October 2012
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1 Next: saving artwork
2 Powerlist: law firms
3 Regional report: Valley city evolution
4 2012 CEO pay report
5 Forging ahead
6 Wheels turning
7 Fish story
8 Market growth
9 Building bridges
10 Lawn-chair balloonist's day job
11 Shoe company runs minimalist race
12 Live, work, play: Gale Castillo
13 Serving the law
14 Business support for nonprofits changes
15 Video: 100 Best Nonprofits 2012
16 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon 2012
17 Building trend lines
 

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