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1 Next: The micro payment
2 Powerlist: Banks
3 Oregon economic indicators as of April 2009
4 Farm prices return to earth
5 Deal Watch: Allegro Music plays for keeps
6 Oregon's Top Private 150 Companies
7 Gaining ground
8 Fade to black
9 Rose's family recipe enables Beaverton Foods to prosper over the long haul
10 Barons of barter
11 Mining industry digs into the Valley's best soil
12 Oregon Caves, historic chateau help boost Josephine County
13 Warrenton's big-box plans put pressure on Astoria's businesses
14 Oregon Business wins 11 awards for excellence
15 G5 grows in search marketing
16 The buzz factor
17 Oregon Steel and the Russians
18 Share of unemployed claiming unemployment benefits
19 DNA breakthrough puts angus bulls to the test
20 Lithia burns rubber – in reverse
21 Leaky bunkers join history of bad ideas
22 Down and dirty
23 Bad times? Move to Webville
24 Sea change
25 Reader input: Sports and the economy
26 Everyone into the pool
 

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