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Walmart opens AI ‘lab' in NY grocery store to control costs, make shopping more pleasant

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO

Thousands of cameras combined with other technology monitor the store in real time so workers can quickly replenish products or fix problems.

Firm seeks to build e-cars in Spokane

A California company that plans to produce an electric sports car is planning to occupy a large facility west of Spokane.


Saratoga Capital plans 150-unit Belltown tower

By BRIAN MILLER

On a Belltown corner it owns, at 2616 Western Ave., Saratoga Capital is planning to knock down an old apartment building and warehouse. The redevelopment plan, by GGLO, is for a high rise with 150 apartments and ground-floor commercial space.



32 Bellingham units sell for nearly $8M

By BRIAN MILLER

The newly constructed 32-unit Old Town Flats, at 1000 Astor St. in Bellingham, has sold for $7.6 million, according to Summerfield Commercial, whose Robert Parmar and Ryan Kidwell represented the seller and provided details.



Columbia Banking beats expectations

Columbia Banking System on Thursday reported first-quarter profit of $45.9 million.


Daimler to build e-trucks in Oregon

A major auto manufacturer says it will build electric trucks at an Oregon factory.


132 Federal Way units sell for $33M

he Evergreen Apartment Homes, at 35929 21st Place S. in Federal Way, sold for over $33.3 million, according to King County records.


Sounder stations to get reserved stalls

By JOURNAL STAFF

Starting in June, solo drivers using the parking lots at the Auburn and Puyallup Sounder stations will be able to park in reserved stalls for $60 a month.


Anchorage hires consultants to review $2B port rebuild

Anchorage officials have hired consultants to help determine the best path forward for the stalled modernization project of the Port of Alaska.


IRS data: tax refunds down 2% under new law

By SARAH SKIDMORE SELL

IRS data released Thursday shows that while the average refund fell, the tax filing season was largely unchanged by the massive tax overhaul.


Fed's decision on interest rates affects home buyers, retirees, jewelry shoppers

By STAN CHOE

It's not just the stock market at a record high that's feeling the Fed effect.


Now you can get your teeth fixed at the drugstore

By TOM MURPHY

CVS Health is adding SmileDirectClub locations to hundreds of its stores.


Stocks weighed down by industrials

By ALEX VEIGA

U.S. stock indexes finished mostly lower Thursday as disappointing earnings reports from several industrial sector companies weighed on the market, offsetting strong results from Facebook, Microsoft and others.


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