SX-180 is Genie’s Dreamliner.
Amazon’s “Alpha House” is a hit; end’s in sight for car dealerships in downtown Seattle; and Texas town is thrilled it’s getting a Starbucks store.
Xbox Entertainment Studios is planning an original documentary series; same-day delivery not on front-burner for Costco; surprise Santa is Bill Gates.
An infusion of cash from investment powerhouse KKR sets the stage for potential acquisitions by the shell company that survives from Washington Mutual.
Seattle Internet jeweler Blue Nile has joined with Nordstrom to showcase some ritzy rings in stores while sticking to its long-held e-commerce strategy.
New York-based shared work-spaces operator is moving into South Lake Union next year, and amenities include free beer; credit-reporting agencies cause consumer irritation.
Starbucks rolls out its first train-car cafe, traveling at more than 120 mph. Also, Costco connects with Google for test of same-day delivery service.