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November 2009
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1 Next: Ink-jet fuel systems
2 Oregon economic indicators as of August 2009
3 Powerlist: Health plans
4 Business filings remain sluggish
5 Deal Watch: Big NOAA contract boosts Vigor Marine
6 Trouble in Timber Town: Decades after an industry downfall, towns still grapple with what's next
7 Down by the old mill
8 The electric acid test
9 PDX bicycle boom races through the recession
10 From ranch to runway
11 Visitors hit attractions
12 Got milk glut? Dairies struggle
13 Greens take aim at PGE's Boardman plant
14 How Oregon taxes stack up
15 Healthy jobs
16 Graphic: Oregon has high concentration of military veterans
17 Portland's greenest bank walks the line
18 Frozen assets
19 Twitter, don't be a quitter
20 Reader input: Business mood perks up
21 Surviving the recovery
 

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