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Designer lighting exhibition opens on First Avenue

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

A new designer lighting exhibition opened at the Vetri Gallery at 1404 First Ave. on Feb. 2.


Weinstein puts polish to Baker Linen addition

By BRIAN MILLER

Plans have been brewing for two-plus years for a renovation and addition to the Baker Linen Building, at 1101 E. Pike St. on Capitol Hill's.



$9M from HUD for housing projects

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Department of Commerce has been awarded a $9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that will provide new housing for people experiencing homelessness in Island, Klickitat, Mason, Skamania, Thurston, Whatcom and Yakima counties.


Microsoft bakes ChatGPT-like tech into search engine Bing

By MATT O'BRIEN

Microsoft is fusing ChatGPT-like technology into its search engine Bing, transforming an internet service that now trails far behind Google into a new way of communicating with artificial intelligence.


Judge won't block Nevada lithium mine

By SCOTT SONNER

A federal judge has ordered the government to revisit part of its environmental review of a lithium mine planned in Nevada but denied opponents' effort to block the project in a ruling the developer says clears the way for construction at the largest known U.S. lithium deposit.


Boeing to cut 2,000 finance, HR jobs

Boeing says it plans to cut about 2,000 jobs from the aerospace company's finance and human resources departments in 2023.


Strong jobs may mean rate hikes

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday that if the U.S. job market further strengthens in the coming months or inflation readings accelerate, the Fed might have to raise its benchmark interest rate higher than it now projects.


Energy giant BP sees profits double

The London-based company said Tuesday that underlying replacement cost profit jumped to $27.7 billion in 2022 from $12.8 billion a year earlier.


Disney may lose control of kingdom

Disney's government in Florida has been the envy of any private business, with its unprecedented powers in deciding what to build and how to build it at Walt Disney World.


Wall Street rallies after Fed chair's comments

By STAN CHOE

Wall Street rallied Tuesday after the Federal Reserve signaled last week's stunningly strong jobs report won't by itself change where interest rates are heading, as some investors had feared.


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