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TriQuint forecasts big jump in Q2 revenue | Print |  Email

The Hillsboro-based tech company, awaiting a merger, projects a 16% increase in second-quarter revenue.

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Phil Knight creates trust for Nike stock | Print |  Email

Knight rolled $350 million of Nike stock into a new trust as part of his estate plan.

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Clinicient to lease office space downtown | Print |  Email

The Portland medical billing software company leased 27,000 square feet at the historic Mohawk building.

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Salem cherry processor products certified GMO-free | Print |  Email

Oregon Cherry Growers added a new line of maraschinos that are free of genetically modified organisms.

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Lake Oswego company pays mothers for their breast milk | Print |  Email

Medolac Laboratories converts breast milk into a certifiably clean and storable product.

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GM recalls affect profits | Print |  Email

BBC: General Motors first quarter profits were hit by a $1.3 billion charge to cover the cost of a huge recall over defective ignition switches.

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Science confirms paper money covered with infectious bacteria | Print |  Email

TIME: A study of the bacterial content of dollar bills found that "money could function as a form of transmission."

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Trader Joe's will not reconsider Northeast Portland store | Print |  Email

Despite Mayor Charlie Hales' repeated attempts to build the grocery store on a city-owned lot, Trader Joe's officials denied the proposal.

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Airbnb laws will hurt Portland’s newest company | Print |  Email
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Proposed regulations protect Portland’s strict zoning codes and hotel operators, but they may have an adverse effect on Airbnb’s business.

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Intel to purchase wind power from Warren Buffett | Print |  Email

The chipmaker is investing in wind power to help power its data centers.

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Greenbrier hires new VP of operations | Print |  Email

The Lake Oswego-based railcar-maker named Jim Cowan its senior vice president of operations.

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Vancouver branding agency adds chief creative officer | Print |  Email

AHA!'s revenue increased 30% in 2013 to approximately $10 million; the agency projected another 30% sales growth this year.

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California fines Beaverton carnival operator for unsafe rides | Print |  Email

Butler Amusements was fined more than $100,000 for knowingly operating unsafe rides.

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