Belltown resident Michael Komarnitsky founds gomiles.com, a dashboard that tracks your miles, corrals deals, and helps you decide whether and when to redeem your points.
BrickArms creator Will Chapman outfits Legos for World War Wee.
Fifteen smart ways to manage your money now per three local financial advisors: Ken Smith, Therese Govern, and Dennis Daugs.
Boeing will soon demolish Plant 2, where it built the B-17 Flying Fortress bombers and the first of the B-29 Super Fortresses, and partially restore its polluted site to wildland.
What Bill Gates’s and Warren Buffet’s challenge to other American billionaires—give away half of all your money!—could mean in the fight against global poverty.
How The Seattle Times broke the story of a lifetime, investigated a killer, and rescued itself from irrelevancy.
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At some point, everyone needs a good lawyer in their corner, and our list of top-rated attorneys is the best place to start. Here, 1,933 top lawyers in 54 areas of practice in the Seattle area.
Rogue limo drivers poach fares and menace passengers, while those who play by the rules lose out.
University of Washington Internet security guru Dave Dittrich cop cries foul on Symantec’s ranking of Seattle as the “Riskiest Online City.”
Darnell Sue, who started Girl Power Hour, thinks networking should be a blast. But ladies only.
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Seattle builders try to distance themselves from their parent organization’s heavy-handed ways.
The Seattle Humane Society has offered to take over King County’s animal control responsibilities. For pets—and pet lovers—the move couldn’t have come soon enough.
Don’t cry over the Dreamliner, says business guru Mark Anderson.
Nissan’s first all-electric car gets a test drive in the Emerald City.
Being home to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, PATH, and the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, global health is a big industry in Seattle—which means it may be in danger of forgetting the billions of people it set out to help.
The Seattle City Council banned fireworks sales in the ’90s, but at the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation’s fireworks emporium, open from late May till early July, the fireworks bans don’t apply.
Mark Callaghan, owner of green cleaners Blue Sky, is making dry cleaning an earth-friendly business by using nontoxic soap and chemicals, liquid CO2, and biodegradable bags.
Every year the Seattle 2.0 Awards honors tech-industry mavericks. Here, some suggested additions for who else should win top honors.
Luke Timmerman and Gregory T. Huang’s innovative site Xconomy.com reinvents tech-biz journalism by covering the business of innovation.
Desperate recession-time marketing from Seattle-ish businesses.