An interview in U.S. News & World Report argues young people come to the Rose City to be entrepreneurs, not retire.
Low-wage jobs trigger demand for public assistance; the average worker also spends more on health insurance.
The controversial Port of St. Helens dock reconstruction is being considered for a portion of the state's $4 million in transportation grants.
Good news comes for pair of Oregon companies seeking to entrench themselves in their respective industries.
Drones, support for rural Oregon, and wages all discussed at Tuesday's meeting.
The Lake Oswego-based railcar manufacturing company made an agreement for 19.5 percent of Amsted-Maxion Hortolandia.
The young aviation company is setting its sights high.
The study argues that without a comprehensive plan to mitigate traffic, Oregon businesses could fall behind in the future.
Leaders from the private and public sectors will discuss ways to create more prosperity before the upcoming legislative session at the annual Oregon Business Summit, which will be held today in Portland.
The majority of the Portland-based phone receptionist business's shares were bought by Updata Partners, of Washington, D.C.
Farmers are looking to put crops in the ground by the spring.
Relatively low housing costs combined with being in a desirable region put Oregon atop the United Van Lines' 38th annual study.