December 2008
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1 The sky is not falling
2 Where did they go?
3 Down the line
4 Out of the frying pan
5 Car dealers collapse as sales drive off a cliff
6 The boxer rebellion
7 Readers put forth their legislative agenda
8 Economist Tim Duy tempers state's optimism
9 Holiday job outlook hurt by retail trimming
10 Deal Watch: Room to grow for Willamette Valley Vineyards
11 Rates on the rise
12 Q&A with Jeff Merkley on business
13 Telecom suffers and shrinks
14 Goodies can’t hold Hynix or Freightliner
15 Bottle bill changes uncork opposition
16 Graphic: Region's ski areas have bumpy ride
17 Banks get cash infusion
18 Food industry helps the hungry
19 Graphic: Portland ranks low among metros for charitable fundraising
20 Politics beat bucks in ballot measures battle
21 Mergers don’t help Oregon employment
22 Amazon on the Columbia
23 California's marine reserve efforts may shed light on Oregon's
24 Taking the temp at the job fairs
25 Summit agenda full of urgency
26 Recession? Not at the Christmas shops
27 Graphic: Oregon Christmas trees sold by species
28 A tiny fashion cluster
29 Keeping employee spirits up in a downturn
30 Trimming the office party without cutting the fun
31 September '08 employment and business indicators
32 September '08 transportation indicators
33 September '08 real estate and construction indicators
34 September '08 farming, natural resources and energy indicators
35 Next: a meth map
 

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