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1 OSU professor develops a better anti-depressant
2 Powerlist: Financial Planning firms
3 Oregon economic indicators as of December 2009
4 Employment ads get the axe
5 Deal Watch: Translation company finds opportunity
6 The 2010 List: 100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon
7 Employees on not-so-great workplaces
8 Secrets to employee satisfaction
9 The 100 Best Companies: By the numbers
10 Best companies provide care, leadership and fun
11 No housing in Pendleton
12 Local designer leads sewing revolution
13 Oregon's romance industry grows
14 Mercy Corps misses out on text giving
15 Portland developer builds app business
16 Precision Castparts grows with 15th acquisition
17 "Economic gardening" nurtures small businesses
18 Oregon's first crafts guild launches
19 Stagecraft Industries serves Northwest productions
20 Intel hones green-power strategy
21 Laika plans next act after successful year
22 Recession creates buyback boom
23 Floating homes weather housing crisis
24 Learning.com improves classroom teaching
25 Best practices weathering the storm
26 Economy doesn't stop 100 Best
 

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