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Mayor Jenny Durkan Responds to Homeless Challenge

Mayor Durkan reports that thousands of concerned citizens have contacted her in recent days over the issue of homelessness that has pit major city employers...

Tech-spresso Shots from Around the Sound

City Repeals Head Tax 7-2 in Dramatic Reversal Like a death-defying Seahawks comeback play in the fourth quarter of an NFL showdown, the Seattle City Council called...

Seattle A.I. Talent and Mentors Becoming American Idols

Seattle’s emergence as a nerve center for A.I. technologies, and a remote engineering outpost for companies like Facebook and Google, have created a kind...

Trump Pushes Postal Commissioner to Double Amazon Shipping Rates. Discuss!

In a series of moves reminiscent of the Nixon administration's "Enemies List,” president Donald Trump has held a number of meetings with Postmaster General Megan...

Tech Prosperity vs. City Poverty: Is Seattle’s Policy or Polity Coming to a...

Amazon and Zillow Push Back on Head Tax — HQ2 Cities Take Note What should the civic role of Seattle's most successful corporations be when...

GIX Innovation Competition Semi-Final Round is July 12th

The GIX Innovation Competition was created in 2016 to spur solutions to global challenges. GIX, the Global Innovation Exchange is a global partnership between...

Seattle’s Bizible Acquired by Marketo, A Strategic Touch Point

In the quest for more refined marketing attributions and accurate ROI's, marketing automation leader Marketo has announced its biggest acquisition in history with the addition...

T-Mobile and Sprint Propose $26.5 Billion Merger

How Was Your Weekend? While four NBA teams did battle this Sunday to advance in decisive playoff games, and a climactic episode of Homeland marked...

First-Ever Small Business Report Studies Amazon Sellers

Amazon has introduced its first Small Business Impact Report highlighting new details about the millions of small and medium-sized businesses that sell their products on...

Starbucks to Close All Stores Nationwide for Racial-Bias Education on May 29

Starbucks Coffee Company today announced it will be closing its more than 8,000 company-owned stores in the United States on the afternoon of May 29 to conduct...