Economic segregation makes it hard for the poor to move up the ladder. That’s just not healthy in a democracy. We have to do something.
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Chasing Amazon’s HQ2: How it looks from Seattle and from Atlanta. Watch the discussion with Jon Talton.
As more than 150 announced communities offer pitches to be Amazon HQ2, Seattle Times economics columnist Jon Talton discusses living with the tech giant and...
It's a good thing Nordstrom avoided a debt-burdened move to go private. But that doesn't end its challenges in a battered retail sector.
The Washington State Convention Center has agreed to provide more than $80 million in public benefits – including affordable housing, cycling and pedestrian improvements and...