Oregon's Public Companies 2008, Ranks 1-34

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Friday, August 01, 2008
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RANK
2008
RANK
2007
COMPANY (SYMBOL)
LOCATION
FISCAL
YEAR
END
REVENUE
(1000s)
2007 2006
INCOME
(1000s)
2007 2006
2007
EPS
P/E
RATIO
2007
ROE
MARKET
VALUE
(1000s)
1
1
Nike* (NKE)
One Bowerman Dr., Beaverton 97005
5/31/08
18,627,000
16,325,900
1,883,400
1,491,500
3.74
18
24.1%
31,797,708
2
2
Precision Castparts Corp.* (PCP)
4650 S.W. Macadam Ave., Ste. 440, Portland 97239
3/30/08
6,852,100
5,319,400
987,300
633,100
7.04
14
24.4%
19,215,914
3
3
Lithia Motors (LAD)
360 E. Jackson St., Medford 97501
12/31/07
3,219,001
3,050,537
21,549
37,304
1.06
13
4.2%
270,783
4
4
StanCorp Financial Group (SFG)
1100 S.W. Sixth Ave., Portland 97204
12/31/07
2,709,200
2,492,900
227,500
203,800
4.35
12
15.9%
2,476,429
5
5
Schnitzer Steel Industries (SCHN)
3200 N.W. Yeon Ave., Portland 97210
8/31/07
2,572,265
1,854,715
131,334
143,068
4.32
14
17.2%
1,954,720
6
6
Portland General Electric Co. (POR)
121 S.W. Salmon St., Portland 97204
12/31/07
1,743,000
1,520,000
145,000
71,000
2.33
12
11.0%
1,737,083
7
8
Columbia Sportswear Co. (COLM)
14375 N.W. Science Park Dr., Portland 97229
12/31/07
1,356,039
1,287,672
144,452
123,018
3.96
11
14.9%
1,579,480
8
7
Monaco Coach Corp. (MNC)
91320 Industrial Way, Coburg 97408
12/29/07
1,272,130
1,297,986
12,013
1,004
0.40
23
3.7%
266,311
9
11
Greenbrier Companies (GBX)
One Centerpointe Dr., Ste. 200, Lake Oswego 97035
8/31/07
1,223,828
953,823
22,010
39,598
1.37
21
9.0%
360,256
10
10
Northwest Natural Gas Co. (NWN)
220 N.W. Second Ave., Portland 97209
12/31/07
1,033,193
1,013,172
74,497
63,415
2.76
18
12.5%
1,284,965
11
13
Mentor Graphics Corp. (MENT )
8005 S.W. Boeckman Rd., Wilsonville 97070
1/31/08
879,732
802,839
28,771
27,204
0.32
26
4.5%
972,787
12
16
FLIR Systems (FLIR)
27700A S.W. Parkway Ave., Wilsonville 97070
12/31/07
779,397
575,000
136,711
100,896
0.89
35
21.9%
4,280,901
13
17
FEI Co. (FEIC)
5350 N.E. Dawson Creek Dr., Hillsboro 97124
12/31/07
592,510
479,491
58,338
20,040
1.36
18
12.0%
903,936
14
18
Cascade Corp.* (CAE)
2201 N.E. 201st Ave., Fairview 97024
1/31/08
558,073
478,850
60,147
45,481
4.88
11
22.4%
519,655
15
19
Umpqua Holdings Corp. (UMPQ)
One S.W. Columbia St., Ste. 1200, Portland 97258
12/31/07
553,217
459,538
63,268
84,447
1.05
15
5.1%
920,093
16
15
Blount International (BLT)
4909 S.E. International Way, Portland 97222
12/31/07
515,535
487,494
42,857
42,546
0.89
14
NA
582,165
17
20
TriQuint Semiconductor (TQNT)
2300 N.E. Brookwood Pkwy., HIllsboro 97124
12/31/07
475,776
401,793
23,394
21,751
0.16
41
4.5%
947,454
18
23
Merix Corp. (MERX)
1521 Poplar Ln., Forest Grove 97116
5/26/07
400,496
303,978
-72,432
1,432
-3.55
NA
-52.3%
98,041
19
24
McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants (MSSR)
720 S.W. Washington St., Ste. 550, Portland 97205
12/29/07
358,647
308,323
8,814
13,348
0.60
20
4.9%
175,192
20
25
RadiSys Corp. (RSYS)
5445 N.E. Dawson Creek Dr., Hillsboro 97124
12/31/07
325,232
292,481
-17,552
-13,016
-0.80
NA
-8.0%
298,981
21
21
InFocus Corp. (INFS)
27500 S.W. Parkway Ave., Wilsonville 97070
12/31/07
308,181
374,752
-25,582
-61,920
-0.64
NA
-30.6%
74,218
22
27
Planar Systems (PLNR)
1195 N.W. Compton Dr., Beaverton 97006
9/28/07
272,215
212,726
-23,184
6,280
-1.33
NA
-15.1%
113,280
23
28
Electro Scientific Industries* (ESIO)
13900 N.W. Science Park Dr., Portland 97229
3/29/08
247,155
250,824
16,589
23,524
0.59
27
4.2%
553,418
24
26
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. (LSCC)
5555 N.E. Moore Court, Hillsboro 97124
12/29/07
228,709
245,459
-239,816
3,093
-2.09
NA
-83.8%
374,186
25
29
West Coast Bancorp (WCBO)
5335 S.W. Meadows Rd., Ste. 201, Lake Oswego 97035
12/31/07
216,688
178,894
16,842
29,260
1.05
18
8.1%
288,471
26
31
Cascade Bancorp (CACB)
1100 N.W. Wall St., Bend 97701
12/31/07
192,368
156,752
29,979
35,677
1.05
13
10.9%
390,233
27
30
Clear Choice Health Plans (CCHN)
2965 N.E. Conners Ave., Bend 97701
12/31/07
180,825
168,384
2,155
6,542
1.17
14
4.2%
30,128
28
34
LaCrosse Footwear (BOOT)
17634 N.E. Airport Way, Portland 97230
12/31/07
118,179
107,798
7,300
6,344
1.15
15
11.1%
117,834
29
36
Digimarc Corp. (DMRC)
9405 S.W. Gemini Dr., Beaverton 97008
12/31/07
109,764
104,247
-445
-11,740
-0.02
NA
-0.4
192,611
30
32
Pixelworks (PXLW)
8100 S.W. Nyberg Rd., Tualatin 97062
12/31/07
105,980
133,607
-30,920
-204,178
-0.64
NA
NA
34,439
31
35
Rentrak Corp.* (RENT)
7700 N.E. Ambassador Pl., Portland 97220
3/31/08
93,188
105,721
4,594
5,887
0.41
30
10.5%
155,720
32
38
PremierWest Bancorp (PRWT)
503 Airport Rd., Ste. 101, Medford 97504
12/31/07
91,265
80,953
15,102
14,648
0.82
14
11.8%
194,331
33
33
TRM (TRMM)
5208 N.E. 122nd Ave., Portland 97230
12/31/07
90,386
107,656
-8,427
-120,091
-0.49
NA
-64.0%
7,746
34
39
Columbia Bancorp (CBBO)
401 E. Third St., Ste. 200, The Dalles 97058
12/31/07
90,364
80,495
14,607
15,852
1.42
12
14.3%
165,927

*Results are for 2008 fiscal year.

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