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If you belong to the companies of today that believe in keeping things “current” and automate most processes and systems, you would have learnt that – despite the company’s best efforts – the most important transactions end on paper. A large percentage of companies still rely on time-consuming devices such as scanners, printers, and fax machines to get that last bit of paperwork signed off. The same trend holds true for processing tax documents, bank documentation, and human resource records.

The major payments networks set the path for the US payments industry to begin the shift to EMV chip cards in 2011. One of the leading factors was that chip technology is extremely effective in

An album of photos celebrating National Inclusion Week at Harvey Nash Group.

High performance computing, once the domain of scientists and academics, is moving to the enterprise mainstream as artificial intelligence evolves.

GameWorks, Inc., a full entertainment and dining experience for families, teens and millennials with seven locations nationwide, announced today that ExWorks Capital has assumed full ownership of the Company and appointed new leadership. ExWorks has been a lender to GameWorks since 2017, and recently restructured its investment, giving it full control of the Company. Concurrent with the change in corporate ownership, Philip N. Kaplan was named…

Weight Watchers is trimming its name to just two letters: WW. The company says it is renaming itself to focus more on overall wellness and not just dieting. Its app, for example, will offer tips and meditation and give out rewards for tracking meals and exercise. WW has seen a rise in subscribers, helped by a 2015 investment by Oprah Winfrey. The media mogul has appeared on commercials for the company, promoting her weight loss. WW had 4.

EVERETT, Wash. -- Two men have been arrested in a string of robberies that occurred across south Everett Monday morning. The first robbery was reported to police around 5:30 a. m. by a victim who said they were robbed at gunpoint by two men in the parking lot of the south Everett Fred Meyer before taking off in an SUV. As officers investigated that robbery, about 20 minutes a woman called 911 to report she was just robbed at gun point by two…

SEATTLE -- Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan on Monday unveiled a city budget proposal that calls for spending $5.9 billion for 2019-2020.
"After years of significant growth, city spending and revenue is reaching a plateau. So we have to live within our means,” said Durkan.
That being said, Durkan announced the details of her proposed biennial budget under the backdrop of Seattle Fire Department’s Station 10. According to the mayor, it’s a balanced budget that proposes spending $5.9 billion.

SEATTLE -- It’s been one of Seattle’s oldest and longest running homeless encampments, but its run has come to an end. The camp, spread out over nearly 25 acres in heavily wooded greenbelt between Myers Way and Highway 509 in West Seattle has diminished in size over the years but its problems have become too big to ignore.

WASHINGTON -- If you notice a Washington State Patrol trooper sporting a pink badge during the month of October, it means the trooper paid $60 out of his or her pocket to publicly support breast cancer awareness.
Trooper Brian Zillmer showed off his pink badge in a Facebook post Monday. He said it's a first for Washington State Patrol.

Matt Atchity will run Moviefone, the listing service owned by Moviepass and its parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will naturalize around 85 candidates in its office Monday afternoon, including star Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez.

“It’s very gratifying to see the legacy of 'Inside the Actors Studio' being carried forward for a new generation to appreciate and enjoy,” says James Lipton

The leaves are changing color and that means you'll soon be changing channels (a lot), as Fall TV is back! Here are the premiere dates for returning shows.

As Richard Linklater's teenage cult classic turns 25, TheWrap looks back to the director's 1993 stoner comedy "Dazed and Confused"

Insurance technology company Vertafore is closing its office in the Seattle suburbs, completing a transition to its new headquarters in Denver. The closure of the office in Bothell, Wash., will impact…

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — Despite Republican leaders calling on Washington lawmaker Rep. Matt Manweller to resign in the wake of new sexual misconduct allegations, Manweller said Monday he will finish his term but will not serve another if re-elected in November. Manweller, whose name cannot be removed from the November ballot, said in a statement that it's important he's re-elected so the seat can be filled with another Republican when he resigns, the Yakima Herald-Republic reported .

In this edition of our marketing book club, we're talking about how to find the motivation and confidence to take a leap to the career you love!

The internet and evolving technologies have dramatically changed the way people do everyday activities like researching, shopping, and banking. The common practice before was going to a physical stor…

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) -- Ho, ho, ho - It's only September, but the Hallmark Channel has released their Countdown to Christmas movie lineup. Check out the full schedule below of premiere dates for 22 brand new movies. October 27 8 pm/7c - “Christmas at Pemberley Manor” November 3 8 pm/7c - “Christmas Joy” November 4 8 pm/7c - “Road to Christmas” November 10 8 pm/7c - “It’s Christmas Eve” November 11 8 pm/7c - “Christmas in Love” November 17 8 pm/7c - “Christmas…

SEATTLE -- Felix Hernandez, the longtime face of the Mariners, was wearing a broad smile Monday after becoming a United States citizen along with 74 other residents from 34 different countries at a ceremony at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Tukwila, Wash. The 32-year-old Hernandez first came to the U.S. at 17 after being signed as an international free agent out of Venezuela…

DALLAS (AP) — A white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her black neighbor inside his own apartment was fired Monday, the same day the man was being buried in his Caribbean homeland.
Police Chief U. Renee Hall dismissed Officer Amber Guyger during a hearing Monday, according to the Police Department. Guyger is charged with manslaughter in the Sept. 6 shooting that left 26-year-old Botham Jean dead, and she was fired because of her arrest, according to the department.

In the week ahead, the Federal Reserve releases its policy statement, while the U.S. Commerce Department releases gross-domestic product revisions, personal-income and durable-goods data.

How do you start planking? The form is pretty simple to start with, but perfecting it, especially without a trainer, can be a challenge. We put together a simple hack to help any beginner make sure they’re holding their best plank for maximum benefits.

Everything but the locusts descend on a family and their adopted gay deaf son in Craig Lucas's new play