People are buying more bottles of booze in Washington, and, in many cases, paying more for it four years after voters took the state out of the liquor business. Washington consumers are buying 5...
EVERETT — Layoffs across Boeing Commercial Airplanes could be necessary to stay competitive, the division’s CEO, Ray Conner, told employees Wednesday. The company is “taking thoughtful...
LYNNWOOD — The Pacific Northwest is home to North America's biggest cluster of aerospace companies — from small machine shops to the Boeing Co. And plenty of regions would like ...
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