Subscribe / Renew
|Heights at Bear Creek complex sold for $79M|
|On the Block: Mercer Island single-family homebuilder launches multifamily division: SeaLevel|
|AGC Education Foundation tailors leadership program to project managers, future bosses|
|Going green can boost your home's value but first figure out which upgrades pay off|
|86 Everett units sell for $14.1M|
|BAGGAGE OPTIMIZATION PROJECT – PHASE 1|
Osborne Construction Company
|GREEN HILL SCHOOL – BIRCH COTTAGE RENOVATION|
Kassel & Associates
|SEATTLE ART MUSEUM - SEATTLE ASIAN ART MUSEUM BP# 21 00 00|
|TARGET T-0915 SPOKANE VALLEY|
Skanska USA Building Inc.
|SEATAC INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT BAGGAGE OPTIMIZATION PROJECT PHASE 1|
PCL Construction Services, Inc.
February 27, 2013
NEW YORK — Calling the shots isn't always all it's cracked up to be. But for people above 50, it's become a more popular choice.
Tony Uzzi knows all about that. After 30 years in traditional jobs, at age 52, he accepted a buyout from a pharmaceutical company and went into business for himself. Now, instead of having a fairly predictable schedule as a pharmaceutical salesman, work can interrupt just about anything — even dinners out.
. . .