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At Mack Truck factory, Biden woos working class with new ‘buy American' efforts

By JOSH BOAK

The administration is proposing that any products bought by the government must have 60% of the value of their component parts manufactured in the U.S.

Google delays return to office, mandates vaccines

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE

The company is now aiming to have most of its workforce back on Oct. 18 instead of Sept. 1.


5 Ballard units sell for over $2M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small residential building at 2640 N.W. 56th St. sold for just over $2.1 million, according to King County records.


Airport hotel sells for $9M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A Quality Inn at 2900 S. 192nd St. in SeaTac sold for almost $8.9 million, according to King County records.


US moves to fix cybersecurity

The Biden administration is eyeing ways to harden cybersecurity defenses for critical infrastructure, announcing Wednesday the development of performance goals and a voluntary public-private partnership to protect core sectors.


Boeing has a profitable quarter

Boeing reported its first quarterly profit since 2019 and revenue topped expectations, as the giant aircraft maker tries to dig out from the most difficult stretch in its history.


Boston Properties to buy Safeco Plaza for $465M

By BRIAN MILLER

Boston Properties has announced a pending deal worth about $465 million to buy the iconic 50-story tower, which occupies a full downtown block. It has about 815,653 square feet of offices.


Inslee says vaccinated Washingtonians should wear masks indoors in risky areas

By RACHEL LA CORTE

Washington state will follow federal guidance and recommend that those who are vaccinated wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas where there is “substantial or high” rates of COVID-19, Gov. Jay Inslee said Wednesday.


SRM pays $18M for 3rd Bellevue apartment site

By BRIAN MILLER

King County recently recorded the sale of The Polynesia, at 10113 N.E. 12th St. and related addresses, a little north of downtown.



Senate ready to move on $1T infrastructure deal

By LISA MASCARO, KEVIN FREKING and ALAN FRAM

President Joe Biden and a bipartisan group of senators reached agreement Wednesday on a $1 trillion national infrastructure package, and the Senate appeared ready to begin consideration of the key part of the administration's agenda. An evening test vote was possible.


Granite gets $28M Redmond ramp job

By JOURNAL STAFF

Granite Construction announced it has been awarded a $28 million contract to construct the 148th Avenue Northeast interchange access ramp in downtown Redmond by the Washington State Department of Transportation.


Governments, businesses race to reimpose mask mandates

By PHILIP MARCELO

Governments and businesses are scrambling to change course following new federal guidance calling for the return of mask wearing in virus hot spots amid a dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations nationwide.


Small-cap stocks outpace large-caps

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA

Stock indexes capped a wobbly day of trading on Wall Street with mixed results Wednesday after the Federal Reserve said it was seeing improvement in the economy, but not enough to start dialing down its support measures.


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