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|Saturday, July 01, 2006|
The billion-dollar club just got bigger
The Oregon Business Private 150 welcomes two new billion-dollar babies this year as the number of companies reporting annual revenues of more than $1 billion expanded.
Window and door-maker Jeld-Wen once again leads the pack and forest products company Hampton Affiliates moves up a notch from last year to No. 2. Two new companies, jet fuel distributor EPIC Aviation and retirement community developer Colson & Colson Holiday Retirement Corp., both based in Salem, join the billion-dollar club.
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Grant Thornton is research adviser and sponsor of Oregon Business' Private 150 list.
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