August 2006
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1 Latino-owned businesses on the rise
2 Of tempests and teapots
3 Phil Knight’s land grab
4 Californians aren’t a problem on the coast
5 Be nice to SUV moms
6 The annual list of Oregon's public companies
7 Oregon's Public Companies footnotes, glossary and index
8 First Person: Commentary by Bennett Johnson, CEO of DePaul Industries
9 Business readers vote to fund schools with kicker
10 VIP: Conversation with Dr. Charles Hofman, Baker City mayor
11 Health plan advice from 100 Best companies
12 Harney County
13 Arlington
14 Irrigon
15 Portland
16 Portland
17 Newberg
18 Lebanon
19 Eugene
20 Astoria
21 Newport
22 Northwest vineyards squeeze profits from concerts
23 Energy on the edge: Can fuel cells replace batteries?
24 Oregon Ag prices grow
25 Construction flexes economic muscle
26 Is a wireless network right for your business?
27 June '06 employment and business filing indicators
28 June '06 transportation indicators
29 June '06 real estate and construction indicators
30 June '06 farming, natural resources and energy indicators
31 In Character: Profile of Stumptown Coffee Roasters' Duane Sorenson
 

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