Commerce commits to tariffs on Chinese, Taiwanese solar companies | Print |  Email

Decision seen as a move that benefits SolarWorld.

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FolioMetrix, of Portland, secures $5M investment | Print |  Email

Grail Partners is investing in the "investment management research company" that was founded in 2009.

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Sen. Devlin: Kitzhaber's budget flawed | Print |  Email

The democratic lawmaker from Tualatin says the governor's budget is risky and cuts school spending.

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Last-minute amendments ruffle street fee opponents | Print |  Email

The city council's "Tuesday Memo" is under fire as local economist Eric Fruits called the practice "hide and seek."

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State's ag industry hit hard by invasive weeds | Print |  Email

An Oregon Department of Agriculture study said that scotch broom and Armenian blackberries could be costing the economy nearly $80 million.

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CB Insights: Eight companies in 'IPO pipeline' | Print |  Email

Oregon's technology economy thought to be the strongest it's been since the mid-2000s.

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Eastern Oregon cattlemen look to end wolf protections | Print |  Email

The Umatilla County Cattleman's Association would like rules limiting their ability to kill wolves taken out of effect.

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InvestigateWest develops app tracking exemptions to the OPRL | Print |  Email

There have been 478 exemptions to the law that was aimed at fostering government transparency. 

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Junction City biogas plant exchanges lawsuits with former CEO | Print |  Email

Dean Foor is claiming he was illegally fired while JC-Biomethane is countersuing to keep a state tax credit.

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Crumbling economies employ relatively more public workers | Print |  Email

Where the business environment is suffering, public jobs represent what's available for workers.

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Retail suffered in Central Oregon due to recession | Print |  Email

The necessities — health care, schools — were able to grow in step with the bevy of new residents.

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Home sales in Portland drop in November | Print |  Email

The sales numbers were down from October, but up from November of 2013.

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Winemakers reflect fondly on 2014 | Print |  Email

Oregon Wine Board says the 2014 crop of bottles could be "the vintage of a lifetime."

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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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By now, anyone who knows about it has a position on President Obama’s executive order on immigration. The executive order is the outcome of failed attempts at getting a bill through the normal legislative process. Both Obama and his predecessor came close, but not close enough since the process broke down multiple times.


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