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The more they change, the more they stay the same

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Articles - March 2014
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Article Index
The more they change, the more they stay the same
Ranking the Best
Room for Improvement
Industry Breakdown
The List
Alphabetical list
Methodology

 

SMALL COMPANIES   MEDIUM COMPANIES   LARGE COMPANIES
COMPANY RANK   COMPANY RANK   COMPANY RANK
Barran Liebman LLP 2   ACME Business Consulting 11   AKT CPAs, Advisors, Consultants 20
Becker Capital Management 22   Avista Utilities 18   Andersen Construction 22
Boly:Welch 7   Cardinal Services 24   Anthro Corporation 5
Bremik Construction 30   Convergence Networks 6   Axium 13
Clatsop Community Bank 32   Delap LLP 1   Capitol Auto Group 11
Columbia Printing & Cleanroom Inc. 4   Elemental Technologies 17   Carr Auto Group 6
Core Business Services 33   Emerick Construction Co. 8   ClubSport Oregon 31
Davidson Benefits Planning LLC 23   Farleigh Wada Witt 30   Consumer Cellular 16
Evergreen Consulting Group LLC 17   Fortis Construction 16   Davis Wright Tremaine LLP 25
Finity Group LLC 8   General Sheet Metal 27   Digimarc Corporation 4
Gorilla Capital 26   Gevurtz Menashe 22   Directors Mortgage 32
The Hershey Co./Dagoba Plant 1   Hagan Hamilton Insurance 12   Gentiva Hospice of Portland 2
HFF LP 9   HealthCo Information Systems Inc. 3   Grange Co-op 10
Hitachi Consulting 13   Independent Dispatch Inc. 5   Jive Software 19
Iconic Solutions Inc. 29   Kidder Mathews 13   KPMG LLP 26
Image Pressworks 28   LifeSource Natural Foods 23   Lane Powell PC 15
Isler Northwest LLC 24   Logical Position 21   Levi Strauss & Co. 17
Jackson County Physical Therapy 15   Magnum Opus 4   Neil Kelly Company 30
Madden Industrial Craftsmen 11   Maul Foster Alongi 25   Northwest Mortgage Group Inc. 3
Marmoset 25   Ninkasi Brewing Company 29   OBEC Consulting Engineers 33
Matrix Networks 14   Pacific Benefit Consultants 19   Olsson Industrial Electric 9
Maxwell PR + Engagement 19   Point B 2   Pacific Continental Bank 28
McKenzie Commercial Contractors 12   Rogue Creamery 14   Perkins Coie LLP 1
Northwest Staffing Resources 31   SLR International Corporation 26   Pricewaterhouse­Coopers LLP 12
Redmond Dental Group 16   Smart Wireless Inc. 31   Puppet Labs Inc. 21
Research Into Action Inc. 21   Stacy and Witbeck Inc. 34   R&H Construction Co. 18
RHT Energy Solutions 10   The Standard Steel Companies 20   Ruby Receptionists 8
Robert W. Baird & Co. 5   SurveyMonkey 28   Slalom Consulting 7
Rose City Mortgage 3   Sussman Shank LLP 9   Sleep Country USA 23
Solutions YES 20   TraneOregon 7   Smarsh Inc. 27
Sterling Communications 18   Turner Construction Co. 15   T-Mobile 14
Ultimate Staffing Services 6   Urban Waxx 10   Umpqua Bank 29
XPLANE 27   Vernier Software & Technology 33   VW Credit Inc. 24
      ZRT Laboratory 32        


 

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