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Industrial explosion in Pacific kills one

Some sort of explosion before noon today took the life of a male worker at a small South King County industrial business.

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Tacoma becoming attractive to investors

Ever more new and expensive office construction in downtown Seattle and its suburbs has some real estate investors looking to surrounding markets for opportunity.

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Is your workplace stressed?

Employers are beginning to view yoga and meditation as means to help their workforce be less stressed and more productive, even more so when those methods can be brought directly to the workplace.

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14 Finalists for Financial Execs awards

Financial leaders of 14 private companies, non-profit organizations and government units are being judged for 2017 South Sound Financial Executives of the Year.

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Inflation rates higher here

Consumers' costs of living are rising faster in western Washington than elsewhere in the country, according to a new report from federal statisticians.

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From SSBiz: Waiting on 'Affordable Care'

Arguments being made in the halls of Congress over partisan plans to replace the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) have real impacts on employers, families and health care providers here in the South Sound.

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ST tops goals for diversity work

Women and workers of color are making strides on construction crews for regional transit projects, according to a report today.

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From MSFT to Goodwill

The South Sound's regional Goodwill non-profit has found its new leader, succeeding Terry Hayes, who retired last December. She is Lori Forte Harnick, currently a top manager governing the charitable giving programs at Microsoft Corp. in Redmond.

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‘Economy not as bad as pols say’

A major bank's economist says the large run-up in stock markets since last November's election could lead consumers to spend more in 2017, enough to raise the national GDP rate by 1 percent. His views on Tacoma were central to a breakfast session today.

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BECU employees work for neighborhoods

Largest credit union in the state shares its record of charitable giving and membership growth for 2016.

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