As layoffs hit the Seattle-area tech sector, The Seattle Times wants to hear from readers affected by the cooling tech job market.
Remote work and economic uncertainties have cooled the office market, even in former hotspots like Bellevue. Some experts think a bigger reset may be coming.
Mill Creek resident Ian Morgan says a nonsolicit agreement by his employer and another company kept him from taking a much better-paying job.
Nike's departure sounds an ominous note for Seattle's downtown, which hasn't been seemed able to find its stride since the pandemic.
Amazon will move about 2,000 workers out its office on 8th Avenue when the lease expires. The decision is not related to layoffs, a spokesperson...
Microsoft took a PR hit when it hosted rock star Sting at Davos the night before Wednesday's announcement of 10,000 layoffs.
Microsoft didn't specify which sites would see job cuts, but the layoffs will involve employees based in Redmond, Bellevue and Issaquah, according to ESD.
Washington's highest court swept aside a last legal obstacle to a $4 billion dividend by Albertsons to its shareholders ahead of a proposed merger with...
In the latest sign of change in tech — and softening of the office market here — Facebook and Microsoft are vacating buildings in Seattle...
Having fallen badly behind during the pandemic, Washington's unemployment benefits system stands on shaky ground as unemployment is poised to rise.