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Wireless industry veteran John Stanton joins Microsoft's board

blogs.seattletimes.com — John Stanton, a wireless industry pioneer and former top executive at companies including McCaw Cellular and Clearwire, has been appointed to Microsoft's board of directors. Stanton, who founded the company that eventually led to T-Mobile USA, is currently chairman of private equity fund Trilogy Equity Partners, and Trilogy International Partners, a wireless operator in Central and South America and...
Jul 30, 2014

RT @seattletimes: John Stanton, a wireless industry pioneer, joins Microsoft's board, @janettu reports: seati.ms/1s4jQZ6

Jul 30, 2014

The dream GOP candidate who never ran RT @janettu: Wireless industry veteran John Stanton joins Microsoft's board: blogs.seattletimes.com/microsoftpri0/…

SPD investigates cop who wrote 80 percent of pot tickets

seattletimes.com — Originally published July 30, 2014 at 9:48 PM | Page modified July 30, 2014 at 10:05 PM Seattle police are investigating the conduct of a veteran officer who has written about 80 percent of the tickets for using marijuana in public this year, including some that referred to City Attorney Pete Holmes, a strong advocate of pot legalization, as "Petey Holmes."
Jul 31, 2014

RT @seattletimes: SPD investigates conduct of cop who wrote 80 percent of pot tickets: seati.ms/UCw3aK

'Maria's Law' champion takes secured-load fight to D.C.

seattletimes.com — Originally published November 29, 2011 at 7:10 PM | Page modified November 29, 2011 at 8:27 PM MERYL SCHENKER JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES Anybody who knows Robin Abel knows she's not going to give up until an unsecured truck load is as unacceptable as a baby bouncing around in a car.

Communications problem made Tuesday's ferry delays worse

blogs.seattletimes.com — An apparent lapse in communication within Washington State Ferries about ferry capacity made passenger delays even worse Tuesday after the breakdown of the M/V Tacoma, near Bainbridge Island. Only one boat remained on the Bainbridge-Seattle route, the Walla Walla. The Coast Guard gave permission Tuesday for the Walla Walla to carry 1,200 people between Bainbridge and Seattle,...

Wednesday's pregame notes and lineups for Mariners at Indians

blogs.seattletimes.com — CHRIS TAYLOR ISN'T PLAYING TODAY!?!?!?!? DAMMIT, WHY ISN'T CHRIS TAYLOR PLAYING TODAY?!?!? HE HAD A DOUBLE YESTERDAY!!! Well, Lloyd McClendon said yesterday that he planned on Brad Miller playing today. So I'm guessing the RBI double from Taylor didn't change that thinking. McClendon said before he planned to use both players based on match-ups and...