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What does ‘organic' mean if it's not food?

By MARY CLARE JALONICK

Without an Agriculture Department seal or certification, there are few ways to tell if the organic claims on a shirt, soap or a mattress are bogus.



Bellevue dealerships are sold for $107M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An entity related to AutoNation of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, paid $106.7 million for several luxury car dealerships in Bellevue, property records show.


Seattle market ranks 8th in U.S. for real estate

By JOURNAL STAFF

The report by Urban Land Institute and PwC says ranks Seattle third for development and fourth for investment.


Will Christmas be blue for Amazon?

By MAE ANDERSON

The stock price tumbled 11 percent in after-market trading — on top of the 22 percent decline the stock has already suffered this year.


Will low rates entice more to buy or re-fi?

By MARCY GORDON

It's tempting but millions have already re-financed and the housing market is restrained by tight credit, rising prices and stagnant incomes.


Snohomish County to pay $232K settlement to ZGF

The Snohomish County Council agreed to pay a $232,000 settlement to an architectural firm that was removed from the new courthouse project over budget concerns.


U.S. tech firm fined for paying Indian workers $1.21 an hour

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE

Electronics for Imaging Inc., a California printing technology firm, generated revenue of $728 million last year.


Caterpillar earnings up, outlook raised

CEO and Chairman Doug Oberhelman said that he is hopeful that economic growth will pick up next year.


As fuel costs ease, airline profits soar

By DAVID KOENIG

While getting a break on fuel, airlines are benefiting from continued strong demand that allows them to push fares higher.




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