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The plan would yield millions for the city to improve infrastructure.

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Jordan Cove Energy Project is seeking Oregon's permission to ramp up emissions.

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Monsanto agrees to pay $2.4M for GMO wheat | Print |  Email

Modified wheat found in Eastern Oregon cost growers money in lost exports.

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Direct response marketing companies taking over North Park | Print |  Email

Company headquartered in Portland grows to 150 employees with offices in Philadelphia and San Francisco.

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Intel shifting micro chips to PC unit | Print |  Email

The move is expected to happen sometime next year.

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Lawsuit provides glimpse into Nike stock options | Print |  Email

Former general manager of Nike South Africa sues because he says company's rules are unfair.

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Christmas tree farms seeing revival after lean years | Print |  Email

Large purchasers helping farms avoid end-of-season surpluses.

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Contractors sought for Portland park project | Print |  Email

City searching for bids to build $20 million worth of parks on the Eastside.

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Employment claims cost state about $50M | Print |  Email

Large payouts are the exception, not the rule.

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ESI sets sights on Asian markets with acquisition | Print |  Email

The purchase of a like-minded Chinese laser manufacturer gives company foothold in China.

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Economic recovery lags in Oregon's rural areas | Print |  Email

Towns outside of the main population centers still dealing with downturn.

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ESI will pay up to $18M for Chinese laser company | Print |  Email

The Washington County-based laser tool manufacturer has plans to purchase Wuhan Topwin Optoelectronics Technology Co.

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Eugene company lands $2M | Print |  Email

SheerID, which makes identity verification software, secured the funds from its existing group of angel investors.

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How do we skill up our future technology workforce in a smart way to take advantage of these high-paying jobs? The answer shouldn’t focus only on helping people get a bachelor’s degree.


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Proud, diverse and underpaid.

Pride in their organizations’ mission, fairness in the treatment of women and ethnic minorities, flexible work schedules — these are just a handful of workplace characteristics that employees of this year’s 100 Best Nonprofits appreciate about their organizations.


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