July 2008

Q&A with Bob of Bob's Red Mill

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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

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RISING PRICES and lackluster consumer spending isn’t bad for all businesses. Take food for example. After all, you’ve got to eat, right?

 

 

Feds release LNG impact report

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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

In a move that exemplifies the growing rift both within and without Oregon state government over liquefied natural gas terminals, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in June gave an environmental endorsement to a proposed project on the Columbia River.

 

 

Sales decline prompts Mt. Bachelor shakeup

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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

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As the final days of last winter’s ski season wound to a close, Powdr Corp. — which runs the Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort — took the dramatic step of firing the majority of the resort’s top management.

 

 

Rosy forecast sees 100,000 jobs on the horizon

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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

PORTLAND The current economy might be sinking, sucking down jobs and incomes with it, but at least one group is bullish on future employment growth.

 

 

Lumber prices and output chopped

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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

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Unlike oil and farm products, lumber prices have not been appreciating.

 

 

Oregon Business honored for journalism excellence

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Archives - July 2008
Tuesday, July 01, 2008

t_cover0807Oregon Business magazine has won six awards for outstanding work from the Oregon/Southwest Washington Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

 

 

University enrollment projected to increase

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Archives - July 2008
Tuesday, July 01, 2008

PSUcampus.jpgThis fall, the Oregon University System expects another increase in enrollment, even though lenders of federally backed student loans are becoming more selective with their money in the ongoing credit crisis.

 

 
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