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Alibaba won — and lost — a friend in D.C.

By ERIKA KINETZ and DESMOND BUTLER

As personal and financial ties between Alibaba and an anti-counterfeiting coalition deepened, the group's public comments shifted from criticism to praise, even as others took a harder line.



5 things to know about Alibaba

By ERIKA KINETZ

Alibaba is the world's biggest e-commerce platform.


Why Sound Transit is re-advertising the $170M Northgate Station contract

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

Just over a year ago, Mortenson Construction was selected to provide preconstruction services for Northgate Station project N160, a prelude to the GC/CM contract for which Mortenson could have self-performed up to 70 percent of the work.


Worst air pollution found in Fairbanks

Data show air pollution in the Fairbanks North Star Borough remains at the highest levels in the nation and has failed to show significant air quality improvement.


Lawyers tap into a growing market: 4,200 U.S. breweries

By JEFF KAROUB

The Craft Beverage Lawyers Guild represents mainly small, independent breweries, but also wineries and distilleries.


Chinese firm drops bid for Terex cranes

Chinese heavy equipment maker Zoomlion said Friday it's abandoning its takeover bid for U.S. crane maker Terex because it failed to reach a deal after months of talks.


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