Carolyn Adolph is a reporter that covers Seattle’s growth as part of our Region of Boom reporting team. She’s also a co-host of KUOW’s Prime(d) podcast.
Carolyn’s work has come to be about the economic destinies of cities, countries and individuals, and the struggle to find a secure place in the world. This has led her to focus on the impact of technological change while making her a digger for data and a determined reader of government reports.
Carolyn has won awards for her journalism in two countries. Prime(d) was honored in spring 2018 by SABEW, the society of business writers. She is also a winner of Canada’s biggest journalism prize, the National Newspaper Award.
Before coming to Seattle, Carolyn was a reporter at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, The Toronto Star and the Montreal Gazette.
After more than a decade in America she unequivocally speaks French like an English person.
The Paris Airshow winds down over the weekend. This was the show where many people expected both Boeing and Airbus to release new planes. It didn't happen.
737 MAX Pilots and flight attendants are telling Congress they aren't ready to trust Boeing or the Federal Aviation Administration about the 737 MAX.
All eyes will again be on Boeing when The Paris Air Show begins Monday. But the reasons will be different this year with the company's 737 Max planes still grounded after those two deadly crashes.
The entire Sound Transit Light Rail system shut down at peak rush hour during yesterday's record-breaking temperatures. Sound Transit says heat did play a role – but it is not responsible for the full system shutdown.
The region's seaports and airport say the Trump Administration's trade war with China will hurt Washington state's economy. And they say exports from the state are already suffering.
The head of Amazon Web Services says he wants the federal government to regulate facial recognition technology.
Security officers at Amazon have long protested their working conditions. Today they learned that is about to change. They’re joining a union, and it’s all because of Amazon.
In early April she said she was excited about her own plans following her divorce from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Now we know what MacKenzie Bezos might be excited about: giving away a chunk of her wealth.
A Democratic state Senator from Snohomish County has quit government to become a lobbyist for Amazon.
Boeing stock is trading about hundred dollars lower than it was before the 737 MAX crisis.