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November 2011
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1 Better birth control
2 Powerlist: Health plans
3 Few women sit on public companies' boards
4 Do people follow jobs?
5 Seed synergy
6 The state we're in: freight transport
7 Inventors face retooled patent law
8 Klamath dam removal uncertain
9 If the glove fits
10 Costs in Oregon higher than average
11 Ethanol project fuels optimism
12 Hood River outpaces the state
13 Outside the box
14 Boutique social media firms carve a market niche
15 Barhyte Specialty Foods' success
16 Business confidence is slipping
17 Dig it: behind the numbers
 

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