Time to move forward on Klamath Settlement | Print |  Email
Opinion
Tuesday, May 07, 2013
BY GREG ADDINGTON | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

05.07.13 Thumbnail KlamathIt is time for the people of Oregon to be heard on the Klamath Settlement and it is time for real leaders in Washington to step up, confront the hard questions, and take up the  Settlement in a meaningful way.

 

 
Six steps to solving a problem | Print |  Email
Business tips
Friday, May 03, 2013
BY TOM COX | BUSINESS TIPS CONTRIBUTOR

05.03.13 Thumbnail SixStepsGood managers adopt a shared problem-solving framework. Here's how.



 

 
Oregon provides fodder for health care debate | Print |  Email
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Thursday, May 02, 2013

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BY BRANDON SAWYER | OB RESEARCH EDITOR

New results from a unique study of the effects of health insurance coverage in Oregon have added more fuel to the debate over health care.

 

 
State should invest more in higher education | Print |  Email
Opinion
Thursday, May 02, 2013
BY MARGARET KIRKPATRICK, BILL THORNDIKE | OP-ED CONTRIBUTORS
Oregon higher education op-ed

Education reforms are important, but they shouldn’t distract us from boosting our state’s commitment to post-secondary education as the pathway to opportunity for our people and prosperity for our state. That commitment will require not only reform but investment.

 
It's hip to be square | Print |  Email
Business tips
Friday, April 26, 2013
BY TOM COX | BUSINESS TIPS CONTRIBUTOR

04.26.13 Thumbnail SquareI’ve recently come to realize it’s hip to be square. I decided this some months ago when I was helping present a powerful workshop to a corporate group, and one participant – let’s call him Joe – almost missed the boat. 

 

 
Small business owners gloomier in Oregon | Print |  Email
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Thursday, April 25, 2013

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BY BRANDON SAWYER | OB RESEARCH EDITOR

Oregon prides itself on being a small-business state, but its moms-and-pops and start-ups are not feeling loved. According to a recent survey of small business owners, the state's economy is worse off than the rest of the country.

 
Oregon lawmakers moonlight as amateur scientists | Print |  Email
Opinion
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
BY SEN. ALAN OLSEN | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

04.24.13 Thumbnail DredgeMining2 Last week the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources voted on two bills to ban legally permitted small-scale mining operations on Oregon's waterways. I voted against both bills for one simple reason: not once was the committee presented with scientific evidence that the practice of small-scale suction dredge mining is damaging to the environment.

 
Things fall apart | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, April 23, 2013
BY LINDA BAKER | OB EDITOR

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SoloPower's closure caps a gloomy 10 days for Oregon business leaders.

 

 

 

 
Public safety reform offers better return on investment | Print |  Email
Opinion
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
BY RYAN DECKERT, NIK BLOSSER AND J. DAVID ZEHNTBAUER | OP-ED CONTRIBUTORS

04.23.13 Thumbnail PrisonIf what we strive for as a state is education over incarceration, now is the time for business leaders and elected officials to face Oregon’s expensive public safety system with the same courage and forward-thinking that has made Oregon famous in the health care reform arena.

 
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