Portland telecommunication company splits into two segments | Print |  Email

Tech roundup: Integra reorganizes, brings back Electric Lightwave; AMD hopes to regain market share from Intel; shipments of PCs drop, but beat projections.

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Energy roundup: Ex-transportation chairwoman claims wrongful termination | Print |  Email

Former Transportation chairwoman claims wrongful termination for turning down coal money; Keystone XL pipeline protest planned in Salem; stage set for public comments on propane plant.

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Portland to resolve street fee, issues with Airbnb | Print |  Email

Portland City Council roundup: Street fee, short-term rentals once again on the docket.

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Leaders focus on closing urban/rural gap; cranberry grower sued | Print |  Email

Leaders clarify plan to help struggling economies; Coos County cranberry producers accused of running "shell game" to avoid paying debts.

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Colorado company invests in Lakeview for alternative energy project | Print |  Email

Small town in Southern Oregon to be site of $200M project that aims to turn forestry waste into jet fuel.

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Weyerhaeuser blames port slowdowns for layoffs | Print |  Email

Company says employees will be out of work until the mills are back in use.

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Taxi companies in Portland unite in stand against Uber | Print |  Email

Five cab companies have formed a group to argue the ridesharing app needs to adhere to the same regulations as licensed taxis.

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The Oregonian sets business-focused editorial agenda | Print |  Email

Economic sustainability of Portland, small businesses, rural Oregon headline newspaper's focus.

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Kitzhaber mum on contents of inauguration address | Print |  Email

State lawmakers will meet today before taking a recess until early February.

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State, federal lawmakers discuss Oregon timber industry | Print |  Email

Senators Wyden and Merklely proposed a pair of forestry bills Thursday.

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CFP championship roundup | Print |  Email

How Oregon grew from an also-ran to a merchandising giant, plus other business news about the big game.

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MasterCard files complaint against Nike as shoe company readies for construction | Print |  Email

The credit-card company alleged in a federal complaint that Nike coaxed a pair of cyber-security experts to break their contracts.

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Lawmakers prioritize infrastructure concerns | Print |  Email

The state legislature is putting together a package of road proposals, as the latest Portland street fee proposals flounder.

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Closing the Gap: The two Oregons and the way forward

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"Nostalgia is not an economic strategy."


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