Umpqua investors could net nearly $400M | Print |  Email

Two private equity firms sold a combined $243 million of shares.

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Nautilus sales jump 28% | Print |  Email

The Vancouver-based company announced a $15 million share buyback.

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Schnitzer may move forward with Centennial Mills redevelopment | Print |  Email

Developer Jordan Schnitzer's $115.7 million project would require $38.5 million in public subsidies.

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Under Armour ramps up Portland office | Print |  Email

The footwear design office now employs 40 people.

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Eugene dairy alternatives maker sold in cash deal | Print |  Email

Colorado-based WhiteWaves Food Company purchased So Delicious Dairy Free for $195 million.

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Portland teamaker completes $2.5M expansion | Print |  Email

Brew Dr. Kombucha, which spawned from Townshend's Tea Co., is now looking to expand its product line.

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Natural gas price hikes will increase costs of running a business | Print |  Email

Commercial customers of Avista Utilities will experience a 9.4% increase, industrial customers will see a 13.4% increase.

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Eugene tea companies benefit from beverage's popularity | Print |  Email

Tea consumption rose by 23% to nine gallons per person in 2009.

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Alaska Airlines begins service from Portland to Mexico | Print |  Email

The airline is offering two nonstop flights from PDX to Puerto Vallarta or Los Cabos.

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SolarWorld plans $10M expansion | Print |  Email

The Hillsboro-based solar panel factory will expand its manufacturing capacity and add 200 full-time jobs.

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Columbia Sportswear reports stellar Q3 | Print |  Email

The outdoor footwear and apparel company reported a 29% sales increase in its third quarter for a record $675.3 million.

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Adidas reaches deal with NFL | Print |  Email

NFL players are now allowed to visibly wear the company's shoes and gloves on the football field.

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Starbucks will launch delivery service in Portland | Print |  Email

Customers will be able to use the mobile app debuting next month as a delivery service.

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