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The former girlfriend of the Portland tech leader filed a civil lawsuit seeking nearly $3.3 million in damages from the alleged assaults.

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Deal ends grain labor dispute | Print |  Email

If ratified, the agreement between the International Longshore & Warehouse Union and Pacific Northwest grain companies will ensure that U.S. grain exports will proceed without disruption during harvest.

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High-profile backers invest in Portland startup | Print |  Email

PayRange received $2.75 million from investors with connections to Google and PayPal, and from actor Jared Leto.

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JPMorgan Chase donates to Portland economic development group | Print |  Email

The high-profile bank will invest $50,000 in Greater Portland Inc., which aims to bolster the region's economy.

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Intel pledges $100B investment in Hillsboro | Print |  Email

The company will invest $100 billion in its Washington County plants and facilities over the next 30 years.

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ZoomCare to join Oregon insurance market | Print |  Email

ZoomCare Health Insurance Inc. was issued a license to provide insurance within the state.

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Legal pot revenues could bring in $40M | Print |  Email

If Oregonians vote to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana for recreational use, state economists estimate Oregon could bring in up to $40 million a year.

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PDC prepares to sell parcel of land near convention center | Print |  Email

The Portland Development Commission will vote whether to sell the 0.31-acre parcel north of the Oregon Convention Center for $1.3 million.

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California company sues Oregonians who shared movies online | Print |  Email

Voltage Pictures LLC has sued six Oregonians it believes have illegally shared movies online using the peer-to-peer file-sharing site, BitTorrent.

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Oracle sues over $23M in disputed Cover Oregon bills | Print |  Email

The technology company filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against the health exchange website alleging that state officials have repeatedly promised to pay the company, but have not yet done so.

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Tualatin clean tech firm secures $25M | Print |  Email

Powin Energy Corp. secured a $25 million investment from a Hong Kong-based manufacturer to develop its battery storage technology.

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Oregon winemakers eyeing record grape harvest | Print |  Email

If late-season rains hold off until the last grapes are picked, a quality harvest will come just as the state's 2012 vintage wines hit the market.

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Washington manufacturing firm sold to Portland company | Print |  Email

LaCrosse Footwear Inc. acquired White's Boots, which has been operating in Spokane for 99 years.

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