The Oregon Public Retirement Fund could become a public corporation.
Mack Urban plans to build a 281-unit apartment building in Portland.
The city's teachers will vote to authorize a strike next week.
A conversation with Travel Oregon CEO Todd Davidson.
The global shipping company plans to stop calling on one of four West Coast ports, including the Port of Portland.
A state audit shows the public transit agency's challenges revolve around employee morale, maintenance safety and unfunded financial obligations.
The Oregon Farm Bureau is fighting a proposed ban from organic farmers to prohibit genetically modified crops in Jackson County.
The Boise Cascade warehouse in downtown Salem is converting into a private real estate development.
The Lake Oswego-based media company made Forbes' list of the nation's 100 Most Promising Companies.
Oregon lawmakers rejected another bill to build a bridge across the Columbia River.
The state's job growth was third fastest last year.
The industrial hemp amendment allows colleges, universities and state agriculture departments to grow hemp for research purposes.
Plywerk owner Kjell van Zoen talks to Oregon Business about bringing manufacturing back to the United States, lean manufacturing and the value of buying local.
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden is poised to head the Senate Finance Committee.
The measure allowing public union employees to refuse to pay their dues will appear before the U.S. Supreme Court this month.