Mary Bacarella is the new executive director of the Pike Place Market PDA, a 105-employees operation that drew 15 million visitors last year and had $19.1 million in revenue. Seattle Biz Journal PSBJ Interview: Pike…

Office moves and expansions create opportunities for consultants and contractors across the Puget Sound region, and not just the ones you might expect. Seattle Biz Journal Offices on the Move: The business (and science) of…

Cousins Chris Tonkin and Robby Tonkin see plenty of opportunity to open new restaurant, but for now they’re focused on slower, capital-intensive growth and Taco Time’s culture. Seattle Biz Journal Taco Time Northwest's fourth generation…

Decisive Data has hired Alissa Seiple to replace Luke Hartsock as CEO. Hartsock, who founded the Redmond-based data analytics and visualization company in 2008 and was a Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40 honoree…

The Seattle tax-automation company, which plans to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “AVLR,” expects to issue 8,625,000 shares for between $21 and $23 per share. Seattle Biz Journal Avalara now…

The Seattle Harbor Navigation Improvement Project would make the Port of Seattle the nation’s deepest container port as container ships get more massive. Seattle Biz Journal Army Corps of Engineers signs off on Seattle harbor…

When it comes to fostering LGBTQ-owned companies, few can match the Puget Sound region’s reputation. Seattle Biz Journal LGBTQ businesses increase impact and influence throughout Washington state

The electrical and technologies contractor has snagged some of the most high-profile projects under the leadership of CEO LeeAnn Cochran. Seattle Biz Journal PSBJ Interview: New tech drives growth at CEO LeeAnn Cochran's family business

The 525,000-square-foot future home of Amazon.com Inc. in Boston’s Seaport District and the accompanying Harbor Square Park were approved by the Boston Civic Design Commission Tuesday evening. Amazon in May confirmed that it plans to…

Only 61 percent of employees reportedly surveyed by Microsoft said their pay is competitive with other companies. That could hinder the Redmond tech giant’s efforts to recruit talent in a highly competitive job market. Seattle…