Chipotle restaurants in NW have third E. coli outbreak this year

Twenty-two people in Wash. and Ore. had reported getting sick as of Friday.

VW commercials getting a new view in light of emissions scam

The Federal Trade Commission is reviewing whether ads touting Volkswagen’s “Clean Diesel” engines amount to fraud, adding a new avenue for U.S. regulators to punish the German automaker for its emissions-rigging deception.

As kombucha sales boom, brewers ask feds for new alcohol test

The fermentation process can give the drink too much alcohol for it to be sold as nonalcoholic.

OPEC sees oil-demand growth leading to balanced market in 2016

The oil-producing alliance is committed to keeping its output target at 30 million barrels a day.

Internet of Things? Stock you’ve never heard of continues rise

Telit Communications’ hardware enables a variety of devices to transmit data wirelessly.

Panama condo owners to Trump: You’re fired!

A team installed by the Trump family was accused of running up more than $2M in unauthorized debts.

Milk, livestock lead growth in Washington state ag value

A 25 percent jump in milk value brought the dairy industry crop value to $1.6 billion to maintain second place on the state’s top 10 crop value list, while rising beef prices pushed cattle and calves up 15 percent to $820 million, leapfrogging both wheat and potatoes for third place.

Cyberattack on Experian may affect millions of T-Mobile customers

T-Mobile US said Thursday that approximately 15 million people may be victims of a cyberattack on one of its vendors, Experian credit-services company.

New fabrics allow clothing to report on wearer’s vital statistics

The maker of ‘Cocomi’ — a fabric that can measure a wearer’s heart rate — projects earnings of $1.6 million in 2017.

Minority winemakers changing stereotypes

African-Americans and other minorities are increasingly making and drinking fine wine.