Welcome, sign in or click here to subscribe.
Login: Password:
     


 

 

  Business

How one U.S. factory fought cheap imports

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

“Factory Man” tells the story of one furniture manufacturer who stayed in business despite a flood of overseas goods by modernizing his factory and restructuring products.



Colleges add luxury touches to stadiums

By DAVE SKRETTA

The architecture firm Populous is helping schools to lure fans to next-generation stadiums in an era where good seats are not enough.


$200M sought to upgrade Oregon schools for quakes

By JONATHAN J. COOPER

Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney on Tuesday called for the state to take on $200 million in debt to help prepare school buildings for a devastating earthquake that scientists say could come at any time.


Spokane may register foreclosed homes

The city of Spokane may require lenders to register foreclosed homes with the city.


Spokane OKs new skywalk

The Spokane City Council approved a permit Monday for a downtown skywalk.


HOK to acquire 360 Architecture

By JOURNAL STAFF

St. Louis-based HOK said it will acquire 360 Architecture, which designed the Husky Stadium renovation and provided early design work for a Seattle basketball arena.


Essex buys Bellevue units for $58.5M

An entity related to Essex Property Trust of Palo Alto, California, paid $58.55 for a 220-unit apartment complex at 11200 N.E. 11th St. in Bellevue.


Home construction jumps 15.7% in July

By MARTIN CRUTSINGER

Economists noted that the numbers were much better than expected.


$78,000 bid for New England's tallest lighthouse

By PATRICK WHITTLE

Boon Island Light Station is on a tiny rocky island 6 miles off Maine's coast.


Shipping rise bodes well for world trade

By JAN M. OLSEN

The world's largest shipping company says it is sending more containers around world, a sign that global trade — and possibly economic growth — is picking up.


Customer killed by forklift in Lynnwood

A man was fatally injured by a forklift in an accident in the parking lot of a Lynnwood business.



Previous Stories


August 19, 2014

August 18, 2014

August 15, 2014

August 14, 2014

   Special Publications


--