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The development giant purchased land in Old Town Chinatown for $2.6 million.

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The Portland conservation group plans to renovate the building for a food-focused industrial use.

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PGE drops requested rate hike | Print |  Email

Portland General Electric agreed to reduce its requested rate hike to 1%.

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Jama Software names first CFO | Print |  Email

The Portland tech company added Barry Allen to its leadership team.

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Made in Oregon store to open in Eugene public market | Print |  Email

The store's opening will launch the development of the $50 million Fifth Street Public Market Expansion Project.

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Oregon 2014 test scores: Stagnant | Print |  Email

Passing rates were essentially unchanged from the low levels achieved last year.

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Intel announces wearables, partnerships at developer conference | Print |  Email

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich focused on wearable and connected technology and the partnerships that will help develop the industry.

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Old Town Beaverton development receives funding boost | Print |  Email

Metro approved a $350,000 grant to fund a mixed-use development at First Street and Angel Avenue.

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Adidas moves head of design to Portland | Print |  Email

Adidas relocated its creative director, Paul Gaudio, from Germany to Oregon.

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Nike severs ties with Ray Rice | Print |  Email

Following the NFL player's indefinite suspension for domestic violence, Nike and other businesses have ended their relationships with Rice.

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Intel offers more efficient processors for data centers | Print |  Email

The chipmaker introduced new versions of its Xeon processor which aim to make data centers more flexible.

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Oregon coal facility supporters seek to overturn state rejection | Print |  Email

The Port of Morrow joined Ambre Energy to overturn the Department of State Lands' decision.

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Longtime farm store closes in Eastern Oregon | Print |  Email

Pendleton Grain Growers Inc. shuttered its stores in Pendleton, Hermiston, Milton-Freewater and Athena.

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