January 2008
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1 At what cost?
2 Smoother business travel @ PDX
3 Vibrant tech cluster takes root in the Gorge
4 “No teeth” in Portland’s business rights resolution
5 A sustainable Oregon Business Plan
6 Graphic: ROI to N. American angel investors
7 Certifiably green pink shrimp
8 Next: an inspired test tube
9 Informatics: a new kind of health worker
10 New casino opens strong in Florence
11 Baker embraces airport potential
12 Cessna buys Columbia Aircraft in $26 million deal
13 Hospitals find RX for growth
14 Deal Watch: Local brothers brew a big merger
15 Let the party begin
16 Readers pick favorites for President
17 Bills get down to business
18 Storm blows through economy
19 Beaverton pushes shopping-cart ordinance
20 A good start for ski resorts
21 Graphic: Oregon Community Foundation grants by region
22 Timber payments axed from energy bill
23 Tillamook seeks resort
24 New year, new you
25 Former L-P CEO authors book about 'Mama'
26 Business travel: carry-on bag comparison
27 Photos that let you drink in the scenery
28 Luxury chairs for any body, at any price
 

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