Cost of $15 minimum wage hike could be too onerous | Print |  Email

A Portland economist writes that hiked spending by workers wouldn't offset costs for owners.

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Adidas vs. Forever 21 | Print |  Email

Sports apparel company sues retailer for its use of a three-stripe design.

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OHSU professor dampens excitement about 'female Viagra' | Print |  Email

Doctor says Addyi won't be effective for most women, but she will prescribe it.

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Wildfires spread as resources to fight them thin | Print |  Email

Gov. Kate Brown employs Oregon National Guard members to aid in the effort against the blazes.

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Oregon recreational pot rules released | Print |  Email

Health Authority unveils draft rules to allow recreational marijuana sales on Oct. 1.

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How valuable are the Timbers compared to their MLS counterparts? | Print |  Email

Forbes list ranks Portland's men's soccer team as the fourth-most valuable in the league.

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Controversial apartment building sells for $41M | Print |  Email

To some, Burnside 26 represents Portland's gentrification problem.

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Portland votes to decommission reservoirs | Print |  Email

The council has yet to decide whether to cover the Mt. Tabor reservoirs.

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The first-ever marijuana commercial that wasn't | Print |  Email

KATU pulled the advertisement for legal pot, which would have been first in the nation.

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Oregon unemployment increases in July | Print |  Email

Despite an increased number of job openings, the state's jobless rate rose to 5.9%.

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Willamette Valley Vineyards seeks $6M investment | Print |  Email

The company is launching a preferred stock offering to aid expansion.

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Portland salad subscription company grows | Print |  Email

Möbius Microfarms builds modular aquaponics systems and will launch a salad subscription service.

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Price of gas in Oregon stays under $3 a gallon | Print |  Email

Fuel prices in the Midwest have increased substantially, but in Oregon, the cost has decreased.

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