Oregon's Public Companies footnotes, glossary and index

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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

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FOOTNOTES

Companies are  ranked based on revenue from the most recent fiscal year as reported in filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

 

N: New to the list 
NA:
Not applicable

*Results are for 2006 fiscal year.       
**Began being publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange in April 2006, following bankruptcy settlement of Enron, its former parent company.
***Moved headquarters to Eugene from Minneapolis, Minn. in 2004.
†Moved headquarters to Vancouver, Wash. in April 2006.
††Acquired in April 2006 by Irvine, Calif.-based Microsemi Corp.
†††`Terminated SEC registration and stock was delisted from Nasdaq in January 2006; company is becoming privately held.
§Restructured operations and returned headquarters to Portland in May 2006; corporate headquarters had been moved to Bedminster, N.J. in 2002.
§§Moved headquarters to Portland from San Diego, Calif. in summer 2005; formerly New Visual Corporation; changed name and ticker symbol in September 2005.


Note: Harry & David Holdings in Medford filed SEC registration in August 2005 to become a publicly traded company with the proposed New York Stock Exchange symbol of “HND.” The company, formerly known as Bear Creek Corp., was purchased by New York-based Wasserstein & Co. in 2004 from Japan-based Yamanouchi Pharmaceutic`al.

Correction: In the August issue of Oregon Business, the print version of Oregon's Public Companies list inadvertently omitted PW Eagle, which moved its headquarters in Eugene in 2004 and is ranked no. 16 in this Web version of the list.  As a result companies ranked 17-61 in the printed version have all moved down one rank.

Oregon's Public Companies list compiled by Brandon Sawyer, Oregon Business reearch editor. E-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 503.223.0304 with corrections or comments.

 


GLOSSARY OF TERMS
EPS Earnings per share Fully diluted earnings per share.
P/E Price/earnings ratio Price of a stock at fiscal year end divided by its earnings per share.
D/E Debt-to-equity ratio Total liabilities, not just the long-term debt, divided by shareholder’s equity and expressed as a percentage.
ROE Return on equity Amount (percentage) earned on a company’s shareholder investment. Income divided by shareholders’ equity as of the fiscal year end.
ROI Return on investment Amount (percentage) earned on a company’s total capital. Income divided by total assets as of the fiscal year end.
MARKET VALUE Figured by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the closing stock price as of Dec. 31, 2005.


ALPHABETICAL INDEX

Company                            Rank

Advanced Power Technology 42 InFocus Corp. 17 Portland General Electric Co. 5
Albina Community Bancorp 58 Jewett Cameron Trading Co. Ltd. 39 Precision Castparts Corp. 2
AVI Biopharma 60 LaCrosse Footwear 34 PremierWest Bancorp 43
Axial Vector Engine Corp. 62 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. 30 PW Eagle 16
Barrett Business Services 29 Lithia Motors 3 RadiSys Corp. 26
Bioject Medical Technologies 54 McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants 25 Rentrak Corp. 36
Blount International 14 Mentor Graphics Corp. 15 Rim Semiconductor Co. 61
Cascade Bancorp 37 Merix Corp. 22 Schmitt Industries 55
Cascade Corp. 19 Metro One Telecommunications 38 Schnitzer Steel Industries 12
Cascade Microtech 40 Microfield Group 45 StanCorp Financial Group 4
Citizens Bancorp 51 microHelix 57 Synthetech 59
Columbia Bancorp 44 Monaco Coach Corp. 7 Tektronix 9
Columbia Sportswear Co. 8 Nike 1 Trans Max Technologies 62
Corillian Corp. 46 Northwest Natural Gas Co. 11 TriQuint Semiconductor 24
Digimarc Corp. 33 Northwest Pipe Co. 21 TRM Corp. 35
Electro Scientific Industries 27 Oregon Steel Mills 6 Tut Systems 50
FEI Co. 20 Pacific Continental Corp. 47 Umpqua Holdings Corp. 23
FLIR Systems 18 Paulson Capital Corp. 49 West Coast Bancorp 32
Fog Cutter Capital Group 48 Pixelworks 31 Willamette Valley Vineyards 53
Greenbrier Companies 10 Planar Systems 28 Williams Controls 41
Home Valley Bancorp 56 Pope & Talbot 13 Yocream International 52

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