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Health overhaul's impact on consumers

By TOM MURPHY

Only one thing is certain for insurance shoppers if the latest attempt to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law succeeds: Uncertainty.



Lowe's steps into augmented reality

Lowe's will launch an app early next month that makes it easier to envision what a piece of furniture will look like in your home or office using augmented reality.


Capitol Hill retail site sold for $6M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Five months after going on the market, a retail property at 206 Broadway Ave. E. has sold for $6.35 million, according to King County records. The seller was Ebright Trust, a family entity that acquired the property in 2005 for $1.2 million.


8-unit Capitol Hill complex is sold

By JOURNAL STAFF

An eight-unit apartment complex at 1300 E. Mercer St. on Capitol Hill sold for $4.5 million, according to King County records. The seller was an LLC related to the Swegel family, which has owned the property for over three decades.

Seattle vying for Main Street grant

A preservation group is inviting the public to vote on projects to improve Main Streets around the U.S.


Calif. coffee could carry cancer warning

Coffee could carry an ominous cancer warning in California if a nonprofit group prevails in a Los Angeles courtroom.


Deloitte: cyberattack affected ‘very few'

Accounting firm Deloitte says it has launched a thorough investigation into a cyberattack that hit its email system.


Bass Pro completes $4B acquisition of Cabela's

By JOSH FUNK

Bass Pro Shops' roughly $4 billion acquisition of rival outdoor retailer Cabela's is complete, but the small western Nebraska town that has been home to Cabela's is still wondering about its future.


Vulcan completes 5th & Lenora site by acquiring $4.6M parcel

By BRIAN MILLER

Vulcan is planning a 44-story residential tower with 458 units.


Note to Texas and Florida: Fights over Sandy still rage

The destructive floodwaters of Superstorm Sandy receded quickly, but some storm victims are still neck-deep in a battle over insurance payouts. And many victims of this year's storms in Texas, Florida and elsewhere should brace themselves for a similar fight, lawyers involved in Sandy insurance battles say.


GOP eyes deep cuts to corporate tax rate

By MARCY GORDON and KEN THOMAS

The White House and congressional Republicans are finalizing a tax plan that would slash the corporate rate while likely reducing the penalty for the wealthiest Americans, with President Donald Trump ready to roll out the policy proposal at midweek.


Nadella: Make Microsoft mighty and mindful

By MATT O'BRIEN

Satya Nadella's new book positions him as the embodiment of Microsoft's transformation into a forward-thinking outfit focused on AI, cloud software, virtual worlds and quantum computing.



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