Seattle has become a hub for technology and philanthropy, so it's not surprising that a nonprofit consortium combining both would find fertile ground here.
A month after the killing of a masseuse who advertised on Craigslist, the classified ad site announced plans Wednesday to eliminate its "erotic services" category.
Storage is important to growing businesses.
Verizon Communications Inc. said Wednesday it reached a deal to sell scattered phone service areas outside its main Northeastern and Californian territories for $5.3 billion in stock.
Investments in clean-tech startups plummeted in the first quarter of 2009 compared with recent quarters, according to a report issued this week by Ernst & Young.
A battle of quality versus quantity is shaping up in the online video world, as upstart Web site Hulu takes on YouTube, the reigning giant.
As a candidate, Barack Obama harnessed the power of social-media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. So it's no surprise that his administration recently set up official profiles for the White House on these sites and more.
Providing plain old voice telephone service was a profitable and growing business for more than 100 years, but that run could be coming to an end.