The times may be catching up with the Seattle market. While other regions of the U.S. have already accommodated an influx of price-driven and specialty alternatives to conventional operators, the phenomenon is a relatively new one in Seattle ¡- a development that local observers believe could ultimately force some players to reassess their go-to-market strategies as they are pressed more and more from both ends of the pricing spectrum. "It's not business as usual in Seattle anymore," Ron ...
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