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Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industry

By David Koenig, The Associated Press Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry. And the aircraft maker says more cuts are coming. One of the nation’s biggest manufacturers said Wednesday that it will lay off 6,770 U.S. employees this week, and another 5,520 workers are taking buyout offers to leave voluntarily in the coming weeks. Boeing had said it would cut 10% of a workforce that numbered about 160,000. A Boeing...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Union, Seattle, Donald Trump, Boeing, Transportation Security Administration, Boeing Co, Calhoun, Spirit AeroSystems, DAVID KOENIG, David Calhoun, Associated Press Boeing, Bill Dugovich


Seattle Judge Tosses Suit That Tried to Gag Fox News Commentary

A Seattle judge has dismissed a lawsuit from a little-known advocacy organization that hoped to bar Fox News Channel from transmitting its popular primetime opinion programs to its large cable-news audience. The Washington state group known as the Washington League for Increased Transparency and Ethics, or WASHLITE, filed a suit in Superior Court of Washington […]
Tags: News, Washington, Seattle, Fox News Channel, Trish Regan, WASHLITE, Washington League, Superior Court of Washington


These far-flung US regions could become the next big startup hubs as techies abandon Silicon Valley and embrace remote work

The COVID crisis has forced tech companies to embrace remote work, and many have come to realize their employees can be just as productive working out of the office as in it. Some are now planning to allow much of their workforce to continue work remotely after the crisis passes; companies could save money if employees work in less costly areas of the country than traditional tech hubs. Facebook plans to support employees working far from its Silicon Valley headquarters, setting up regional hu...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Texas, Microsoft, Colorado, Navy, California, Boston, Massachusetts, US, Trends, Startup, Pennsylvania, Comcast


Checking In: Word and Colour for 2020

Almost 5 months in and I’m reflecting back on the word and colour I chose for 2020. To recap, I like the simplicity of having a single word to keep top of mind, and the power and symbolism of a single colour. With a milestone 50th birthday coming up in July, I took extra care in choosing my word and colour for 2020. As it turns out, I’ve found them to be extremely appropriate. Word: EXPERIENCE I chose the word EXPERIENCE for three reasons. First, I wanted to share my experiences over the last ...
Tags: Fashion, Greece, Washington, South Africa, Netherlands, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Greg, Individual Style, Greg Yorkie Sam


Nature’s Fynd’s Latest $80M Financing Is Part of Efforts from 1955 Capital

Andrew Chung’s firm, 1955 Capital, was the primary investor in the Series A financing for Nature’s Fynd. Chung, who’s also the managing partner and founder, also served on Nature’s Fynd’s Board since 2018. This broadens 1955 Capital’s most significant portfolio investment presently. According to Chung, Nature’s Fynd can redefine the food future following the Series B investment. The firm has produced tasty products ranging over various food groups. It has rapidly achieved that as compared to oth...
Tags: Europe, Business, Wall Street, China, Southeast Asia, San Francisco, Investment, Seattle, Bain, Yellowstone National Park, Andrew Chung, Produced Tasty Products, Fynd Chung, Fynd s Board, Chung Nature


Camping for Beginners – What You Need to Know

I’ve been camping now for 30 plus years. Growing up it was all about cottages – but when John and I moved to Colorado, camping and hiking became our focus. We were broke and camping was cheap. All we needed was the initial investment in camping gear and a tank of gas every weekend and we could get ourselves into some fabulous Rocky Mountain scenery.  With high unemployment, under employment, tanking stock portfolios and a nasty virus, this is the year to go camping. In this post you’ll find in...
Tags: Travel, Camping, Colorado, Ted, Canada, Patagonia, Newfoundland, John, Seattle, Yeti, Banff, Jasper National Park, Don, Mec, Coleman, Rocky Mountain


Not The First Pandemic For The NHL

from Kurt Streeter of the New York Times, Nobody made much of it when Joe Hall skated off the ice. On March 29, 1919, his Montreal Canadiens were on the verge of losing Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals to the Seattle Metropolitans. Hall, 37, was one of hockey’s original enforcers, known for applying his wooden stick like a cudgel and delivering knockout blows. The Canadiens, behind by 3-0 heading into the third period, needed his pounding determination. But he went meekly to the b...
Tags: Sport, NHL, Montreal, Seattle, Hall, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Metropolitans, Joe Hall, Kurt Streeter, New York Times Nobody, Seattle Metropolitans Hall


