Facebook signed a lease for more than 1.5 million square feet of office space in New York City's Hudson Yards.
The time has come to finally say goodbye to a Concourse A at the Portland International Airport.
CVS really wants people to think of it as a one-stop destination for all their health needs.
Google's parent company now has more than 100,000 employees.
Starbucks' big rival in China just announced plans to go public in the United States.
A century after it opened as a simple grass runway in a village west of London, Heathrow could be transformed into the world's biggest airport following a controversial decision by British lawmakers.
NEW YORK (AP) - Amazon, which opened a cashier-less store in Seattle this year, plans more locations in Chicago and San Francisco.The company confirmed Monday that Amazon Go stores would open in the two cities, but didn't say when. The store openings were first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle and The Seattle Times .
SEATTLE (AP) - A person with direct knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the group looking to bring professional hockey to the city of Seattle has formally filed its expansion application with the National Hockey League.The person spoke to the AP on Tuesday on the condition of anonymity because the league was not commenting on the situation. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan also tweeted that Oak View Group had submitted the filing with the NHL.
Dunkin' Donuts wants to open 9,000 new stores.
A Richland neighborhood store is now expanding, since a book and music store went out of business.
Science education is expanding in the Tri-Cities Wednesday.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) ��� A measure expanding Idaho's open meeting laws has won unanimous support from House lawmakers.The proposal is one of the rare bills introduced this legislative session that increases the state's laws protecting the public's right to an open and transparent government. However, there have been several attempts introduced by lawmakers to limit public access, though they have not advanced far in the Statehouse.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho House panel has introduced a measure to expand the state's open meeting laws.Rep. Tom Loertscher, a Republican from Iona, told the House Ways and Means Committee on Friday that councils, boards and commissions created by executive order should be subjected to the Idaho Open Meeting Law.