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Amazon opening Spokane fulfillment center

Seattle-based Amazon.com is opening a fulfillment center in Spokane, promising more than 1,500 full-time jobs.



Warning signs flash for this bull market

By STAN CHOE

The big threat now is the potential for a punishing trade war, but there's more.


Senate panel OKs Trump choice to head the IRS

The Senate Finance Committee narrowly approved on a party-line vote President Donald Trump's choice to become the new head of the IRS, with the panel's Democrats protesting the nomination because of a new IRS policy allowing some groups to hide their donors' identities.


TIAA sells office park for $153M

By BRIAN MILLER

Millennium Corporate Park, at 18200-18700 N.E. Union Hill Rd. in Redmond, has sold for almost $153.5 million, according to King County records.


Skanska pays $33M for Bellevue site; high-rise offices planned

By BRIAN MILLER

Skanska USA has paid $33 million for strip mall properties at 10630-10660 N.E. Eighth St. in downtown Bellevue.


Lake City pool hall sells for $3.4M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Golden Fleece Billiards building, at 13741 Lake City Way N.E., has sold for $3.4 million, according to King County records.


NASA pollution study may take years

NASA officials say they are in the beginning stages of studying the extent of contamination from dangerous industrial chemicals that penetrated the drinking water of Chincoteague, an island town near the agency's Wallops Flight Facility.


33 West Seattle units sell for $7M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Olympic Manor Apartments, at 3504 S.W. Webster St., have sold for almost $7.4 million, according to King County records.


City Council wants more bike lanes

A majority of the Seattle City Council wants a full network of protected bike lanes through downtown by the end of next year.


BLM eyeing sites for western HQ

The Trump administration says it may pick a new Western headquarters for the nation's largest land management agency in the next six to eight months.


On-demand paint services in Seattle

By JOURNAL STAFF

Paintzen launched its on-demand painting service in Seattle, Pittsburgh and Houston.


3 ex-officials: Don't forget lessons from financial crisis

By MARTIN CRUTSINGER

Three officials who played vital roles in combating the 2008 financial crisis say they worry that the painful lessons from the banking system's near-collapse a decade ago may be forgotten.



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