Facebook hits Oregon Trail | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

thelatestSay you're under 40 and, like most everyone else, you log into your Facebook account today. You'll notice the latest iteration of a game you played in elementary school, Oregon Trail. Only instead of rationing your resources in a classroom, you can now play for hours with friends online, spend real money in the form of facebook credits on wagon gadgetry, and, say, bomb down the Green River collecting gold coins and rescuing drowning children.

 
Clueless in the C-Suite | Print |  Email
Contributed Blogs
Tuesday, February 01, 2011

imo-blogCEOs — and others in the C-Suite — can find themselves in a bubble, an alternate reality, detached from what’s really happening in the business. Here is how you can figure out whether you are in a bubble like that, and how you can get out.

 
On the Scene: Revenge of the Electric Car | Print |  Email
On the Scene
Friday, January 28, 2011

sceneblogbwPortland State University and Portland General Electric brought filmmaker Chris Paine to Portland Thursday as part of the day-long forum on the future of electric cars at the 2011 Portland International Auto Show. The director of 2006's award-winning "Who Killed the Electric Car?" presented an audience of several hundred people with a carload of ideas.

 
Tax measure impact overstated? | Print |  Email
Ben Jacklet
Thursday, January 27, 2011
ben-blogA year has passed since the passage of Measures 66 and 67, the controversial tax increases targeted at wealthy individuals and businesses in Oregon. These measures were extremely unpopular with many within the business community, and after the vote the predictions of abandonment and downsizing were dire. Have those predictions come to pass?
 
Lompoc expands in North Portland | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

thelatestBeer enthusiasts, construction workers and a few North Williams Avenue residents stood in the cold this morning to watch an enormous crane hoist a 30-foot-tall grain silo atop Lompoc's Fifth Quarter brewery in North Portland. Among them was giddy Lompoc owner Jerry Fechter, who said the $65,000 silo will reduce his brewing costs by 25%.

 
State sues Countrywide for $14 million | Print |  Email
The Latest
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

thelatestOregon has filed two lawsuits against the infamous subprime mortgage lender Countrywide in an attempt to recover $14 million in losses to the state's pension and worker's comp funds.

 
Funding, pay and graduation rates lag for Oregon universities | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

thelatestThe latest numbers show that Oregon's support of higher education has crumbled, faculty pay lags behind other states and graduation rates have crept below the national average.

 
Tools for Driving Change | Print |  Email
Contributed Blogs
Friday, January 21, 2011

imo-blogOne of the most promising and fastest growing areas of management science is the area of organizational change. “Organizational change” is the fancy way of saying, we often know what we should do — we just don’t do it. Like diet, go to the gym, and so on. Turns out there’s a science for making that jump — from knowing we should do something, to actually doing it.

 
Jobs Watch: NWEA doubles jobs and revenues under Chapman | Print |  Email
Ben Jacklet
Thursday, January 20, 2011

ben-blogThe last time I interviewed Matt Chapman was nearly a decade ago, when he was finalist to run the Port of Portland. He didn’t get the job but he did end up getting the office. Chapman and his team at Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) recently moved into the building downtown vacated by the port, bringing new energy and jobs into Old Town, with big potential for expansion.

 
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