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nextPeople were buzzing about Portland-based Contenture’s “anti-ad network” even before the company explained what it was.

 

Powerlist: Banks

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Oregon economic indicators as of April 2009

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Farm prices return to earth

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After rapid growth driven by pricier grains and other crops during last year's speculation on ethanol, Oregon's farm prices have settled back down to 2007 levels.

 

 

Deal Watch: Allegro Music plays for keeps

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cdsIf you think digital downloads have killed the audio CD, you haven't talked to Rico Micallef, president and chief operating officer of Allegro Music Group.

 

 

Oregon's Top Private 150 Companies

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The results from our annual Private 150 ranking are understandably bleak, given that the economy has been in recession for nearly 20 months. Revenues and jobs for Oregon's privately held powerhouses fell steeply, with Big Timber continuing to take a beating, along with heavy manufacturing and auto dealerships. There were exceptions to the general downward trend, but the gains of the few were modest in comparison to the losses of the many.

 

Gaining ground

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OBMWellpartner-135Most of Oregon's private companies struggled in 2008, but a handful of well-positioned upstarts achieved impressive growth.

 
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