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PGE seeks approval for solar plant near Salem | Print |  Email

Portland General Electric requested a zoning change for a proposed solar power generating site capable of producing more than 4 megawatts of electricity.

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Feds send $4.5M to Oregon | Print |  Email

The Labor Department sent the $4.5 million grant to help displaced workers.

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Intel teams with Ford on 'connected car' | Print |  Email

Researchers in Hillsboro have been working on a joint research partnership with Ford to outline ways technology could enable a car to recognize its driver and respond to commands with hand motions.

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Salem CCO earns $5M for Medicaid patients | Print |  Email

The Oregon Health Authority, which manages and pays for the care of Oregon Health Plan patients, received nearly $5 million in incentive payments.

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Portland welcomes Airbnb short-term rentals but not in apartments, condos | Print |  Email

Under the proposed ordinance, renting out condos and apartments for less than 30-day periods, or renting out entire homes for short-term vacations, would remain illegal.

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Google exec agrees to sell Willamette Heights property | Print |  Email

Kevin Rose will sell his $1.3 million home to Tom and Jennifer Saunders, long-time residents of the neighborhood.

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Portland startup raises $2M from Verizon, others | Print |  Email

MobileRQ will use the funds for smartphone marketing tools.

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Lithia Motors expanding to East Coast | Print |  Email

The Oregon-based car retailer will purchase DCH Auto Group for $362.5 million.

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Lawsuit claims Regence BlueCross BlueShield no longer acting as nonprofit | Print |  Email

The class-action lawsuit claims the Oregon nonprofit health insurer is acting like a for-profit company by stockpiling excess funds that support large salaries.

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Portland home builder sold to California construction giant | Print |  Email

Polygon Northwest Company LLC, the largest homebuilder in the Pacific Northwest, was acquired by William Lyons Homes for $520 million.

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Providence Portland $6M guest housing project underway | Print |  Email

Providence Portland Medical Center is constructing a 30-unit guest housing facility, scheduled to open in 2015.

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Ninkasi brewery becomes regional powerhouse | Print |  Email

Based on sales, the Lane County-based brewery is one of the 30 largest craft brewers in the nation.

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Trail Blazers, Ticketmaster to launch partnership | Print |  Email

The Blazers will use the ticket distributor to oversee its ticketing options.

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Fred Ziari aims to feed the global population.


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The 100 Best Companies survey is open

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We didn’t intend this issue to have an election season theme. But politics has a way of seeping into the cracks and fissures.


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A conversation with Majd El-Azma, president and CEO of LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon, followed by the Healthcare Powerlist.


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Growing a mobility cluster

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Why are there so few transportation startups in Portland?  The city’s leadership in bike, transit and pedestrian transportation has been well-documented.  But that was then — when government and nonprofits paved the way for a new, less auto centric way of life.


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