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UO may launch new master's degree program in Old Town | Print |  Email

If approved by the state, the University of Oregon would begin the sports product management program in 2016.

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Nike suspends endorsement deal with Adrian Peterson | Print |  Email

The Minnesota Vikings running back is facing  a felony child-abuse charge.

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Natural Grocers prepares to open in Eugene | Print |  Email

The Coburg Road location is the organic grocer's eighth store in Oregon, and 88th in the country

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Greenbrier reports $1.3B in railcar orders since June | Print |  Email

The Lake Oswego-based company has received orders for almost 39,000 railcars, valued at $3.72 billion, since September of 2013.

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Grand jury declines to indict Scott Kveton | Print |  Email

The Portland tech entrepreneur was accused of sexual assault by a former girlfriend.

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Beaverton startup releases assistive reading software | Print |  Email

Open LORE offers an inexpensive product to help those with reading disabilities.

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Owner of gorge tree farms to expand Portland HQ | Print |  Email

GreenWood Resources secured the U.S.-based Forest Stewardship Council's project certification for its Portland office.

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Cascade Policy Institute supports Measure 91 | Print |  Email

Oregon's free-market think tank voted to support the marijuana legalization initiative.

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Companies donate $690K to oppose GMO labeling | Print |  Email

Seven major food companies donated a total of $690,000 to a campaign against Measure 92, which would require genetically engineered food to be labeled in Oregon.

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Oregon carbon tax outlines receive positive response from legislative committee | Print |  Email

Researchers say a $60 per ton tax on carbon emissions would raise around $2 billion annually. 

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Clackamas County bans e-cigarettes | Print |  Email

The board voted to prohibit the use of electronic cigarettes inside all county-owned buildings and vehicles.

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Oregon RAIN looks to nurture non-Portland companies | Print |  Email

The Oregon Regional Accelerator & Innovation Network hopes to spur economic development in the southern Willamette Valley.

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Eugene tech firm takes a subsidiary | Print |  Email

Real estate technology firm IDX acquired California-based Agent Evolution.

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Tight and Loose

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As schools implement more rigorous academic standards, holistic and flexible approaches to K-12 education flourish.


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A flare-up in the Elliott Forest raises questions about détente in Oregon’s timber wars.


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Buyer's Remorse

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Parents and students paying for college today are like homeowners who bought a house just before the housing bubble burst.


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