Portland Harbor is a critical economic engine stalled by the uncertainty and stigma of being a Superfund site. It will take decades to restore the Lower Willamette River and the transition will be unpleasant, expensive and complex. And crucial.
Portland’s ubiquitous food carts provide more than great food at a bargain. With low operating costs and the lure of self-employment, hundreds of immigrants, chefs and first-time business owners have turned to food carts as recession-busting businesses.
Gorilla Capital, a Eugene-based buyer and seller of foreclosed homes, has expanded into Arizona, Idaho, southwest Washington and Florida as part of a broad strategy to become the dominant national player in distressed residential real estate.
- Sykes layoffs anticipated
- Roseburg gets an incubator
- Portland works toward efficient lighting
- Helping farmers maximize crops
- Cruise ship business flounders in Astoria
- Unmanned plane business soars
- Tillamook CEO reveals strategy for future
- Reader input: Readers support tax reform, sales tax
- The year in review