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Boyd Coffee Company released single-cup coffees for K-Cup brewers.

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Central Oregon jobs remain stagnant | Print |  Email

Deschutes County gained 230 jobs in March, when economists projected 250.

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Abandoned I-5 bridge project cost $200M | Print |  Email

The Columbia River Crossing paid $199,499,108 to 171 companies, consultants and others in the last 10 years.

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Local nurseries see higher demand | Print |  Email

Americans spent $50.4 billion last year on lawn and garden projects. In 2018, sales are projected to reach $61.9 billion.

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Lloyd Center moves ahead with renovations | Print |  Email

The new design focuses on pedestrian entrances and outward-facing storefronts.

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Airbnb raises $450M in funding round | Print |  Email

The San Francisco-based online rental service is said to be valued at roughly $10 billion.

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Beer prices could rise under FDA rule | Print |  Email

The Food and Drug Administration would require brewers and distillers to dry and package spent grain before distributing the material to local dairy farms.

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China facility strike affects Nike and Adidas | Print |  Email

Striking workers at a shoe factory in China disrupted shipments for Oregon's two prominent footwear companies.

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Spring thaw | Print |  Email
Spring ThawBY JASON NORRIS | OB BLOGGER

The “polar vortex” of 2014 seems to have finally thawed and we believe this change in weather will bring more sunshine to the U.S. economy as well.

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PDC to sell Burnside Bridgehead site | Print |  Email

The Portland Development Commission sold the site to Guerrilla Development Co. for $1.16 million.

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Bigfoot Beverages to pay for 'pouring rights' at UO | Print |  Email

The local Pepsi distributor will pay nearly $5 million in cash to be the University of Oregon's dominant drink supplier for the next eight years.

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Tektronix revenues down 'slightly' in Q1 | Print |  Email

Rebound will be slow for the Washington County technology company.

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Mark King named president of Adidas America | Print |  Email

King has been the CEO of TaylorMade-adidas Golf since 2003.

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