January 2014
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1 Age of disruption
2 Justin Zeulner scores environmental win for Portland Trail Blazers
3 Homeowners dwindle
4 DWFritz Automation: perfect prototype
5 Intelligent machines
6 Industry cluster talk
7 From the editor: Out of the shadows
8 Power book: Oregon's top MBA programs
9 Power book: Oregon's top commercial insurance firms
10 Power book: Oregon's top CPA firms
11 Power book: Oregon's top banks
12 Power book: Oregon's top financial planners and money managers
13 Power book: Oregon's top credit unions
14 Power book: Oregon's top commercial real estate firms
15 Power book: Oregon's top advertising, marketing and PR firms
16 Power book: Oregon's top architecture, engineering and design firms
17 Power book: Oregon's top IT consulting and tech services
18 Power book: Oregon's top meeting facilities
 

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