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Happy New Year – 2018

Monday welcomes a new year to the world, as Americans everywhere take a holiday to contemplate what lies ahead. This daily e-newsletter of local business headlines will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 2nd.

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WA leads the rest in Personal Income gains

Vesting stock options for Washington-based information technology employees helped the state lead the nation in third-quarter gains in Personal Income, according to a new federal analysis.

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Transit work progressing

Transit work progressing

Wanting to be proactive in informing taxpayers about their Sound Transit investments, the agency today released a year-end construction update.

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Housing demand seasonally softer

Somewhat tired from too few homes being offered, prospective home buyers took somewhat of a break last month, perhaps focusing on family holiday activities and other seasonal distractions.

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‘Amazing’ selling season meant long hours

Amazon workers in three South Sound fulfillment centers joined with seven others across the U.S. to set new records for Christmas shopping success this month.

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‘Green light’ for light rail to Tacoma

In action taken by the regional mass transit agency, the go-ahead was given to extend light rail train service from the Sea-Tac area to Federal Way and, eventually, Tacoma Dome station. It will be a long journey.

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Puget Sound tops in West for Q3 exports

With a robust demand for new airliners, western Washington tops all other West Coast markets for dollar value of exports measured in the third-quarter.

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State AG slaps Comcast, again

Investigation stemming from a 2016 lawsuit is now leading the state to increase its claims against the nation's cable TV provider for alleged violations of Washington state's Consumer Protection Act.

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AG goes after retailer that isn’t ‘charity’

Thrift stores in the retail marketplace often seem to be related to non-profit organizations, even when they aren't. State lawyers believe that confusion is intentional for at least one chain.

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Record sign-ups for state health program

More Washingtonians than ever signed up for the government administered health plan marketplace through its first deadline on Friday, Dec. 15.

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