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Thursday, March 01, 2007


Alphabetical index

Large companies Rank Small companies Rank
Alliance Data 41 AngelVision Technologies 15
AmeriTitle 13 Ashland Food Cooperative 46
Avista Utilities 21 Becker Capital Management 49
Bank of the Cascades 39 Boly:Welch 19
Barco MIS 29 Bridge City Legal 4
Capitol Auto Group 42 Brooks Resources Corporation 42
Carr Auto Group 4 Bullard Smith Jernstedt Wilson 45
Cintas Corporation 18 Capital Pacific Bank 39
Columbia River Bank 34 Cascade Employers Association 41
Comcast 32 Columbia Community Bank 50
David Evans Enterprises 11 Columbia Printing & Graphics. 2
Doubletree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center, Portland — Lloyd Center 40 The Commerce Bank of Oregon 42
Edelman 20 Conkling Fiskum & McCormick 29
Edge Wireless LLC 5 Convergence Networks 44
Evanta 6 Cook Security Group 47
Farmers Insurance Company of Oregon 19 Durham and Bates Agencies 15
Grant Thornton LLP 17 EdgeLink LLC 48
Harland Financial Solutions 31 Employment Trends 23
HSBC Card Services 28 Grady Britton 8
Kelly Services 43 Hakatai Enterprises. 38
Microsoft Corporation 2 Isler CPA 11
MulvannyG2 Architecture 9 Jive Software 21
Nike. 45 Jordan Schrader PC 18
Oregon Community Credit Union 22 LineScape LLC 28
Oregon Medical Laboratories 50 Neurology Associates of Eugene-Springfield PC 22
Pacific Continental Bank 8 Northwest Community Credit Union 40
The Paradies Shops 15 Northwest Newborn Specialists PC 12
Parametrix 38 Northwest Staffing Resources 27
The Personnel Department 25 Pacific Benefit Consultants. 13
Point B Solutions Group LLP 10 The Partners Group Ltd. 32
Qualcomm 3 The Pawlowski Financial Group 34
Quest Diagnostics 30 Performance Health Technology 5
R&H Construction 33 Pittman & Brooks PC 7
The Randall Group 27 Quango Design & Marketing 10
Robert Half International 37 R.V. Kuhns & Associates 33
Ron Tonkin Family of Dealerships 36 Reitmeier Mechanical 9
S.D. Deacon Corp. of Oregon 12 River City Travel 1
Sage Software 44 Rock Springs Guest Ranch 35
SAIF Corporation 48 Rose City Mortgage Specialists 14
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt 26 Sparling 30
Symantec 35 Staff Finders Technical of Oregon 6
T-Mobile 14 Staffing Services. 26
U.S. Cellular 1 Sterling Communications 31
Umpqua Bank 24 Sussman Shank LLP 36
VW Credit 49 Tec Laboratories 24
Walsh Construction Co. 7 Tripwire 37
Wells Fargo 46 United Human Capital Solutions 17
West Coast Bancorp 23 United Risk Solutions 3
Wilson Construction Co. 47 Vernier Software & Technology 20
WRG Design 16 Yorke & Curtis 25


The top 50 large companies to work for in Oregon

The top 50 small companies to work for in Oregon


Alphabetical index

Category winners (Top 10s)



No. 1 large: U.S. Cellular leads the pack — again...

No. 1 small: River City Travel, freedom isn't just a concept...

No. 6 large: Evanta gives employees "everything"...

No. 2 small: Columbia Printing nurtures a growing family...

No. 7 large: Walsh builds success on shared values...

No. 10 small: Quango, a place for hard work — ­­and naps...

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