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1 OSU scientists create new purple tomato
2 Powerlist: banks
3 Foreclosure: myths and reality
4 Exports drive job growth
5 Beyond gridlock: renewing development in the Convention Center, Rose Quarter and Lloyd districts
6 What I'm reading: Sam Blackman
7 What I'm reading: Linda Navarro
8 What I'm reading: Skip Rung
9 What I'm reading: Marie Osmunson
10 The game changers
11 East Portland rises
12 Timber split
13 Engineering stability
14 Ripe time for urban vintners
15 Rapha Roadwear's niche bike apparel
16 Expert opinion: do tax credits and business incentives create jobs?
17 Oregon's berry crop production by the numbers
18 Dave Dahl balances life, work and play
19 GlobeSherpa's smart transit
20 Reader input: sports center
21 From the Editor: That old team spirit
 

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