Moda relying on 'significantly underfunded' program | Print |  Email

Moda Health is banking on $82.5 million that it may never receive.

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What's the cost of America's opioid problem? | Print |  Email

Companies must deal with lost productivity as well as higher medical costs.

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Statewide paid sick-leave bill headed to preliminary vote | Print |  Email

The latest draft of a bill mandating paid sick-leave is slowly making its way through the legislature.

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Portland artisans refuse to be part of Obama Nike talk | Print |  Email

Members of the "Maker" movement, who are opposed to the "fast-track" trade proposal, turn down invitation to president's speech.

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Portland mayor drops support for propane terminal | Print |  Email

Citing re-election concerns, Charlie Hales informs Port of Portland he will not support Pembina terminal.

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Oregon CEOs targeted by email scammers | Print |  Email

Digital criminals use email addresses resembling those of CEOs to commit wire fraud.

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Aerial spraying bill gains momentum in Salem | Print |  Email

An industry-supported bill emerges after several measures die this session.

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Where does Portland rank among hardest-working cities? | Print |  Email

Portlanders work an average of 42.09 hours a week.

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Portland mayor unveils budget plan | Print |  Email

Charlie Hales focuses on street improvements, relationships with police and other basic services.

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Obama to speak at Nike on Friday | Print |  Email

The president's visit highlights internal divisions over fast-track trade.

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Convention Center hotel foe offers to buy project | Print |  Email

Gordon Sondland, who led fight against Metro's plan, offers $10 million more than Hyatt. Metro rejected his offer.

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Asian-Americans passed over for leadership positions in tech sector | Print |  Email

A recent study found Asians are less likely to be named to executive boards than women.

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Oregonian chairman leaving for Register-Guard | Print |  Email

The newspaper boss is known for adjusting state's largest daily during recession.

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Power lunching at the Court Street Dairy Lunch in Salem.


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The recent tragedy in Philadelphia has called attention to Amtrak and the nation's woefully underfunded rail service. Here are six facts about the Amtrak Cascades corridor between Eugene and Vancouver B.C. 


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Are we too quick to diagnose corruption?


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6 development projects reshaping Bend

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Bend has reclaimed its prerecession title as one of the fastest growing cities in the country.


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A power lunch at Solstice Wood Fire Cafe & Bar.


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