Baby gorilla injured at Seattle Zoo

A baby gorilla was badly injured at a Seattle zoo on Saturday when he was caught in a skirmish between his family group members, zookeepers said.
Tags: News, Seattle, Seattle Zoo


Baby gorilla badly injured in family skirmish at Seattle zoo

A baby gorilla was badly injured at a Seattle zoo on Saturday when he was caught in a skirmish between his family group members, zookeepers said. Animal health experts at the Woodland Park Zoo say little Kitoko was bitten on the head, likely by accident when another gorilla tried to bite his mother, Uzumma. Kitoko sustained a fractured skull and a severe laceration, but zoo officials say the 2-month-old gorilla underwent surgery and may fully recover if he doesn't develop an infection.
Tags: News, Seattle, Woodland Park Zoo, Kitoko, Uzumma Kitoko


Nordstrom Memorial Day Sale

We hope that you’re enjoying Memorial Day weekend if you’re in the US, and that it’s good weather in your neck of the woods. Summer is definitely on the way in Seattle, which makes me happy. If you feel like browsing the Nordstrom sale, here are some items that caught my eye. I’ve seen some of the items in person. Browse the colour options, and read the reviews. I’m very surprised at how fast things have been moving in the sales. CeCe Tie Sleeve Top: A super cute style for Team Red and great on ...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, US, Lafayette, Seattle, AGL, Nike Sportswear Nike, Paul Green, Sales & Promotions, Veronica Beard, Nordstrom Signature, Halogen Long Cardigan, Vionic Robyn Flat, Veronica Beard Fernanda, New York Fiona Long Sleeve Chambray Shirtdress, Maggy London Asymmetrical Neck Dress


This 56-year-old YouTuber grew up in a broken home but now teaches life skills to over a million subscribers everyday

Rob Kennedy has gained more than a million subscribers to his YouTube channel "Dad, How Do I?" since its launch in April.  Kennedy, a 56-year-old salesman living in Seattle, grew up in a broken home and says he wanted to help others learn to do things around the house.  His biggest hits to date include "How to fix most running toilets" and "How to shave your face", which have close to a million views combined.  Kennedy told Business Insider: "I know that I would have appreciated having someone...
Tags: Youtube, Trends, Seattle, Kennedy, Business Insider, Rob Kennedy


Amazon Transforms Seattle Office Into Permanent Homeless Shelter

Amazon has turned one of the buildings in its Seattle headquarters into a permanent homeless shelter. Since 2017, the company had plans to create a homeless shelter for Mary’s Place Family Center on its Seattle campus. From 2016 to 2018, the shelter had operated out of a vacant Amazon building, but now the new location […]
Tags: Amazon, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Coronavirus, Mary s Place Family Center


L.A. County reports 41 new coronavirus deaths; steady decline in hospitalizations continues

As Los Angeles County continued its methodical reopenings, now including beach bike paths and parking lots, neighboring Orange County pulled into the fast-lane on Saturday, May 23, as Gov. Gavin Newsom approved the neighboring county’s request to reopen at an accelerated rate. Amid residents’ recently rediscovered freedoms, L.A. County health officials reported 41 new coronavirus-related deaths and an additional 1,032 newly confirmed cases on Saturday. But there’s a silver lining, officials said...
Tags: Business, News, California, Washington, La, New York City, Disney, Los Angeles, Georgia, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, United States, Nba, Long Beach, Pasadena


Cardinals reportedly have interest in Everson Griffen

Free-agent defensive end Everson Griffen remains in a holding pattern. The 32-year-old has been linked to Seattle but not many other teams has he looks for a new NFL home. The Cardinals reportedly have interest in Griffen, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com. Arizona is trying to boost a defense that needs plenty of help. [more]
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, Arizona, Espn, Seattle, Cardinals, Everson Griffen, Jeremy Fowler, Griffen


How beer helped save this Seattle pizza chain

When Covid-19 struck Washington State and the greater Seattle area locked down to mitigate the spread, Zeeks Pizza saw 60% of its business evaporate.
Tags: News, Stories, Washington State, Seattle, Zeeks Pizza


Hello. Long time lurker, first time forum member from Seattle.

