Alaska Airlines starts painting its first Airbus A321 jet with a special theme

Alaska Airlines starts painting its first Airbus A321 jet with a special theme

The first new passenger jet made by Airbus featuring the tail livery of SeaTac-based Alaska Airlines has been spotted exiting a factory in Germany. The A321neo (new engine option) will be the largest aircraft in Alaska Air’s fleet when it enters service. It has a maximum capacity of 240 seats. Alaska Air Group has long touted its fleet of Washington-made Boeing 737s. Its regional affiliates fly regional jets made in Brazil by Embraer and Q400 turboprop planes made in Canada by Bombardier. Alaska…

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With NW Natural moving out, Old Town office tower sells to a locally led team

With NW Natural moving out, Old Town office tower sells to a locally led team

The deal comes nearly a year after the landlord pushed for the utility to stay put.

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With NW Natural moving out, Old Town office tower sells to a locally led team

Avaya resurfaces on Wall Street following bankruptcy and reorganization

Avaya resurfaces on Wall Street following bankruptcy and reorganization

For the first time in more than a decade, shares of Santa Clara-based Avaya Holdings Corp. are trading on Wall Street. The company resumed traded publicly on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday after spending years in debt and working through a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. Last August, the company filed a plan to reduce its debt by $3 billion by rearranging its employee pension program and giving creditors a combination of cash and equity. It had planned to emerge from bankruptcy…

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Jeff Bezos, Paul Allen, others pour more money into Pioneer Square Labs

Jeff Bezos, Paul Allen, others pour more money into Pioneer Square Labs

The funding is separate from PSL’s recent $40.8 million funding round for its new venture capital arm.

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SolarWorld lauds Trump as trade case decision looms

SolarWorld lauds Trump as trade case decision looms

The unpredictability quotient is high, of course, but SolarWorld Americas Inc.’s leadership was feeling good Thursday about where President Donald Trump might be headed on the company’s bid for sweeping new trade protections. The president has until Jan. 26 to make a decision in the closely watched solar case, and in an interview with Reuters on Wednesday he suggested he feels SolarWorld’s pain. “You know, they dump ’em,” Trump said, apparently referring to Asia-based solar panel manufacturers.…

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