Business and Technology
Starbucks acquires juice business for $30M
Business and Technology
Thursday, 17 November 2011 14:44

Edited from AP, Portland, OR. – Starbucks Corp. hopes to do for juice what it's done for coffee.

Starbucks, which changed the way Americans drink coffee, acquired juice maker Evolution Fresh Inc. for $30 million as part of a larger effort to move beyond coffee and focus on health and wellness.

H-Mart 2011 Asian Food Festival
Business and Technology
Thursday, 29 September 2011 16:14

H-Mart is going to have their 2011 Asian Food Festival from October 7 through October 10. There will be free food sampling, entertainment and giveaways. If you want to learn more about the Asian food culture, don’t miss out this great opportunity.

H-Mart Federal Way
31217 Pacific Hwy S., Federal Way, WA 98003

New Fashion Application to Change the Way People Dress: BFF Officially Launches
Business and Technology
Thursday, 22 September 2011 12:34

BFFNew York, NY- In July when the private social networking tool Best Fashion Friend officially launches its app, the well-worn BFF acronym will take on an entirely new connotation.

BFF is a smartphone app that gives you instant access to a hand- picked group of friends who weigh in on your style dilemmas. Easily snap a photo, create looks using items you own or want in your wardrobe, and best of all, share looks with your BFF’s for real-time advice. No more impulse buys. No more guessing about what will go with what. With BFF you can go forward with confidence: Style. Ask. Wear.

Revenue forecast: WA state facing $1.3B shortfall
Business and Technology
Friday, 16 September 2011 12:23

Washington StateAP, OLYMPIA, WASH. - Washington faces a $1.3 billion budget shortfall after a revenue forecast issued Thursday determined that the economy was not showing the signs of recovery that officials had initially expected.

Former Microsoft Accountant Stole more than $1M
Business and Technology
Thursday, 08 September 2011 11:44

Former Microsoft Accountant Stole more than $1MAP, SEATTLE - A 54-year-old Shoreline, Wash., accountant has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing more than $1 million from Microsoft Corp. when he worked there. Federal prosecutors say Randal Ray Seal was an analyst in Microsoft's accounts payable department when he exploited features in the company's system for paying vendors and stole the money. Court records show the theft was discovered some time after he left Microsoft. At his federal court sentencing Tuesday, Seal repaid more than $515,000. Judge James Robart ordered him to repay an additional $550,000. The judge told Seal he wanted to send a message that such money laundering and fraud won't be tolerated and ''the accountants of the world can end up going to jail because of it.'' 

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