The tiny-house movement may well prove to be no more than a niche approach with minimal impact on affordability. But maybe an accumulation of small niche techniques will provide some options that are both affordable and attractive.
Import volumes at the ports of Tacoma and Seattle are up, probably helped by shippers trying to keep ahead of new tariffs, but the challenge of getting cargo to and from vessels could eventually put them at a competitive disadvantage.
State politicians, economic-development officials and business leaders are putting a lot of emphasis and tax money on higher-ed infrastructure as vital to the prospects for Washington’s economic health and for those wanting good-paying jobs.
So far only 19,000 veterans have applied from pool of 71,000 known to be eligible for at least a disability rating review from the Physical Disability Board of Review despite widespread complaints about low ratings.
Everyone’s in the delivery business, either on their own or through partnerships. But will consumers be as enamored with instant delivery as business believes when confronted with the bill for next-hour or same-day service?
A team tasked with reviewing military community services — base stores, recreation services, family support services and base schools — has drafted a memorandum that would order extensive streamlining.
Creating its own bank to controlling a piece of the payment system is as integral to Amazon’s core business of retailing as delivery, another business line in which Amazon is building its own operation.