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2007 Public Companies footnotes and index

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FOOTNOTES

Companies are  ranked based on revenue from the most recent fiscal year as reported in filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

N: New to the list    NA: Not applicable

 


*Results are for 2007 fiscal year.
**Acquired in June 2007 by privately held, Livingston, N.J.-based J-M Manufacturing Co. to form JM Eagle Co.
***Changed its name from Central Oregon Independent Health Services in March 2007.
†Moved headquarters from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to Eugene in 2006.
††Moved headquarters from Minneapolis, Minn. to Hillsboro in March 2006.
†††Formerly New World Entertainment Corp. Moved headquarters from Las Vegas, Nev. to Jacksonville in 2006.
§Under formal  investigation by the SEC as of June 2007 in response to shareholder allegations of fraud.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX (name, rank)
Albina Community Bancorp 57 InFocus Corp. 21 Pope & Talbot 12
Aultra Gold 61 Jewett Cameron Trading Co. Ltd. 41 Portland General Electric Co. 6
AVI Biopharma 58 LaCrosse Footwear 34 Precision Castparts Corp. 2
Axial Vector Engine Corp. 62 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. 26 PremierWest Bancorp 38
Bioject Medical Technologies 56 Lithia Motors 3 PW Eagle 14
Blount International 15 MathStar 60 RadiSys Corp. 25
Cascade Bancorp 31 McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Rest. 24 Rentrak Corp. 35
Cascade Corp. 18 Mentor Graphics Corp. 13 Rim Semiconductor Co. 59
Cascade Microtech 37 Merix Corp. 23 Schmitt Industries 55
Citizens Bancorp 47 Metro One Telecommunications 46 Schnitzer Steel Industries 5
Clear Choice Health Plans 30 Microfield Group 40 StanCorp Financial Group 4
Columbia Bancorp 39 microHelix 50 Synthetech 53
Columbia Sportswear Co. 8 Monaco Coach Corp. 7 Tektronix 9
Corillian Corp. 44 New World Brands 49 TriQuint Semiconductor 20
Digimarc Corp. 36 Nike 1 TRM Corp. 33
Electro Scientific Industries 28 Northwest Natural Gas Co. 10 Umpqua Holdings Corp. 19
FEI Co. 17 Northwest Pipe Co. 22 West Coast Bancorp 29
FLIR Systems 16 Pacific Continental Corp. 43 Willamette Valley Vineyards 51
Fog Cutter Capital Group 45 Paulson Capital Corp. 52 Williams Controls 42
Greenbrier Companies 11 Pixelworks 32 Yocream International 48
Home Valley Bancorp 54 Planar Systems 27

GLOSSARY OF TERMS
EPS Earnings per share Fully diluted earnings per share.
P/E Price/earnings ratio Price of a stock at fiscal year end divided by its earnings per share.
D/E Debt-to-equity ratio Total liabilities, not just the long-term debt, divided by shareholder’s equity and expressed as a percentage.
ROE Return on equity Amount (percentage) earned on a company’s shareholder investment. Income divided by shareholders’ equity as of the fiscal year end.
ROI Return on investment Amount (percentage) earned on a company’s total capital. Income divided by total assets as of the fiscal year end.
MARKET VALUE Figured by multiplying the number of shares outstanding by the closing stock price as of Dec. 31, 2006.


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Oregon's Public Companies list compiled by Brandon Sawyer, Oregon Business research editor. E-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 503.223.0304 with corrections or comments.

 

 

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