Hello. Long time lurker, first time forum member from Seattle. Submitted by VRini on May 23, 2020 - 12:34am. I'm Victor from Seattle. Still looking for a 100 percent whole grain, naturally leavened recipe for a loaf that I like as much (if not more) as Maurizio Leo's favorite SD recipe which is my go to.For my first topic I'll be posting something about the Proof Bread micro bakery in Arizona over in "Bakeries, Shops and Pizza Joints". Fair warning - I've never been a customer and I...
Tags: Arizona, Baking, Seattle, Victor, Maurizio Leo


Google's a Problem For Everyone Who Sells Something Online, Says Expedia Group CEO

Expedia Group's new CEO isn't mincing words about one of the company's biggest challenges: Google's dual role as a rival in online travel, and a key source of customers through search traffic and paid advertising. From a report: "I think Google's a problem -- it's a problem for everyone who sells something online, and we all have to struggle with that," Peter Kern said during an appearance on CNBC on Friday morning, following his first earnings report as the CEO of the Seattle-based online trave...
Tags: Google, Tech, Seattle, Cnbc, Expedia, Kern, Peter Kern, Expedia Group, Mark Okerstrom


What signing RB Carlos Hyde means for the Seahawks in 2020

Adam Schefter has reported that Carlos Hyde is headed to Seattle. Here's what it means and the fallout of the move.
Tags: News, Sports, Seattle, Seahawks, Adam Schefter, Carlos Hyde


Just Turning Your Phone On Qualifies As Searching It, Court Rules

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: A man from Washington state was arrested in May 2019 and was indicted on several charges related to robbery and assault. The suspect, Joseph Sam, was using an unspecified Motorola smartphone. When he was arrested, he says, one of the officers present hit the power button to bring up the phone's lock screen. The filing does not say that any officer present attempted to unlock the phone or make the suspect do so at the time. In February 2020, ...
Tags: Motorola, Washington, Tech, Ars Technica, Fbi, Seattle, Sam, U S District Court, John Coughenour, Coughenour, Joseph Sam


How beer helped save this Seattle pizza chain

When Covid-19 struck Washington State and the greater Seattle area locked down to mitigate the spread, Zeeks Pizza saw 60% of its business evaporate.
Tags: Cnn, Washington State, Seattle, Zeeks Pizza


How growlers of beer helped save this Seattle pizza chain

When Covid-19 struck Washington State and the greater Seattle area locked down to mitigate the spread, Zeeks Pizza saw 60% of its business evaporate.
Tags: Cnn, Washington State, Seattle, Zeeks Pizza


Unified Highway – “Headlines” (Album Review)

Since covering Unified Highway with their video, “Unique”, featuring Reverie we’ve definitely been looking forward in listening to the new full length project released in April, “Headlines”. Made up of Rebelution vocalist/guitarist Eric Rachmany and renowned producer, DJ, and remixer Amp Live (formerly of Zion I), you get exactly what you expect as they have grown collectively dating back to their debut group project in 2016.  Currently they have over a quarter million listeners on Spotify with...
Tags: Reviews, Jazz, Seattle, Eric, Funky Homosapien, Eric Rachmany, Unified Highway, Denver San Fran Dallas, With Sun Jam Education Motivation


Agency Brief: Creative Humans founder explains how her platform is drumming up work and jobs during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has cost the industry tens of thousands of jobs as businesses, agencies especially, have resorted to furloughs and layoffs to stay afloat. As Ad Age earlier reported, employment in advertising, public relations and related services lost 36,400 jobs in April alone. That's why Darlene Liebman, an ex-Viacom producer, thinks her Creative Humans platform, which she has been quietly building up for about two years, could be a nice assist for creatives looking for work right...
Tags: New York, Minneapolis, Advertising, Digital, Samsung, San Francisco, Austin, Canada, New Zealand, San Diego, Brazil, Warren, Dallas, Miami, Silicon Valley, Bmw


