When business intersects with family, a host of situations can arise. Without a clear vision and careful planning, hard-earned investments can become stressful burdens.
The 2015 survey launched this week. It is open to for-profit private and public companies that have at least 15 full- or part-time employees in Oregon.
BY TOM COX | OB BLOGGER
Tom Cox interviews Steve Balzac, author of "Organizational Psychology for Managers."
Portland is in the middle of another construction boom, with residential and office projects springing up downtown, in the Pearl and Old Town. OB Web Editor Jessica Ridgway documents the new wave.
In this week's poll, we asked readers: "Who should pay for the troubled Cover Oregon website?" Here are the results.
When I say, “Your Employee is Always Right,” I do not mean “right about the facts,” but rather “right about how they feel” and “right about how they want to be led.”
Portland startup Green Endeavor strikes gold, inking a partnership with Underwriters Laboratories, an Illinois-based consulting and certification company with offices in 46 countries.
Faced with the aftermath of the “great recession,” increasing concern about the environment and dwindling family wage jobs, we have some very important choices to make about our future.
Remember the naysayers? Those who called the South Waterfront aerial tram a boondoggle? Those who rejoiced at the massive sell off of luxury condos at the John Ross and Atwater Place?
With the increasing retirements of Baby Boomers, a massive real estate shift has created a significant increase in demand for NNN properties. The result? Increased demand has triggered higher prices and lower yields.
Back in May, we shared a common Wall Street quote about investing, “Sell in May and go away.” Fast forward to July and the most common question we have been getting from clients is, “When is the market pullback going to occur?”
The agency that holds the purse strings for care of Oregon Health Plan members criticized the state's system for distributing money to coordinated care organizations.
The $40 million floating drydock will arrive at the Columbia River will carry components that will be assembled by Vigor Industrial.
Police arrested three people in three different incidents of bike theft over the previous 24 hours.
The contract is part of the transit agencies switch to electronic fares, the Portland high tech company announced Thursday.
Homes of roughly 200 square feet could be quickly built to house homeless and low-income residents in Portland.
Portland-based vacation rental site Vacasa ranked ninth on the new Inc. 5000 list
Galena Biopharma, currently under federal investigation, is expected to announce the departure of Mark Ahn, its longtime president and CEO.
His proposal calls on the legislature to spend $200 million on seismic upgrades.
Squarespace has leased space in the Spalding Building downtown, where it will have room for at least 150.
CarMax will open outlets in Clackamas, on Aug. 27, and, in late September, Beaverton.
The Department of Environmental Quality approved an air pollution permit, which will allow the terminal to move 1.8 billion gallons of oil annually.
The sexual assault allegations made against the Portland tech leader will be presented to a grand jury as soon as early September.
The short-term rental service will begin collecting the 1% state lodging tax.
Some patients seen by doctors and clinics affiliated with McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center may have had their personal data, including Social Security numbers, stolen by hackers.
In Multnomah County there are 91 unresolved court foreclosures and 25 nonjudicial Notice & Sale filings.
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Forest Grove sees growth in the burgeoning food and beverage scene.
Lane Powell Shareholder William T. Patton has been appointed to the board of directors for Cascade AIDS Project, an organization that provides educational services and outreach to thousands of Oregonians living with HIV/AIDS.
Fifty-one Lane Powell lawyers were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® (Best Lawyers) 2015; of those selected, 23 lawyers are from the Firm’s office in Portland, Oregon.
Barran Liebman is proud to announce that Andrew Schpak, a Partner of the firm, has been named Chair of the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division for the 2014-2015 bar year.