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Enjoy 4th of July holiday

Happy 4th of July. Daily Biz Briefs will return on Wednesday, July 5th.

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Some chambers OK family leave law

Local business representatives are expressing approval of a new state law mandating paid family leave for most employees in Washington.

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Legislators ‘celebrate’ budget resolutions

Apparently proving the doubters wrong, state legislators are today putting final passage to a new Washington two-year budget, that adds significant new spending to 'basic education,' while bringing modest new tax revenues.

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Former CFO sentenced to prison

A CFO in a healthcare plan heads for federal prison, following his sentencing today in an embezzlement scheme that cost his employer more than $631,000.

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South Sound aero reps hail Paris results

Company representatives from South Sound aerospace suppliers were effusive about a successful trade show, as they prepared to leave Paris and return home today.

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Boeing soars at Paris show

Western Washington's aerospace industry collected the most orders at this week's Pair Air Show, with Boeing counting 571 jetliners sold. Many of those will have South Sound components.

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Faster connect, no extra cost

Connecting to internet will be faster for many Comcast customers, at no additional monthly expense.

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State employees will rally tomorrow

State government agency employees will be making public displays of their positions on the possible budget impasse at several demonstrations tomorrow.

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Commercial construction backlog growing

No slow-down yet in a booming construction industry, according to first quarter reports from a national builders group.

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Report: IAM pulls out of S.C.

The largest Boeing Commercial Airplane operations outside of Puget Sound will remain a non-union workforce, after labor organizers pulled out of their office in North Charleston.

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