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State treasurer Ted Wheeler is seeking ways to add more renewable investing options.

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PGE building natural-gas fired power plant | Print |  Email

Portland General Electric has started construction on the Carty Generating Station in Boardman.

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ECONorthwest to expand northwest presence | Print |  Email

The Eugene-based economic consulting firm aims to expand into Portland and Seattle markets.

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Newport to host wave energy carpet project | Print |  Email

Researchers say the project has the potential to convert wave motion into energy.

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St. Louis capital group buys Portland tech company | Print |  Email

Revelation Global was acquired by Thompson Street Capital Partners as part of a drive to add qualitative research assets.

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With CRC dead, Bi-State Bridge Coalition ready to step up | Print |  Email

A group led by Clark County Republicans hopes to find a new solution to connect Southwest Washington and the Portland metro area.

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Portland: Where young people go to work? | Print |  Email
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How to build a hipster-friendly work environment.

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FEI will close some facilities | Print |  Email

Due to recent acquisitions, the Hillsboro-based microscope maker will consolidate some of its plants worldwide.

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Salem business owners discuss medical pot | Print |  Email

The medical marijuana industry is working to gain acceptance with the capital's business community.

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BNSF, Union Pacific want Oregon to sign confidentiality agreements | Print |  Email

The two railroad companies want to keep shipment information from the public; the agreements would restrict notification to first responders.

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Rising home prices float underwater mortgages in Oregon | Print |  Email

In the Portland area, only 5.2% of all residential properties with a mortgage held a negative equity position in the first quarter of 2014.

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Oregon to receive $3.8M settlement from GlaxoSmithKline case | Print |  Email

The state will receive $3.8 million under a multi-state settlement after the drug firm was accused of improperly marketing three pharmaceutical products.

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The business of running a food cart | Print |  Email
OBM1BY HANNAH WALLACE | OB BLOGGER

What does it take to launch and run one of these mobile food businesses?  

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