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Wood Harbinger founder Steve Wood dead at 78

By JOURNAL STAFF

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Steve Wood, founder of Bellevue-based Wood Harbinger, died Sept. 18 at age 78. He had colon cancer.


Online data helps banks track pot sales

By GENE JOHNSON

The idea behind posting the information online is to make it easy for banks or credit unions to discover red flags that might indicate illegal activity.


Starbucks to roll out ‘pay ahead' option

Starbucks says it will start letting customers across the country place orders ahead of time on their smartphones by next year.


Kemper to renovate J.C. Penney space

By JOURNAL STAFF

Kemper Development Co. is planning to remodel the J.C. Penney space in Bellevue Square to create several smaller retail spaces.


A first: high-speed trading firm fined $1M for fraud

By MARCY GORDON

The SEC said these were the first fraud and market-manipulation charges against a firm for super-fast trading that now dominates the U.S. securities markets.


Plunging oil prices are felt far and wide

By JONATHAN FAHEY

Lower prices will have complex effects on economies around the globe that are only starting to be felt.


Creditor gets land for Detroit development

The state will pay to demo an arena and parking garage, clearing Financial Guaranty nine acres for a hotel, condos, and office or retail.


Low iron prices, Ebola outbreak bankrupt British mining company

The company said that a lack of liquidity, together with lengthy negotiations between potential buyers of its Sierra Leone Marampa mine, forced it to file for administration.



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