The sale of The Washington Post: How the unthinkable choice became the clear path – That left three choices, Weymouth told Graham. The family could continue presiding over the gradual decline of the newspaper they loved. They could move more aggressively to cut the paper’s staff more deeply than ever, hoping that they could return The Post to sustained profitability by sacrificing its longtime excellence.
The Opt-Out Generation Wants Back In – A decade after they left careers in favor of full-time lives at home, working mothers like Sheilah O’Donnel, who quit a big salary job at Oracle, reflected on what they lost.
Tapering of Stimulus Could Start as Soon as September, 2 Fed Presidents Hint
National Push by a Local Immigration Activist: No G.O.P. Retreat
Washington Warily Takes On Housing Finance Shift
Murray vs. McGinn showdown: Mayor survives, but faces challenge
Voters pass King County parks levy
Race is on to define a 2016 Hillary Clinton candidacy
‘Dirtiest, nastiest, low-down campaign in America’? The Va. governor’s race.
Washougal appoints government-change panels
Tech Magnates Bet on Booker and His Future in Venture
In New York, struggling in the shadow of ‘Carlos Danger’
Many Mayoral Candidates Are Close to Cuomo
Sheriff to Face Hospital Executive in Detroit Mayoral Runoff
Lane County commissioners vote unanimously after an outside investigation into changes she made in her compensation
Hillsboro City Council approves making awnings optional for downtown businesses
Beaverton mayor drives city-owned cars while getting paid by city to use his own
Customer group tells EWEB ‘smart’ meters are dangerous
La Center unsure about city hall move
In Oregon, talks emerge to salvage the once-left-for-dead Columbia River Crossing
Some Tech Firms Ask: Who Needs Managers?
What You Can Learn About Leadership From A Tough Guy Who Doesn’t Say Much
When The Job Interviewer Doesn’t Ask The Right Questions
Facebook, Twitter, Friendster, etc.
ELGL Social Network: Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Twitter
Mormon Missionaries Turn to Facebook, Twitter
Twitter promises new security feature is better, easier to use
Vietnam’s new social media crackdown takes aim at news aggregators (and enemies of the state)
Tangled Web: When you need to send real help
Can You Actually Teach A Millennial How To Do Social Media?
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Outrage Over Antigay Law Does Not Spread to Olympic Officials
Vancouver police chief semi-finalists gather; decision weeks away
Eugene police plan to replace their Crown Victoria sedans with SUVs that get better gas mileage
So Libertarians are suing Plan Bay Area because it directs too much growth into compact development