USA TODAY: Products made for children will no longer be marked for specific genders.
BLOOMBERG: Slumping sales have led the fast food giant to shutter 59 locations this year.
BLOOMBERG: The restructuring will make search engine, research and development wings into separate companies.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Struggling social media company Twitter is hoping a partnership with the National Football League will create a much-needed source of revenue.
NEW YORK TIMES: Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price is scrambling to deal with the unintended consequences of his decision.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The largest wireless provider in America will charge full retail price for smartphones.
REGISTER-GUARD: Goats will help with landscaping at the Eugene Airport.
BEND BULLETIN: Immersion Brewing will allow Bendites to make and enjoy their own beer.
OREGONLIVE.COM: Results are in on who should be the new face of America's least-circulated currency.
PORTLAND TRIBUNE: Despite controversy, Oregon's top Democrats pledged support for women's-health organization.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A Milwaukie man was told he couldn't keep his pitbull, but then noticed the policy was not applied to everyone.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The toxic algae bloom off the Pacific Coast spans from California to Alaska.
LOS ANGELES TIMES: Ridesharing companies have touted the effect they'll have on drunken driving and a new report backs up those claims.