Umpqua cruises into Hawthorne | Print |  Email
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Thursday, December 23, 2010

thelatestUmpqua Bank opened its newest location today on SE Hawthorne Boulevard, a branch styled as a folksy hangout to further the bank's goal of embedding in Portland neighborhoods. This is the first of five "stores" that Umpqua plans to build through 2011, an expansion by 25% within the metro area for Oregon's dominant regional bank.

 
Nike on track for a $20 billion year | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

thelatestNike's fiscal second-quarter earnings increased 22%, exceeding analyst expectations of Oregon's largest company.

 
Timbers rev up for debut | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

thelatestThe Portland Timbers expect to surpass 10,000 season tickets sold by the end of the year in advance of their inaugural season as a Major League Soccer franchise.

 
Dealing with difficult people | Print |  Email
Guest Blog
Friday, December 17, 2010

imo-blogCEOs have to deal with difficult people all the time - and sometimes they themselves are the difficult ones. What are some proven ways to deal with difficult people?

 
SolarWorld reaches 1,000 jobs | Print |  Email
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Thursday, December 16, 2010

thelatestSolarWorld's five-year expansion has ended on target, with the company's addition of its 1,000th worker in Hillsboro.

 
Something fishy this way cometh | Print |  Email
Ben Jacklet
Wednesday, December 15, 2010

ben-blogJon Thenhaus’s latest business idea grew out of a simple desire to have an infinite supply of fresh basil within easy reach in the kitchen. That wish grew more complicated as he refined his ideas and followed his muse, from herbs to worms and fish. Nine prototypes and several “massive failures” later, the 37-year-old founder of Fishy Farm has developed an ingenious ecosystem for the kitchen or the back yard.

 
Leaders pull no punches at summit | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

thelatestFiscal calamity or a decade of budget austerity loom for Oregon as the recession leaves thousands of Oregonians jobless and the demand for government money outpaces its ability to pay for services, business and political leaders agreed on Monday.

 
On the Scene: leadership summit returns | Print |  Email
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Monday, December 13, 2010

sceneblogbwThe Oregon Business Plan's seventh annual leadership summit got under way this morning with the theme of breaking from business as usual. This theme comes despite major similarities between the state economy now in 2010 and in 2002 when the first summit was held.

 
Google comes to Portland - sort of | Print |  Email
Ben Jacklet
Thursday, December 09, 2010

ben-blogGoogle's head of consumer marketing has nothing but nice things to say about Portland. “We chose Portland because it has the perfect demographic, in terms of entrepreneurs and technology," says Bernardo Hernandez. "It’s dense, it’s fun, it’s lively. There’s a real community dynamic. It’s a younger crowd. And the weather is really good for this time of the year.”

 
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