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Boeing Is Said to Offer Stock in Deal for Spirit AeroSystems
Author: Niraj Chokshi and Lauren Hirsch
The plane maker is expected to soon strike a deal to acquire most of the operations of Spirit, a troubled supplier that makes the bodies of the 737 Max.
Miriam Adelson, the Pro-Israel Donor With a $100 Million Plan to Elect Trump
Author: Theodore Schleifer
Miriam Adelson long operated in the shadow of her powerful husband, Sheldon Adelson. Now, after his death, she is playing in politics as a solo practitioner for the first time.
How Trump and Biden Might Attack Each Other at the CNN Debate
Author: Nicholas Nehamas and Michael Gold
Immigration, the economy, democracy and abortion rights: Here are the main ways each candidate is likely to slam the other at Thursday’s high-stakes confrontation.

Seattle Times Politics

WA lands commissioner wary of federal plan to kill thousands of owls
Author: Bill Lucia

Washington's public lands commissioner expressed concern about a federal proposal to kill barred owls to help the threatened northern spotted owl.

The Stand (Washington Labor News)

Healthcare not Warfare
Author: Sarah Tucker

Coalition conversations on healthcare reform in Everett, Spokane EVERETT (June 25, 2024) — Recent analysis shows Americans carry more that $220 billion in medical debt, impacting nearly 1 in 12 US adults and their families. About 6.5% of Washingtonians carry medical debt, higher than our counterparts in Oregon and California. At the same time, unions […]

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Seattle, 1934: The Strike of the Longshoremen
Author: Sarah Tucker

By CAL WINSLOW (June 25, 2024) Excerpted. Read the full piece. On the morning of May 9, 1934, a rejuvenated International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) struck shippers in the West Coast Ports, shutting down them all from Bellingham, WA to San Diego. Seattle’s dockers, some 1500, walked off their jobs that morning, to face an array […]

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Portland Business News

Modern Hydrogen takes it slow — for now
Author: Rick Morgan
After moving in March, hydrogen heating company Modern Hydrogen wants to perfect its manufacturing process before hitting mass production.
Nike's John Donahoe under pressure ahead of key Q4 2024 earnings report
Author: Demi Lawrence
Nike reports Q4 2024 earnings June 27, marking a critical moment in the tenure of CEO John Donahoe, under whom some critics say performance and workplace culture have eroded.
Restaurant Roundup: From Pied Cow to Fox Trot; restaurants with top wine lists
Author: Malia Spencer
Coffee house and dessert spot Pied Cow, which occupied a 130-year-old Victorian home on S.E. Belmont Street, closed in fall 2023. Now, there are plans for something new in the stately building.
Napa wine CEO on giving a historic Oregon vineyard its due
Author: Pete Danko
The Duncan family is taking Prince Hill, the vineyard they purchased from Dick Erath, out the shadows.

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