April 2010
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1 UO professor develops energy-smart awning
2 Powerlist: FDIC-Insured Financial Institutions
3 Oregon economic indicators as of January 2010
4 Bankruptcies erupt again
5 Deal Watch: Snack company swallows Beer Chips
6 Research transforms advertising world
7 Community nurtures Portland apparel sector
8 No relief yet for commercial real estate
9 Solarization begins in Pendleton
10 Ashland's Croman Mill project progresses
11 Waste-to-energy plant yields jobs
12 New headlight prevents bird strikes to planes
13 PSU German students learn business
14 Rural doctor talks success, health care
15 Female exec consortium forms in Bend
16 Shepherds Flat project boosts rural employment
17 Exporters follow the money to China
18 Oregon's auto import business crashes
19 gDiapers brings sustainability to diaper world
20 Spring sprouts economic hope
21 Priorities for public servants
 

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