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050614 thumb heartbleedBY DON MORRISON | OB GUEST CONTRIBUTOR

While the technology renaissance we have gone through has certainly benefited consumers and businesses alike, it’s also brought a new vulnerability with it – the emergence of cybercrime.

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ClearEdge Power seeks bankruptcy protection | Print |  Email

The Hillsboro fuel-cell manufacturer will have to restructure millions of dollars in debt to survive.

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Business incubator/accelerator to launch in Willamette Valley | Print |  Email

RAIN, the Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network, will help businesses start and grow and will create jobs in the southern Willamette Valley.

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Amorphyx seeks to reshape business of display manufacturing | Print |  Email

Team members hope the process they are developing will be adopted by the world's largest display manufacturers.

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Portland startup offers 'pre-built' outdoor adventures | Print |  Email

Outdoor Project published its 1,000th adventure: a backcountry ski trip to Todd Lake.

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Expert hints at Nike manufacturing in Oregon | Print |  Email

Sharon Blair, director of Portland Sewing, said Nike plans to hire designers and begin manufacturing at its Washington County headquarters.

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Energy department director resigns | Print |  Email

Lisa Schwartz resigned as director of the Oregon Department of Energy.

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OSU fires basketball coach | Print |  Email

Oregon State University will have to pay Craig Robinson $4 million for his departure.

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Jibe Consulting to move HQ to Seattle area | Print |  Email

The company will relocate to Bellevue, but will continue "significant operations" in Portland.

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Lane County incubator helps small businesses grow | Print |  Email

The EuGenius Market helped at least five companies move into retail locations.

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Where did all the workers go? | Print |  Email
050214 thumb notworkingBY ERIC FRUITS | OB BLOGGER

Something has happened to Oregon over the past decade to cause steep declines in incomes and willingness to work. 

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Marion County bans medical marijuana dispensaries | Print |  Email

The county implemented a one-year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries.

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Greenbrier lands major barge order | Print |  Email

The barge order will allow Greenbrier Cos. to hire 200 new workers.

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