Adidas America will continue to sponsor the Los Angeles Clippers after the team's owner was banned from the NBA for making racist comments.
The local chapter revoked accreditation of four Oregon companies.
Oyster.com inlaced the Rose City in the No. 1 spot in its ranking of "The 7 Best Cities for Beer."
The Salem tool store has been operating for more than 30 years.
The Portland-based company will purchase prAna for $190 million in cash.
Google will decide whether to expand its one-gigabit ultra-high speed broadband cable service to Portland by the end of 2014.
San Francisco-based Foghorn Labs relocated its headquarters to Portland.
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.