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Women working more, and less, in Oregon | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

thelatestThough women are not working as much, they are working more. This paradox was highlighted in a recent report by the state’s employment department that tracked female employment numbers from the 1970s.

 
Managing the person who can't say no | Print |  Email
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Monday, February 06, 2012

imo-blogIf you’re going to be an effective manager, you need to get results from your people. That means knowing them well enough to manage each of them based on what works for them, says leadership expert Tom Cox.

 
Business accelerators grow outside Portland | Print |  Email
Linda Baker
Thursday, February 02, 2012

LindaBusiness incubators are all the rage in Portland.  Now tech accelerators are spreading around the state.  Managing editor Linda Baker reports on Oregon’s accelerator fever.

 
Bob's sage advice on staying independent | Print |  Email
Linda Baker
Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Linda What does it take to remain an independent business? Managing editor Linda Baker talks to Bob Moore, the 82-year-old founder of Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, about not selling out.

 
Democratic, Republican economic agendas put forth | Print |  Email
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Monday, January 23, 2012

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The Legislature’s House Democratic and Republican caucuses have released their policy agendas for economic recovery and job creation. But between the divergence of those agendas, duration of the Legislature’s short, upcoming session, and partisan politics in an election year, the business community may wind up holding its breath.

 
The business case for retrofitting schools | Print |  Email
Linda Baker
Friday, January 20, 2012

LindaHundreds of schools are expected to collapse in a major quake. Managing editor Linda Baker reports on the business case for seismically upgrading Oregon classroom buildings.

 
New LGBTQ magazine to start up | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

thelatestA Michael Pollan-esque summation of the business model for PQ Monthly, the new monthly LGBTQ magazine debuting in mid-February, might be: mostly online, some print, engage readers.

 
SolarWorld holiday card called racist | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

thelatestA racially charged holiday greeting is fanning the flames of a trade dispute in the solar industry, one that already has business leaders and others feeling touchy.

 
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