Schnitzer buys land for Denver projects
By JOURNAL STAFF
Schnitzer West LLC says it bought four parcels in Denver's Cherry Creek North business district and will develop an office building on two adjacent sites on Fillmore Street, between East Second and Third avenues.
Thornton Tomasetti opens office here
By LYNN PORTER
International engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti is expanding into the Northwest with an office in Seattle.
Dinner reservation? Pay in advance please
By MICHELE KAYAL
In addition to helping restaurants' bottom line by reducing no-shows and filling empty seats, the apps generate revenue by charging patrons for prime time seats.
Calif. landscapers busy ripping out grass
By AMY TAXIN
Raymond Aleman used a $5,000 cash rebate to get his lawn replaced with drought-tolerant plants — and take a weeklong cruise to Mexico.
Shrinking economy in 1st Q, but don't panic
By MARTIN CRUTSINGER
Some sectors of the economy remain subpar, but the outlook has brightened considerably since winter.
$7.6B transpo bill goes to governor
A bill to keep state transportation projects moving along has passed the state Senate and is heading to the governor's desk.
Seattle U gets two gifts totaling $42M
Seattle University says it has received the two single largest gifts in its history, totaling $42 million.
Google offers free, unlimited storage
Google is willing to store and organize all of the world's digital photos and videos for free.
Stocks fall as Greece debt deadline looms
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