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Phil Knight donates $250K to Kitzhaber campaign | Print |  Email

The donation gives Gov. John Kitzhaber's war chest a total of $2.9 million.

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State wine grape harvest shaping up to be 'epic' | Print |  Email

Industry leaders estimate the crop's total economic impact at $2.7 billion annually.

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Adidas hires prominent Nike footwear designers | Print |  Email

The designers are part of the company's plan to open a "Brooklyn Creative Studio" in New York City, which aims to drive design direction for the brand.

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Former Oregonian HQ sold | Print |  Email

Seattle-based Urban Renaissance Group purchased the building for $14.5 million.

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Intel, eBay, Oregon tech companies join fight against climate change | Print |  Email

The tech giants and more than 200 Oregon businesses signed the Oregon Business Climate Declaration.

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Pro-GMO labeling campaign reveals new TV ads | Print |  Email

Advocates of the Yes on 92 campaign have raised more than $1.8 million.

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2014 Oregon Brewers Festival generates $32.5M | Print |  Email

The economic impact of the annual beer fest increased 3.8% from the 2013 festival.

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Fiber wars bring faster services to Portland | Print |  Email

Fiber wars between Frontier Communications, CenturyLink and Google Fiber bring faster Internet service to the Portland area, but not lower prices.

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Seattle coding specialist launches Portland programs | Print |  Email

Code Fellows is looking to train Rose City residents for software development jobs.

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CrowdStreet raises $800K, brings crowdfunding to real estate | Print |  Email

The Portland startup helps connect real estate developers with investors.

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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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Grape Expectations

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Well-financed outsiders from France and California are buying up vineyards and wineries in the Willamette Valley.


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