Convention Center hotel foes offered land plot to drop suit | Print |  Email

Metro tried to placate foes by trading a plot of land, worth $2.5 million, for a pledge to drop lawsuits.

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Stumptown Coffee owner aims to sell | Print |  Email

The private equity firm that bought the brand in 2011 is considering selling the brand.

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Portland tops list of best beer cities | Print |  Email

Thrillist ranks Portland ahead of San Diego, Denver and Seattle.

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Mt. Bachelor closes early | Print |  Email

May 10 marks earliest closure date for the ski resort in nearly 40 years.

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Obama touts trade pact in Nike speech | Print |  Email

Nike pledges American manufacturing jobs if "fast-track" trade proposal passes.

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Pembina to move forward on pipeline without Hales | Print |  Email

The Canadian company says it is not dissuaded by Portland's mayor abandoning the project.

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Moda relying on 'significantly underfunded' program | Print |  Email

Moda Health is banking on $82.5 million that it may never receive.

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What's the cost of America's opioid problem? | Print |  Email

Companies must deal with lost productivity as well as higher medical costs.

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Statewide paid sick-leave bill headed to preliminary vote | Print |  Email

The latest draft of a bill mandating paid sick-leave is slowly making its way through the legislature.

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Portland artisans refuse to be part of Obama Nike talk | Print |  Email

Members of the "Maker" movement, who are opposed to the "fast-track" trade proposal, turn down invitation to president's speech.

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Portland mayor drops support for propane terminal | Print |  Email

Citing re-election concerns, Charlie Hales informs Port of Portland he will not support Pembina terminal.

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Oregon CEOs targeted by email scammers | Print |  Email

Digital criminals use email addresses resembling those of CEOs to commit wire fraud.

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Aerial spraying bill gains momentum in Salem | Print |  Email

An industry-supported bill emerges after several measures die this session.

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Quake as metaphor

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An international architecture firm known for its design of the National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion in New York unveiled its plan this week for a modern indoor/outdoor food market at the foot of the Morrison Bridge in downtown Portland.


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