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Portland startup partners with Vevo | Print |  Email

Vadio Inc., a startup that aims to turn Internet listeners into viewers, will partner with the music-video website to help Web radio services host music videos.

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Albertina Kerr invests $6.5M to upgrade Gresham facility | Print |  Email

The mental health nonprofit will undertake a $6.5 million reconstruction of its Gresham campus.

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Tech industry boosts Portland rent, job growth | Print |  Email

Tech jobs account for 12.6% of all new office jobs in a two-year period; high-tech companies account for 20% of major leasing activity in the United States in 2014.

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Intel tax breaks make a 30-year guarantee | Print |  Email

The chipmaker would exempt up to $100 billion in equipment from the property taxes that other businesses pay.

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UO seeks new sports product-focus grad programs | Print |  Email

The University of Oregon wants to create two new sport product-related master's degrees —  in product design and the management of product design teams.

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Beaverton company finds home in ultralight backpacking market | Print |  Email

Since 2002, Six Moon Designs has expanded to sell its products across the globe.

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Justice Department files charges against local penny stock traders | Print |  Email

A federal grand jury indicted Salem resident Alexander Hawatmeh on charges of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and money laundering and Mikhail Galas of Vancouver with conspiracy to commit securities fraud.

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Nike promotes longtime executive to head of Nike Stores | Print |  Email

Heidi O'Neill has been named the vice president and general manager of Nike Stores; she will be responsible for overseeing the brand's global retailing.

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Eastside Distilling expands into second building | Print |  Email

The Portland-based distillery is expanding into a 41,000-square-foot building and will keep its original facility on Distillery Row.

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Portland and Medford economies contrast | Print |  Email

An economic update from the University of Oregon shows Portland grew ahead of average this spring, while Medford expanded significantly slower than average.

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Multnomah County considers selling N. Williams Avenue property | Print |  Email

The county is seeking to unload the Port City Development property, a former battery plant the county received to fulfill a debt.

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Longtime south Eugene bagel shop for sale | Print |  Email

After 37 years, the founders of the Humble Bagel, Gary and Jill Katz, are looking for a buyer.

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Poll Wrap-Up | Print |  Email

2014 NewPoll-report-newsletterthumbIn this week's poll, we asked readers: "Who should pay for the troubled Cover Oregon website?" Here are the results.

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