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Jobs Watch: Nike boots, scores | Print |  Email
Ben Jacklet
Thursday, June 24, 2010

ben-blogNike is hiring again in Beaverton after a turbulent recessionary run punctuated by a 5% downsizing last May. The company has posted openings in information technology, operations, human resources, communications and the House of Hoops, has just hired a new Chief Learning Officer and is sprinting into a new fiscal year with momentum and focus.

 
Timbers season ticket sales spike | Print |  Email
The Latest
Wednesday, June 23, 2010

thelatestThe Portland Timbers have snagged 1,000 season ticket deposits over the past 10 days for their 2011 Major League Soccer inaugural season, as World Cup buzz intensifies and Oregon fans look forward to hitting the big time next April.

 
Rain has been berry, berry bad | Print |  Email
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

thelatestSummer officially started this week, finally. This month has set a record for the wettest June ever and it isn’t over yet. The same cool, gray weather that has been depriving us of vitamin D is also  really cutting into berry farm revenue.

 
On The Scene: Bringing local downtown | Print |  Email
On the Scene
Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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Farmer's markets aren't recession-proof, but it's not a bad time to be a vendor in Portland. This year brings the Portland farmers market's largest expansion to date, with a new market downtown on Mondays and another on Thursdays at NW 23rd. These expansions show a greater desire to bring farm-fresh produce to an expanding and diversifying audience.
 
Marijuana advocates plan to appeal reclassification | Print |  Email
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Friday, June 18, 2010

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The Oregon Board of Pharmacy announced Thursday that it would remove marijuana from the list of “Schedule I Controlled Substances” to a Schedule II classification – meaning the board recognizes that marijuana does have an acceptable medical use. Oregon is the first state in the nation to take such a step, contradicting the federal government's stance on marijuana. But advocates still are disappointed and plan to appeal.
 
ClearEdge scores $40 million in Korea - next stop Oregon? | Print |  Email
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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ClearEdge, the fuel cell company headquartered in Hillsboro, made major headlines last week by announcing a $40 million agreement with Korea's LS Industrial Systems.  Despite being an Oregon company ClearEdge has yet to target Oregon as a market. Mike Upp, ClearEdge's Vice President of marketing said that is about to change.

 
Jobs Watch: Expanding Metro's mission | Print |  Email
Ben Jacklet
Wednesday, June 16, 2010

ben-blogMetro regional government leaders have operated for years on the belief that economic development and jobs are not part of their mission. Should they be? Tom Hughes believes they should be. Could his approach to creating jobs as mayor of Hillsboro work on a regional level?

 
On The Scene: Business the cowboy way | Print |  Email
On the Scene
Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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The 120-plus ranchers of Country Natural Beef put on a fair in Portland's Director Park last Wednesday to promote their product. Some of CNB’s vendors — New Seasons, Burgerville, Bon Appetit — sold CNB products and other snacks to show just where the product goes. The event displayed one thing clearly: The ranchers know what they’re doing.

 
On The Scene: The Beer Business | Print |  Email
On the Scene
Thursday, June 10, 2010

sceneblogbwOEN holds a PubTalk every month. But last night’s topic was particularly apropos: the business of beer. The panel included Irene Firmat of Full Sail Brewing, Jamie Floyd of Ninkasi, and Charlie Devereux of Double Mountain. Oregon’s craft beer industry brings $2.3 billion into the state’s economy annually and employs 4700 people.

 
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