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Gert Boyle, the chairwoman of Columbia Sportswear, made the anonymous $100-million donation last month.

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TiE Pearl Incubator recruiting for startups | Print |  Email

The incubator, housed in the ISITE offices, is looking for new startups to fill its space.

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Nike ups Kevin Durant offer by $90M | Print |  Email

By staying with Nike Inc. the NBA superstar will make $350 million over 20 years.

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Port of St. Helens expansion plan rejected | Print |  Email

The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals sent the port's industrial expansion plans back to the drawing board.

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Video: The 100 Best Survey | Print |  Email

100-best-logo-2015 500pxw-1OB Research Editor Kim Moore shares some pointers about the 100 Best Companies to Work For survey.

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Natural Grocers to build on PDC property | Print |  Email

The community-centric grocery store will begin construction in Northeast Portland this fall.

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North Portland Goodwill store on the market | Print |  Email

The 10,720-square-foot building on North Lombard Street is listed for $2.5 million.

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Roseburg forestry workers receive $10M boost | Print |  Email

United Fund Advisors put $10 million in New Markets Tax Credit financing toward Roseburg Forest Products.

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Cover Oregon consultant bills cost $600K | Print |  Email

Clyde Hamstreet, the consultant hired to fix the troubled health care exchange, cost the state nearly $600,000.

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Metro asks judge to throw out opposing legal challenges | Print |  Email

Metro asked the court to shut down potential legal challenges by opponents of the proposed hotel north of the Oregon Convention Center.

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Intel to receive local tax breaks | Print |  Email

Local officials approved a tax break that could be worth $2 billion as the chipmaker expands in Washington County.

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ClearEdge Power buyer will exit Oregon | Print |  Email

South Korea-based Doosan Corp. has no plans to continue operating in Hillsboro.

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Two Oregon timber families donate to Richardson campaign | Print |  Email

The families who own the Seneca Family of Companies and Freres Timber Inc. donated a combined $150,000 to Republican Rep. Dennis Richardson's campaign.

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Why has six years become an acceptable investment in public undergraduate education that over-promises and underperforms?


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Parents and students paying for college today are like homeowners who bought a house just before the housing bubble burst.


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