September 2006
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1 John Kitzhaber touts new solution to Oregon's health care crisis
2 What’s the cure to our health care system?
3 In Character: Profile of Erath Vineyards' founder, Dick Erath
4 Survey finds businesses unprepared for boomers retiring
5 PR: Honesty is always the best crisis policy
6 The 50 highest-paid CEOs in Oregon
7 Lakeview
8 Redmond
9 Bend
10 Portland
11 Beaverton
12 Salem
13 Salem
14 Rickreall
15 Reedsport
16 North Bend
17 Putting the biodiesel plant in the farmer’s hands
18 New academy targets young entrepreneurs in Portland
19 Green building: LEED recognizes Oregon home
20 Communities clamor for better airports statewide
21 First Person: Commentary from Dave Squire, president of the Entrepreneurs Foundation of the Northwest
22 Nurturing philanthropy grows employee morale
23 Networking websites create business leads
24 How to find funds for workforce training
25 Rules for contractors: Clarifying jobs
26 Financial planning: Preparing for partnership
27 VIP: Conversation with Sue Hildick, President of Chalkboard project
28 July '06 employment and business filing indicators
29 July '06 farming, natural resources and energy indicators
30 July '06 transportation indicators
31 Oregon's trucking industry accelerates
32 Software publishing sector appears promising
33 THE 50 HIGHEST-PAID PUBLIC COMPANY CEOs IN OREGON
 

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