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Portland marketing startup raises $2M | Print |  Email

MobilePaks received $2 million from the Oregon Angel Fund and other investors.

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Oregon drone makers targets farmers | Print |  Email

Clackamas-based Aerial Technology Inc. makes unmanned aerial vehicles that are able to fly over a field and gather information through multi-spectral cameras.

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Qorvo to site HQs in Oregon and North Carolina | Print |  Email

Qorvo, the merger of TriQuint Semiconductor and RF Micro Devices, will be headquartered in both Hillsboro and Greensboro, NC.

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DHS to aid businesses in hiring disabled workers | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Human Services will invest $6.75 million to transform organizations into integrated employee environments, where disabled employees work alongside non-disabled workers.

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TriQuint, RFMD reveal new name | Print |  Email

TriQuint Semiconductor and RF Micro Devices will now be known as Qorvo (Kor-vo).

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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison steps down | Print |  Email

Mark Hurd and Safra Catz, the software maker's co-presidents, were both named chief executive officers.

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Thousands apply for Code Oregon training | Print |  Email

The free software development training program has already gathered 6,000 applicants.

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Hillsboro whiskey maker expands to distilling | Print |  Email

Big Bottom Whiskey now plans to make whiskey, rum, brandy and gin.

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Business leader Doug Barrett passes away | Print |  Email

Barrett, president of Cascade TEK in Hillsboro and former chairman of the Greater Hillsboro Area Chamber of Commerce Board, died at the age of 67.

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Oregon minimum wage to increase by 15 cents | Print |  Email

The state's lowest legal wage will rise to $9.25 an hour in 2015.

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Growing creative agency leases new space in North Portland | Print |  Email

Instrument Marketing leased all of the available office space at the East Building at One North.

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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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