The Hillsboro-based microscope maker reported weak first-quarter sales and profits.
The Eugene brewer's beer will be sold in seven states.
Washington lawmakers have invited Oregon counterparts to form the Bi-State Bridge Coalition.
The state now has 30 licensed cider-makers, up from 10 in 2010.
The sector is projected to grow by 22% between 2012 and 2022, according to a report by the Value of Jobs Coalition.
The radiation levels were a thousand times lower than the U.S. Department of Agriculture limit.
The state has a 68% overall graduation rate; the national graduation rate is 80%.
Gov. John Kitzhaber opposes Ambre Emergy's proposed Port of Morrow export terminal.
Under a previous ruling, selling refillable wine containers was illegal unless the business had a bottling license.
Oregon officially gave up on its online health insurance exchange and switched to the federal website.
The Eugene-based company purchased Floyd A. Boyd, an authorized dealer for John Deere equipment.
A growing number of businesses are finalizing lease agreements in Parkway Village.
The chipmaker will pay $143,000 in civil penalties related to fluoride emissions.
Voters will decide whether the Portland City Council should maintain control of utility operations.
Lattice Semiconductor's first quarter revenues totaled $96.6 million, up 36% from the same quarter in 2013.