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2 Connections: That's what Boly:Welch is all about
3 Recent Court Decisions Shine a Renewed Light on the Desirability of Employee Arbitration Agreements
4 Growing family business
5 How agents can help you navigate Affordable Care Act
6 Tourism futures
7 Are we ready? Oregon business and disaster preparedness
8 Tourism reels in business
9 Plugging the leak
10 Polishing profits: Ten ways to "Spring Clean" your business
11 Outdoor recreation = Job creation
12 TriMet helps fuel the Portland Metro area economy
13 Cashing in on Portland's real estate boom
14 Innovation with clean diesel construction
15 The other health insurance exchange employers need to pay attention to
16 Art as a reflection of people and society
17 All about craft
18 Off the charts
19 Focused on innovation
20 The Change Makers
21 Doing It Right
22 The Online Crime Fighters
23 Investing in Women
24 Strategic Partnerships with Oregon Tech
25 Four Tips to Finance Business Growth
26 Why It Makes Financial Sense for Employers to Regularly Shop for Health Plans
27 Calling for a Cyber-Secure State
28 Inactivity is Killing Productivity
29 Taking a Business Approach to Sustainability
30 Mega-Hit
31 Honoring the Ethical
32 Is My Drug-Free Workplace Policy Up in Smoke?
33 Oregon's Culture Means Business
34 Island of Industry
35 The Competitive Advantage
36 A Fruitful Partnership
37 Leading a Wellness Revolution
38 Finding Fulfillment
39 Exit Planning and the Changing of the Guard: A Value Proposition
40 Corban University's Enduring Business Lesson: Invest in the Whole Student
41 Regional Focus Helps The Dalles Succeed
42 Raising the Barge on Compliance
43 Paying It Forward
44 The Block that Innovation Built
45 Finding Meaning in Numbers
46 Successful Stories
47 The Business of Stormwater Compliance
48 Partners in Prevention
49 Tourism Supports a More Sustainable Oregon
50 Environments: Partners in Change
51 Greener Pastures for Oregon Manufacturing
52 Banking on Culture
53 Innovation on Display
54 Salem’s Mill Creek Property Lifts the Mid- Willamette Valley to Prime Time
55 Hart Wagner Helps Clients Avoid Costly Legal Actions
56 Are you Failing Your Business by Ignoring Analytics?
57 Fictional Mailbag: Can I Fire A Medical Marijuana Cardholder?
58 NLRB Punts: Dismisses Northwestern University Football Representation Case
59 Agents of Change
60 Divided NLRB Drops Existing Rule, Adopts Union-Friendly Joint Employer Standard

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Which of the following would be most effective in reducing the cost of operating a public university in Oregon?


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Reader Input: Road Work

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Oregon's roads are crumbling, and revenues from state and local gas taxes are not sufficient to pay for improvements. We asked readers if the private sector should help fund transportation maintenance and repairs. Research partner CFM Strategic Communications conducted the poll of 366 readers in February.


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One of the hottest new investment trends has proven quite lucrative for some companies.

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