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Relief for ferry riders comes as Marion Street exit reopens

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington State Ferries is expected to reopen the Marion Street vehicle and bicycle exit today at Colman Dock.

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Daly sells 130-unit Muir for over $54M

By BRIAN MILLER

Kidder Mathews announced Wednesday that it’s sold the fairly new 130-unit Muir apartments, at 718 Rainier Ave. S., for $54.5 million.

State could own or occupy old Weyerhaeuser HQ, though warehouse plan survives

By BRIAN MILLER

No money has changed hands, but Industrial Realty Group might be able to unload at least part of its problematic and largely vacant 400-acre former Weyerhaeuser campus in Federal Way to our state government.

More about $25M Marysville deal

By JOURNAL STAFF

As the DJC reported earlier this month, Marysville Town Center sold to Portal Investment Management of Southern California for $25.3 million.


Legacy promotes Nicholson

By JOURNAL STAFF

There are two Nicholsons at Legacy Partners: father Kerry and son Parker. The latter has been with the multifamily developer for nine years. This week he was promoted to senior managing director for our region.


2 plead guilty in scheme to manipulate Amazon Marketplace

Two more defendants have pleaded guilty for their role in a multimillion-dollar scheme to manipulate the Amazon Marketplace e-commerce platform.


Court: Some rail rate talks allowed in price-fixing suits

By JOSH FUNK

A federal appeals court has ruled that details of some of the conversations between the nation's four largest railroads about their rates can now be included in lawsuits challenging billions of dollars they charged their customers, but the mixed ruling will also exclude some documents.


Agency probes Tesla crash that killed 3

The U.S. government’s road safety agency has dispatched a team to investigate the possibility that a Tesla involved in a California crash that killed three people was operating on a partially automated driving system.


Consumers shift again, flummoxing retailers

The pandemic vastly changed the way Americans spend money and now as they return to pre-pandemic behavior, they’re tripping up retailers again.


Stocks fall sharply as Target's woes renew inflation fears

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA

The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than 1,100 points and the S&P 500 had its biggest drop in nearly two years Wednesday, as big earnings misses by Target and other major retailers stoked investors' fears that surging inflation could cut deeply into corporate profits.


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