Umpqua earnings fail to meet expectations | Print |  Email

The bank is still working through ramifications of Sterling Financial acquisition.

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Wilsonville-company plans to eliminate 200-plus jobs | Print |  Email

Mentor Graphics announces a broad restructuring plan that includes a 4 percent cut in its workforce.

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Oregon unemployment rate below national average | Print |  Email

Although the jobless rate slipped below the U.S. average for the first time since 1996, long term unemployment stays high.

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Lawmakers hear arguments in favor of carbon pricing | Print |  Email

A group of economists write a letter urging support for a carbon cap-and-dividend program.

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Sales of homes up, inventory down, in Portland | Print |  Email

HOUSING ROUNDUP: Portland homes for sale hit nine-year low; Multnomah County officials commit to building 500 affordable housing units in desirable neighborhoods; inclusionary housing bill passes House.

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State biologists suggest removing wolves from endangered list | Print |  Email

Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will be told there is enough data to justify their removal from the list.

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Gun background-check bill passes Senate | Print |  Email

A measure regulating the proliferation of firearms is expected to move quickly through the House.

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Fight over minimum wage dominates discussion in Salem | Print |  Email

The Oregon Legislature is considering 14 bills altering minimum wage regulations.

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Gov. Brown urges support for transportation package | Print |  Email

TRANSPORTATION ROUNDUP: Governor urges Oregon Legislature to answer call for improved infrastructure; Portland postpones final Uber vote; bill calls for more interstate cable barriers.

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Portland's tech boom backed by report | Print |  Email

The city's tech talent pool grew 28 percent between 2010 and 2013, outpacing Silicon Valley, Austin and Los Angeles.

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Oregonians buy 585K barrels of Oregon-produced beer in 2014 | Print |  Email

Brewers in the state added 800 jobs last year.

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Provenance Hotels adds Seattle holding | Print |  Email

Portland hotelier acquires Mayflower Park Hotel for $20 million.

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Port of Portland woes affecting upriver exporters | Print |  Email

Hapag-Lloyd represented about 90 percent of the Port of Lewiston's service.

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