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Oregon's Public Companies 2008, Ranks 35-57

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Friday, August 01, 2008
AUGUST 2008: OREGON'S PUBLIC COMPANIES
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RANK
2008
RANK
2007
COMPANY (SYMBOL)
LOCATION
FISCAL
YEAR
END
REVENUE
(1000s)
2007 2006
INCOME
(1000s)
2007 2006
2007
EPS
P/E
RATIO
2007
ROE
MARKET
VALUE

(1000s)
35
37
Cascade Microtech (CSCD)
2430 N.W. 206th Ave., Beaverton 97006
12/31/07
89,922
84,852
930
3,610
0.07
146
0.9%
131,227
36
43
Pacific Continental Corp. (PCBK)
111 W. Seventh Ave., Eugene 97401
12/31/07
73,091
66,373
12,935
12,655
1.08
12
12.0%
149,426
37
41
Jewett Cameron Trading Co. Ltd. (JCTCF)
32275 N.W. Hillcrest St., North Plains 97133
8/31/07
70,516
76,096
2,295
2,339
0.96
10
16.0%
18,626
38
42
Williams Controls (WMCO)
14100 S.W. 72nd Ave., Portland 97224
9/30/07
68,924
74,634
7,937
9,549
1.03
17
46.2%
128,530
39
45
Fog Cutter Capital Group (FCCG)
1410 S.W. Jefferson St., Portland 97201
12/31/07
43,583
41,281
-10,217
-10,127
-1.28
NA
-511.9%
7,955
40
52
Paulson Capital Corp. (PLCC)
811 S.W. Naito Pkwy., Ste. 200, Portland 97204
12/31/07
30,041
13,464
4,782
-4,862
0.78
6
12.4%
28,978
41
48
Yocream International (YOCM)
5858 N.E. 87th Ave., Portland 97220
10/31/07
28,190
22,445
619
492
0.29
29
6.6%
20,119
42
47
Citizens Bancorp (CZBC)
275 S.W. Third St., Corvallis 97339
12/31/07
26,656
24,019
6,054
5,459
1.29
15
12.5%
80,047
43
46
Metro One Telecommunications (INFO)
11200 Murray Scholls Pl., Beaverton 97007
12/31/07
17,888
30,339
-14,417
-19,221
-2.74
NA
-254.4%
10,534
44
49
New World Brands (NWBD)
340 W. Fifth Ave., Eugene 97401
12/31/07
17,101
17,538
-6,703
-5,426
-0.02
NA
-174.2%
16,599
45
51
Willamette Valley Vineyards (WVVI)
8800 Enchanted Way, S.E., Turner 97392
12/31/07
16,711
14,916
1,687
1,292
0.34
19
12.5%
31,192
46
54
Home Valley Bancorp (HVYB)
P.O. Box 817, Grants Pass 97528
12/31/07
14,692
12,865
1,742
1,674
0.85
11
12.9%
18,990
47
53
Synthetech* (NZYM)
1290 Industrial Way, Albany 97322
3/31/08
14,561
12,910
-1,174
193
-0.08
NA
-14.0%
6,846
48
57
Albina Community Bancorp (ACBC)
2002 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland 97212
12/31/07
13,590
10,319
704
498
0.67
14
5.2%
10,093
49
40
Microfield Group (MICG)
111 S.W. Columbia Ave., Ste. 480, Portland 97201
12/29/07
12,626
3,202
-14,036
833
-0.17
NA
-44.9%
74,376
50
55
Schmitt Industries (SMIT)
2765 N.W. Nicolai St., Portland 97210
5/31/07
11,882
11,503
1,285
1,350
0.47
17
11.3%
16,741
51
58
AVI Biopharma (AVII)
One S.W. Columbia, Ste. 1105, Portland 97258
12/31/07
10,985
115
-27,168
-28,688
-0.50
NA
-103.0%
90,873
52
56
Bioject Medical Technologies (BJCT)
20245 S.W. 95th Ave., Tualatin 97062
12/31/07
8,348
10,795
-4,432
-7,332
-0.29
NA
-184.0%
8,472
53
NR
Znomics (ZNOM)
2611 S.W. Third Ave., Ste. 200, Portland 97201
12/31/07
636
1,020
-1,192
-75
-0.35
NA
-34.0%
35,434
54
60
MathStar (MATH)
19075 Tanasbourne Dr., Ste. 200, Hillsboro 97124
12/31/07
588
53
-20,365
-22,643
-0.59
NA
-69.0%
29,840
55
59
Rim Semiconductor Co. (RSMI)
305 N.E. 102nd Ave., Ste. 105, Portland 97220
10/31/07
15
62
-14,842
-15,966
-0.03
NA
NA
9,996
56
61
Aultra Gold (AGDI)
120 N. Fifth St., Jacksonville 97530
12/31/07
NA
NA
-596
-116
-0.0013
NA
NA
36,381
57
NR
Torrent Energy Corporation (TREN)
One S.W. Columbia St., Ste. 640, Portland 97258
3/31/07
NA
NA
-13,698
-6,360
0.00
?
-39.7%
18,557

*Results are for 2008 fiscal year.

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