Remember the naysayers? Those who called the South Waterfront aerial tram a boondoggle? Those who rejoiced at the massive sell off of luxury condos at the John Ross and Atwater Place?
With the increasing retirements of Baby Boomers, a massive real estate shift has created a significant increase in demand for NNN properties. The result? Increased demand has triggered higher prices and lower yields.
Back in May, we shared a common Wall Street quote about investing, “Sell in May and go away.” Fast forward to July and the most common question we have been getting from clients is, “When is the market pullback going to occur?”
Some people think Amazon’s winking eye logo is starting to look like a hoodwink.
I really didn’t know that much about angel investing, but I did know a lot about the entrepreneurial spirit.
Tom Cox interviews Dr. Mark Goulston, author of Just Listen, Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone.
Scott Kveton, the CEO of Urban Airship is taking a leave of absence from the company. As the story continues to unfold, here’s our perspective on a few of the key players.
The New Yorker recently published a sharply worded critique of “disruptive innovation,” one of the most widely cited theories in the business world today. The article raises questions about the descriptive value of disruption and innovation — whether the terms are mere buzzwords or actually explain today's extraordinarily complex and fast changing business environment.
Update: We caught up with Portland's Thomas Thurston, who shared his data driven take on the disruption controversy.
Named after the 2010 experiment by Thomas Ryan, "Robin Sages" are fake social media profiles designed to encourage linking and divulging valuable information.
The Office of Economic Analysis announced that Oregon is currently enjoying the strongest job growth since 2006. While this resurgence has been welcome, the lingering effects of the 2008 “Great Recession” continues to affect Oregon businesses, especially with regard to estate planning and business succession.
Dress for Success Oregon promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and career development tools.
Demand for organic food continues to soar: Last year, sales of organic food rose to $32.3 billion — up 10% from 2012. In Oregon, organic produce wholesaler Organically Grown Co. has been championing organic growing methods for four decades.
A new $100 million anonymous donation brings Oregon Health & Science University $82 million short of meeting its $500 million match goal.
The owner of the 40 acres of farmland—the local Boresek family—has applied to have the land's zoning changed to allow commercial development.
By 2020, coal will no longer be burned at the 38-year-old Boardman Coal Plant—it will be exported to Asia.
NuScale Power expects to bring on 105 more workers to its 194-person staff by this time next year.
Dallas-based Cypress Equities, which purchased the mall last year, will spend $50 million on the two-year remodel.
The sports apparel company paid Howard Slusher $1.525 million for his management of Nike's World Headquarters expansion.
The Oregon governor released a review urging the state to institute a fee on rail cars moving oil and other hazardous material to fund oil train safety preparedness.
The proposed bridge would cross the Columbia River at SE 192nd Avenue and Highway 14 in Washington, cross Government Island and connect to NE Airport Way in Oregon.
Urban Renaissance Group is buying the newspaper's former headquarters on SW Broadway.
CounterMedia, the 20-year-old independent book seller, is leaving its location on SW Oak Street.
Following a record first-quarter performance, the Washington County-based outdoor apparel company reported a sales growth of 16% to $324.2 million.
The online taxi service has been running a high-profile promotional campaign in Salem for the past week.
The Portland-based bike share program is in the final stages of securing a deal with REQX Ventures.
The Hillsboro-based chipmaker forecast a major slowdown.
The 108-unit multi-housing community, Sunnyside Place, was purchased by Hamilton Zanze for $14.1 million.
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Forest Grove sees growth in the burgeoning food and beverage scene.
Lane Powell Shareholder Susan K. Eggum has been elected as vice chair of programs and projects for the International Association of Defense Counsel’s (IADC’s) Employment Law Committee.
Geffen Mesher is saddened to announce the passing of long-time shareholder, Tom “Mike” Anderson, who died on July 10, 2014, from liver disease diagnosed after recent heart surgery. He was 55 years old.
Fifteen Lane Powell attorneys have been named 2014 “Oregon Super Lawyers,” and another five attorneys have been named as “Oregon Rising Stars” by Super Lawyers magazine.