Pro-labeling campaign concedes | Print |  Email

Supporters of Measure 92 were forced to give up after the automatic recount showed they were still behind.

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Demand for Ducks duds yields big cash for retailers | Print |  Email

University of Oregon's success on the field has translated lucratively for clothing makers, retailers.

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Lawmakers of timber-dependent counties express frustration | Print |  Email

The politicians bemoan the Federal Government's struggles to maintain funding.

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UO, teaching fellows reach agreement to end strike | Print |  Email

The work stoppage lasted eight days.

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Bend's 10 Barrel Brewing sale irks fans | Print |  Email

Company has faced boycotts and online protests since being bought by brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev.

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Vaunted commission puts forth utility change recommendations | Print |  Email

The Blue Ribbon Commission on Portland Utility Oversight said it has made substantial reforms, but they will only matter if the city commissioners accept them.

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Oregon's November foreclosure numbers up over last year | Print |  Email

Washington County was home to the most foreclosures relative to 2013 in the Portland area.

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Nike alleges exiting designers stole trade secrets | Print |  Email

The sneaker and sporting-goods company says the three men took a "treasure trove of Nike product designs, research information and business plans" to Adidas.

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Group identifies 21 changes that could mitigate major earthquake damage | Print |  Email

Proposed fixes could be included in upcoming budget term.

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Tripwire acquired for $710 million | Print |  Email

Beldin Inc. shares rose 8.4 percent in response to the acquisition of the Portland company that specializes in cybersecurity.

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Judge denies adding votes to Measure 92 recount | Print |  Email

Pro-labeling group's motion falls short.

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UO plans $45 million dorm | Print |  Email

The residence hall would house 500 and allow for upgrades to Bean, Hamilton and Walton halls.

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Portland to sue Uber | Print |  Email

The city plans to take the ridesharing company to court, saying it is an "illegal, unregulated transportation service."

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