ESI sets sights on Asian markets with acquisition | Print |  Email

The purchase of a like-minded Chinese laser manufacturer gives company foothold in China.

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Economic recovery lags in Oregon's rural areas | Print |  Email

Towns outside of the main population centers still dealing with downturn.

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ESI will pay up to $18M for Chinese laser company | Print |  Email

The Washington County-based laser tool manufacturer has plans to purchase Wuhan Topwin Optoelectronics Technology Co.

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Eugene company lands $2M | Print |  Email

SheerID, which makes identity verification software, secured the funds from its existing group of angel investors.

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Portland real-estate firm plans 'crowdfunding' site | Print |  Email

ScanlanKemperBard Cos. will launch an online crowdfunding platform for its real-estate deals.

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Eugene developer proposes 14-unit apartment building | Print |  Email

Doug Bulski hopes to build a three-story apartment complex intended for people in their 20s and 30s.

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Startup Weekend Eugene aims to jumpstart businesses | Print |  Email

The third annual Weekend will bring together designers, developers and innovators in an effort to create new companies.

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Reimagining education to solve Oregon's student debt and underemployment problems | Print |  Email
carsonstudentdept-thumbBY RYAN CARSON | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

How do we skill up our future technology workforce in a smart way to take advantage of these high-paying jobs? The answer shouldn’t focus only on helping people get a bachelor’s degree.

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Ballmers give $50M to UO | Print |  Email

Connie and Steve Ballmer's donation will help endow scholarships, hire five researchers to study obesity and pay for a marketing campaign to promote the University of Oregon's academics.

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Monsanto settles GMO wheat dispute with NW farmers | Print |  Email

The St. Louis-based company said it would prefer to settle the case for $2.4 million rather than pay for an extended legal battle.

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Portland city council to legalize Airbnb in apartments, condos | Print |  Email

Permit applications for multi-family properties would be $100 and no city inspections would be required.

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Employers adjust for impact of health reform tax | Print |  Email

Workers will see less health care coverage for more money.

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Real estate giant acquires Cresa Portland | Print |  Email

The 12 employees at Cresa will join JLL, which employs about 150 in Rose City.

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