April 2006
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1 Lithia Motors: The art of the deal
2 01/06 employment, business filings
3 01/06 shipping, trucking, air travel numbers
4 01/06 real estate listings
5 01/06 Agriculture, forest products and energy statistics
6 Bringing dogs to work
7 In Character: a profile of Drew Mahalic, CEO, Oregon Sports Authority
8 Big Deals of the Year 2005
9 A prodigal investment
10 Rising energy costs pinch profits
11 Economic development’s new outlook
12 Haines
13 Boardman
14 Klamath Falls
15 Leadership series: Working in two worlds
16 Warmer weather, hotter grapes?
17 What’s the open primary payoff?
18 Back from the burn: Tillamook Forest Center opens
19 VIP: A conversation with Lillian Tsai, president, Tsai Communications
20 Lavender farm lands tall order
21 Portland
22 Portland
23 Portland
24 Clatskanie
25 Silverton
26 Roseburg
27 Ashland
28 Oregon Coast
29 Astoria
30 First Person: commentary by Sarah Quist Mazzocco
31 Economic outlook from the Oregon Agriculture Department
32 Port of Portland misses gains in lucrative container traffic
33 Tax advice: How to lower your audit odds
34 2005 Big Deals List: Mergers and Acquisitions
35 2005 Big Deals List: Private Financings
36 2005 Big Deals List: Public Transactions
37 Wage and hour law: U.S. Supreme Court decides on paid time
 

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