January 2011
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1 PSU prof invents Parkinson's monitor
2 Powerlist: Oregon MBA Programs
3 Timeline charts three decades of change
4 30 ideas for the future
5 Three decades of wins and losses for Oregon business
6 Kitzhaber addresses green tech, China and jobs
7 The State We're In: Wheat prices rise
8 Oregon economic indicators as of October 2010
9 Dealwatch January 2011
10 Sam Naito works full time at age 90
11 Brewers help restore Deschutes river
12 Study examines mushroom habitat
13 Bicycle oriented development catches on
14 Chocolate business stays sweet
15 Reedsport tackles recurrent flooding
16 Raghu Raghavan keeps Act-On local
17 Tip pool ruling cuts restaurant costs
18 VocalBooth to star on American Idol
19 Keen approaches $200M in revenue
20 From the Editor: 30 years and counting
21 Readers want more sales, less weight
 

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