There’s an old saying, “There’s more than one way to catch a cat.” It means, if you don’t succeed one way, try again using a different strategy.
Dozens of complaints are rolling into Better Business Bureau and the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries from consumers who are upset about poor-quality paving work. Property owners say that crews show up and offer incredible paving deals but leave driveways and walkways in worse conditions.
Western Washington University’s Everett-based Weekend MBA program will host two upcoming information sessions at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug.29 and Thursday, Sept. 26 in Gray Wolf Hall at the University Center of North Puget Sound on the campus of Everett Community College.
The Department of Labor & Industries has finalized new agreements with health-care organizations to provide Centers of Occupational Health and Education (COHEs). COHEs are organizations that improve medical treatment for Washington’s injured workers.
The statewide taxable retail sales for the first quarter of 2013 (January 1 – March 31) were up 8.0 percent to $26 billion as compared to the same time period a year ago, according to a report released today by the Washington State Department of Revenue.
School may be out for the summer, but it isn’t just students who don’t have any class; the warm summer months are typically when traveling scammers move into neighborhoods and try to catch unsuspecting consumers off-guard.
The newspaper Politico reports that dozens of members of Congress and their staffers are so worried about rising premium costs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that they may quit or retire before the law fully goes into effect Jan. 1.
Seattle-area entrepreneurs will get tips on how to use technology to stay competitive, useful international trade strategies, and best practices from successful local business leaders on June 17 at the U.S. Small Business Administration’s National Small Business Week event.
As lawmakers scramble to fund the state budget, some legislators and interest groups are targeting tax incentives designed to attract businesses and create jobs. Meanwhile, much-needed workers’ compensation reforms languish in the Legislature.
This Memorial Day, Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington reminds the military community that smart financial decisions begin with education. BBB’s statistics show that military members and their families are filing complaints against Western Washington “Travel Agencies” and “Collection Agencies” more than other industries.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the W20 Group, an entrepreneurial ecosystem of digital communications companies, will present Blogging 101, the second topic in the five-topic social media webinar series that will run through June.