Report: Russell Wilson wants Antonio Brown in Seattle

Although Josh Gordon may be cleared to return before Antonio Brown, it's Brown and not Gordon who has captured the attention of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. According to John Clayton of 710 ESPN in Seattle, Wilson wants Brown to join the team. The Seahawks' receiving corps includes DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Philip Dorsett arrived [more]
Tags: News, Sports, Espn, Seattle, Russell Wilson, Seahawks, Antonio Brown, Josh Gordon, Brown, Gordon, Metcalf, John Clayton, Seattle Wilson, Tyler Lockett Philip Dorsett


Bruins’ Defense and the Seattle Expansion Draft

For the second time in four years, the National Hockey League is preparing for an expansion draft. In 2017, the league went through the process with the Vegas Golden Knights. Now, they will prepare for 2021 when the 32nd NHL team based in Seattle will hold their draft. Related: Boston Bruins’ Coaching History Teams are in the process of making their list of who they will protect and who they will have to expose and risk losing. The Boston Bruins have plenty of young defensemen who could be...
Tags: Boston, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Francis, Seattle, National Hockey League, Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Brad Marchand, Clifton, Sweeney, Ron Francis, Don Sweeney, Zdeno Chara


Amazon has opened a homeless shelter in a high-rise on its Seattle campus — here's what it looks like

Amazon opened Washington state's largest family shelter in March. The shelter occupies eight floors at the company's Seattle headquarters. It's large enough to allow social distancing among homeless guests.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The timing couldn't have been better: Just as Seattle was grappling with a severe coronavirus outbreak that posed a particular threat to its homeless population, Amazon opened the largest family shelter in Washington state. "This new she...
Tags: Amazon, Washington, Trends, Seattle, Mary, Jay Inslee, Hartman, King County, Amazon Spheres, Mary s Place, Marty Hartman, Jenny Durkan, Seattle Adult


Amazon just opened a permanent homeless shelter in its Seattle HQ, offering vulnerable families a place to stay during the pandemic — take a tour (AMZN)

A homeless family shelter opened in Amazon's Seattle headquarters in March, as the coronavirus pandemic ramped up in the US. Mary's Place Family Center has been a safe place for families from other shelters with conditions making them vulnerable to the coronavirus. The shelter has programs for new moms and babies, families with medically fragile babies, the elderly, and others. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon's Seattle headquarters is now home to a new homeless fami...
Tags: Amazon, New York City, US, Trends, Italy, Jeff Bezos, Seattle, Seattle HQ, Amazon VP, Mary s Place, John Schoettler Amazon, US Mary s Place Family Center, Mary s Place Family Center, Marty Hartman Mary


Your Lock Screen is Protected Under The Fourth Amendment, Court Rules

Thanks to a Supreme Court ruling from 2018, most of the evidence that might be hidden on a suspect’s phone is only accessible with some sort of warrant. Now, a Seattle judge is extending these protections even further. Read more...
Tags: Science, Hardware, Supreme Court, Digital Privacy, Law Enforcement, Seattle


Judge Rules FBI Cannot View a Phone Lock Screen Without a Warrant

The FBI broke the law when it powered on a suspect's smartphone to take a photo of his lock screen without a warrant, a U.S. District Court Judge (via Ars Technica). In a Seattle court, Judge John Coughenour determined that gathering evidence from a lock screen constitutes a search, therefore doing so without first obtaining a warrant violates the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable search seizure. Joseph Sam from Washington state was arrested in May 2019 and indicted on several...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Motorola, Mac, Washington, Fbi, Rumors, Seattle, Sam, John Coughenour, Coughenour, U S District Court Judge, Joseph Sam


Former iOS Chief Scott Forstall Shares Intriguing Story of His Interview With Steve Jobs at NeXT

Former Apple executive and iOS chief Scott Forstall made a rare public appearance this week at Code.org's virtual Code Break event, and in between classes, Forstall shared the intriguing story of how he was hired by Steve Jobs. Forstall revealed that he had been considering working at Microsoft when he went to interview at NexT, the company started by Jobs after he had left Apple. Forstall described the NexT interview as "intense," involving seventeen people over the course of the day. However...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Seattle, Bay Area, Pike Place, Scott Forstall, Forstall, Steve Jobs Forstall, Apple Forstall, Steve Jobs Scott Forstall