Related Program: The Record Mayor Murray Talks Minimum Wage Plan By Arwen Nicks, Marcie Sillman & David Hyde • May 1, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Mayor Ed Murray earlier this year in the KUOW studios. Credit KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman Listen Listening... / 6:01 Marcie Sillman talks with Mayor Ed Murray about the plan to get Seattle's minimum wage up to $15 an hour. TweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content What's Next For Mayor Murray's Minimum Wage Proposal? By Arwen Nicks & David Hyde • May 1, 2014 AP Photo/Elaine Thompson Listen Listening... / 7:14 David Hyde talks with Erica C. Barnett, news editor at PubliCola, about what must happen next for Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's minimum wage proposal to pass the City Council. 15Now Reacts To Mayor Murray's Minimum Wage Proposal By Marcie Sillman & Posey Gruener • May 1, 2014 KUOW Photo/Liz Jones Listen Listening... / 4:58 Marcie Sillman speaks with Jesse Lessinger, an organizer for 15Now, about Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's proposal to gradually increase the minimum wage. Mayor Murray: $18.13 Minimum Wage By 2025 By Kara McDermott • May 2, 2014 AP Photo/Elaine Thompson Listen Listening... / 7:02 Bill Radke discusses Mayor Ed Murray's minimum wage proposal with news analyst Joni Balter. Seattle’s minimum wage could increase to $18.13 an hour within the next decade, according to Mayor Ed Murray's office. Speaking at Town Hall on Thursday, Murray said that large businesses would have to pay their employees $15 an hour in three years. Microsoft Takes Advantage Of Relaxed Game Console Ban In China By Jamala Henderson • May 1, 2014 Flickr Photo/Marco Verch (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 3:58 Microsoft may have found a way to pull ahead of the Sony Playstation — in China. The company partnered this week with a Chinese company to bring its Xbox One gaming console out of the black market and into Chinese stores.