How the West Coast tech boom is reshaping Wall Street | Print |  Email

Finding themselves competing for talent, investment banks relax expectations for young workers.

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Five Oregon cities make list of 'best small towns' | Print |  Email

List of the 100 Best Small Towns in America includes five cities in Oregon.

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Business leaders rally around school funding | Print |  Email

The 2013 legislative compromise to balance the state budget and the state’s public schools with new money has been mostly undone.

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Intel, Altera confirm near-$17B purchase | Print |  Email

Consolidation in the chip sector continues as the world's largest chipmaker gets larger.

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Flir continues to explore consumer tech sector | Print |  Email

Company hopes its spy-based technology goes mainstream.

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Rogue works with Woolen Mills to create Pendleton Pilsner | Print |  Email

New beer offering will make its first appearance on July 22.

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Legislature passes worker protection bills | Print |  Email

Bills that aim to address wage theft and the gender pay gap head to Gov. Kate Brown.

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Port of Portland director criticizes mayor | Print |  Email

Bill Wyatt says Hales' actions are adversely affecting city's relationship with businesses.

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Bend representative defends Kitzhaber whistleblower | Print |  Email

"Michael Rodgers isn't an Oregon criminal – he is an Oregon hero," Knute Buehler said.

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Oregon seeks to expand aquafarming | Print |  Email

Report commissioned by the Department of Agriculture concludes the state should double the size of fish farming industry.

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UO has nation's largest athletic department | Print |  Email

The football team's new training facility was counted in the department's income statement, pushing it to the top of the list.

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Nike linked to FIFA bribery scandal | Print |  Email

According to an indictment, a sportswear company acted improperly in pursuing a sponsorship deal from Brazil.

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State braces for cost of fighting wildfires | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Forestry urges caution given the $200 million it cost to fight fires over the past two summers.

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