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January 8, 2014 at 6:05 AM

Wednesday Memo: Mulally nixes Microsoft … State pensions at risk? … New interim chief

Ford exec not coming to Microsoft: Finally ending any more of the long, long speculation that he might be Microsoft’s next CEO, former Boeing exec Alan Mulally say he’s NOT coming to Redmond.

Speaking of Boeing … Times columnist Danny Westneat writes that Boeing’s success at removing pensions for future line workers puts state employees at risk of losing traditional pension benefits.

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray shaking up top ranks of police department: He is expected to announce today he’ll replace Interim Police Chief Jim Pugel with former Assistant Chief Harry C. Bailey.

Weather: More rain and showers, but temperatures will be in the upper 40s and may make it to 50 degrees Friday. National Weather Service forecast

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