Uber fined by city of Eugene over licensing violation | Print |  Email

City says ride-sharing company is not following rules established for taxis.

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Trio of Oregon companies given perfect score on equality index | Print |  Email

Index measuring equality for same-sex employees deemed Nike, Portland General Electric and Stoel Rives to be perfect.

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TriMet GM's pay raise includes lucrative vacation allowance | Print |  Email

McFarlane's "vacation bank" allows for boost to his retirement package.

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Former Kitzhaber assistant to head Department of Energy | Print |  Email

Michael Kaplan gets job after serving as acting director since August 2013.

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Two Medford farms asks court to halt ban on genetically modified crops | Print |  Email

The farms hope the court will end the countywide ban or pay $4.2 million in losses.

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Doha beats Eugene in bid for track championships | Print |  Email

The capital city of Qatar was chosen by the International Association of Athletic Federations over the Oregon city and Barcelona.

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Economic development group asks Klamath County for $100,000 | Print |  Email

Klamath Inspire Development — Energize Acceleration would like money to start their project and help business owners take classes at the community college.

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Public comments sought on Portland Street Fund | Print |  Email

The plan would yield millions for the city to improve infrastructure.

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Natural gas terminal in Coos Bay could be state's biggest greenhouse gas emitter | Print |  Email

Jordan Cove Energy Project is seeking Oregon's permission to ramp up emissions.

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Monsanto agrees to pay $2.4M for GMO wheat | Print |  Email

Modified wheat found in Eastern Oregon cost growers money in lost exports.

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Direct response marketing companies taking over North Park | Print |  Email

Company headquartered in Portland grows to 150 employees with offices in Philadelphia and San Francisco.

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Intel shifting micro chips to PC unit | Print |  Email

The move is expected to happen sometime next year.

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Lawsuit provides glimpse into Nike stock options | Print |  Email

Former general manager of Nike South Africa sues because he says company's rules are unfair.

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