Tense days for owners without legal status
By GISELA SALOMON and CLAUDIA TORRENS
Many are selling their businesses, transferring them to relatives or closing altogether to avoid a total loss if they are abruptly deported.
Tech companies move to banish extremists
By BARBARA ORTUTAY
Major companies such as Google, Facebook and PayPal are banishing extremist groups and individuals for violating service terms.
SeaTac says new road opens up new development opportunities
By JOURNAL STAFF
The $14 million road completes a new arterial corridor between South 188th Street in SeaTac and South 216th Street in Des Moines.
Walmart's online sales soar as it seeks to catch Amazon
Walmart paid more than $3 billion for Jet.com last year, and since then picked up smaller players including ModCloth and Moosejaw.
Prologis Park SeaTac sold for $6M
Prologis acquired the property through one of its AMB investments funds in 2002 for $2.9 million.
Airlines make it harder to earn free flights
By DAVID KOENIG
Use ‘em while you've got ‘em. The value of your miles won't go up.
Apple farmers may see higher returns
Europe’s apple crop suffered a 21 percent decline because of frost damage and weather, Mexico is experiencing a 30 percent drop in its apple production, and Canada’s is down by 5 percent.
Markets see big loss
About 95 percent of the companies in the S&P 500 finished with losses.
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