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World Wide Packets (Spokane) gets $25.5 million in venture capital and gained two new investors, one of them wireless pioneer Craig McCaw.

The company, based near Spokane, is building systems that help phone and cable carriers upgrade their copper-based telecommunications networks to ones that use fiber optics and Ethernet software.

Venture Capital: A look at three more Seattle-area Web 2.0 startups

"As an ex dot com entrepreneur, I wonder if the Internet world will ever get away from catchy labels and buzzwords. I cringe at Web 2.0 as it brings back the bad memories of the dot com era."

Young entrepreneurs got message, changed business

That lesson and an invitation from Buffett to attend Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in Omaha, Neb., have stayed with the two and underscores their new venture: creating interactive shopping-mall kiosks.

Venture Capital: A new breed of Internet startups is here. A look at three Seattle-area ‘Web 2.0’ companies

The latest buzzword in the technology industry can be a little tough to define. Interactive Web sites that tap the knowledge of users? Collaborative technologies for small teams? Software delivered over the Internet as a service?

New fundraising efforts by Washington State VC’s

Word on the street is that two Washington state venture capital firms are out looking to raise new funds.

Seattle biotech incubator helps another young fledgling to fly

"It (the incubator) saves me from doing the part of the job that I don’t like to do,"

$350 million Washington state fund to finance life-sciences research is being "nudged" already

"I felt it was important to provide some accountability" for how the state’s money is spent.

Washington State technology salaries climbing

"I’m hearing from headhunters that they can’t fill all the hiring requests they’re getting," said WSA President Kathy Wilcox.

Co-workers live what they teach: E-work – The Center to Bridge the Digital Divide helps people, institutions and communities apply information technologies.

Creating or expanding e-work opportunities can be a new strategy included in economic development plans for rural communities.

Trade mission to China a success, Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire says

"We are taking on a bigger charter, taking the lead in bringing mature technology from the state of Washington to China,"