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Despite Intel cuts, tech surges in Portland

By MIKE ROGOWAY

The Silicon Forest, rooted in electronics manufacturing, is undergoing a broad transition toward software.



Boeing:$305M in state tax breaks

Boeing says it saved $305 million through state tax breaks last year, marking the first time the company has been required by law to publicly disclose such information.


FBI data center expanding in Idaho

The FBI is expanding its data center in eastern Idaho and bringing in 300 new jobs.


Aero-Vac Alloys expands in Kalama

By JOURNAL STAFF

A specialty metals manufacturing distributor, Aero-Vac Alloys & Forge, signed a 23,000-square-foot lease at the Port of Kalama, and will move its headquarters and production to Kalama from Orange County, California.


Most states do little about toxic fire foam

By JENNIFER McDERMOTT

Five states are tracking PFCs, which were used at certain airports and refineries where catastrophic fires were a risk. Washington is one of a dozen states that are beginning or planning to investigate the chemicals.


Whole Foods: No tattoo shops yet for ‘365' chain

By CANDICE CHOI

Third-party vendors can set up shop inside the stores but there are no plans for tattoo parlors to date.


Tacoma light rail will remain free

The Tacoma light rail will remain free after a major donation from the Tacoma Business Improvement Area.


School says $17,570 table was a mistake

The University of New Hampshire now acknowledges that spending $17,000 on a custom-made chef's table with LED lights for the campus dining hall was a mistake.


Ex-billionaire invokes right to remain silent

The jailed founder of a Montana club for the ultrarich said he won't answer a judge's demands to reveal what happened to hundreds of millions of dollars in assets he drained from the resort prior to its bankruptcy.


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