Eastside women mean business

A new networking organization on the Eastside proves once again that women mean business.

Seattle Boat Company wins national award

Alan Bohling bought his first boat when he was 15 with money he saved from odd jobs. Growing up on Camano Island, he dreamt of ski boats and luxury yachts.

Times are tough — even for pawn shops

Times are tough these days, which leaves more people turning toward pawn shops for much-needed cash and bargain deals.

  • Dec 16, 2008

Bellevue’s MulvannyG2 to design private jet terminal

Galvin Flying Services has chosen Bellevue’s MulvannyG2 Architecture to design a $40 million private business jet terminal at Boeing Field. The project known as Quad 7 is a 9-acre development which includes an executive terminal and seven hangars housing up to 25 private corporate jets for Seattle companies.

  • Dec 13, 2008

Drippy candles spark idea for women’s business

“If you have a surface, we have a solution,” said Myra Rothenberg and Tami Rudnick Rabin.

  • Dec 13, 2008

Microsoft’s growth proves boom for downtown Bellevue

Microsoft’s Redmond campus is overflowing with personnel, giving downtown Bellevue a windfall tenant during hard economic times.

  • Dec 13, 2008

County Executive Ron Sims to keynote Bellevue Chamber lunch

King County Executive Ron Sims will keynote the Bellevue Chamber Business Lunch on Wednesday, December 17.Sims will give an update on opportunities and challenges facing… Continue reading

  • Dec 11, 2008

T-Mobile to expand its corporate headquarters in Bellevue

T-Mobile will add a 165,320-square-foot building on its site with the project due for completion by second half of 2010.

  • Dec 6, 2008

Movers & Shakers

Thomas Boshaw has joined MulvannyG2 Architecture’s international group as Principal in the Bellevue office.

  • Dec 5, 2008

Windermere donates $162,000

Sales associates and staff with the 16 Windermere Real Estate Eastside Group offices teamed up with the Windermere Foundation this year to donate $162,000 to 13 local area qualifying non-profit organizations.

  • Dec 5, 2008

Coinstar adds new feature with

Bellevue-based Coinstar has teamed up with to add a new feature to its self-service change counting and money transfer machines. The big green coin-counting machines now offer an eCertificate option available at approximately 10,000 Coinstar Centers across the U.S.

T-Mobile to expand its corporate headquarters in Bellevue

T-Mobile will add a 165,320-square-foot building on its site with the project due for completion by second half of 2010.

  • Dec 4, 2008

Breakfast for Champions: Sustainable business practices workshop on Thursday

A guest panel of sustainability experts will discuss "Integrating Sustainability into Your Business Planning" at a workshop Dec. 4.The Breakfast for Champions Workshop is sponsored… Continue reading

  • Dec 2, 2008

Movers & Shakers

Lisa Sabin and Wes Falkenborg have joined Windermere Real Estate’s Bellevue Commons office. Lisa Sabin has joined the firm’s Bellevue East office.

  • Dec 2, 2008

Tory Burch boutique coming to The Bravern

The classic styles of celebrated clothing designer Tory Burch will arrive next September in Bellevue at The Bravern. As the first Tory Burch boutique in the Northwest, the new shop will offer an exclusive collection of ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes and jewelry in the signature styles of the classic and modern label. The boutique will encompass 1,400 square feet of space at The Shops at The Bravern, an outside shopping villa located on the corner of the I-405 interchange and Northeast Eighth Street.

Holbrook: Healing the bumps and bruises of life

Whether it is a case of turf burn from football practice or a bug bite from playing outdoors, 9-year-old Nate knows what is coming when he greets his mom at the front door with his battle scars. He rolls his eyes but smiles as his mom, Shelly Holbrook, goes directly for the On-the-Go Remedy Stick.

Businesses pitch in to outfit van for agency

Eastside Domestic Violence Program had a problem.

  • Nov 28, 2008

Bellevue firm Papugai wins Microsoft contest

A down economy finds victims in every area of daily life – and small businesses are often the most wounded. To help smaller companies keep their spirits as well as their bottom lines up, Microsoft recently held a contest aptly titled “Bump the Slump.”

  • Nov 25, 2008

Movers & Shakers

GA Creative has been honored twice this fall for its work on a multi-media campaign for long-time client Franciscan Health System’s urgent care clinic in Gig Harbor. In the HealthLeaders Media Marketing Awards Best Service Line category, the campaign won the highest honor, a Platinum Award. The same campaign was named Finalist in the International Summit Marketing Effectiveness Awards.

  • Nov 24, 2008

Bellevue Business: Movers & Shakers | Nov. 19

Jerry W. Schwartz has been appointed to the Board of Governors at City University of Seattle. He is director of Microsoft’s Office of International Affairs in Redmond.

  • Nov 18, 2008