Speculation abounds on Kitzhaber's last day as governor | Print |  Email

Kate Brown, John Kitzhaber lay low Monday before transition of the state's top position.

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Port of Portland's second-largest customer not leaving yet | Print |  Email

German shipping line will be port's largest customer when Hanjin stops coming to Portland in March.

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Business groups, GOP express concerns regarding paid sick leave bill | Print |  Email

Some warn that passage of bill would force them to "close our doors or lay people off."

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ODOT pays to study quake solutions for Medford I-5 viaduct | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Transportation has hired a company to review the bridge that could collapse should an earthquake occur.

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Business owners bemoan Hanjin's departure from Portland | Print |  Email

Companies that rely on America-to-Asia transit find themselves without options.

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Medford police chief: High violent crime ranking based on bad numbers | Print |  Email

The Southern Oregon town believes nationally-reported numbers are being blown out of proportion.

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Legal woes persist for Kitzhaber, Hayes | Print |  Email

The couple face possible Federal penalties as the state justice department says Hayes is subject to corruption charges.

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The hidden problems of data, phone centers | Print |  Email

In Hillsboro, data centers take advantage of a tax loophole -- but are these companies living up to their end of the deal?

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Meyer Memorial Trust plans for break to refocus goals | Print |  Email

The state's third-largest charitable foundation will take a hiatus from the middle of March through the fall.

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Kitzhaber resigns | Print |  Email

Oregon’s first governor to be elected to a fourth term has officially stepped down.

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Nike CFO to retire; Columbia touts $2.1B in sales in 2014 | Print |  Email

Don Blair will step down in October; Columbia Sportswear had a record year.

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Oregon congressman: West Coast port strife is 'clearly the greatest threat our nation faces' | Print |  Email

Kurt Schrader and representatives from Washington and California are urging the president to help resolve the labor strife crippling West Coast ports.

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Transportation Fairness Alliance members have mixed feelings about more cabs in Portland | Print |  Email

City Hall approved 292 more taxi operating in Portland, a move the Transportation Fairness Alliance praised, with reservations.

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