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.
Sunday Buzz: Crowdfunding benefits Fantagraphics; for single-serving coffee, a recycling dilemma; CEO’s face a familiar one.
The SEC is hearing plenty from the public on a proposed rule requiring large publicly traded U.S. companies to disclose how the CEO’s pay compares to the average employee’s.
Carving up a racing yacht for its carbon-fiber composites marks the latest efforts supported by Boeing to reuse the material that’s now found in everything from surfboards to jets.
Union Street and 108th Northeast are among the nation’s most expensive office addresses. Also, Microsoft rewards a Windows hack with $100,000, and the new owner of Walt’s automotive shops is sued over a ‘lifetime’ contract.
More massive Russian cargo planes have been landing at Everett’s Paine Field, and the CEO of Boeing supplier explains why.
Seattle-based L&L Energy comes under fire from a research firm known for uncovering fraud at Chinese companies with U.S. stock listings. Also, condo developer Nat Bosa starts selling units at big local project Insignia.
A Seattle City Council committee gets bad data on underwater homeowners; Boeing stock tops record.
Costco is among the U.S. companies cutting the last vestige of business ties to Iran or Syria. Also, Commerce Secretary Pritzker visits Belltown jobs program, and a top geneticist on Microsoft patent jury.