Junction City farmland zoned for commercial development | Print |  Email

The owner of the 40 acres of farmland—the local Boresek family—has applied to have the land's zoning changed to allow commercial development.

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Reduced Oregon coal use means more exported abroad | Print |  Email

By 2020, coal will no longer be burned at the 38-year-old Boardman Coal Plant—it will be exported to Asia.

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NuScale to add scores of Oregon jobs | Print |  Email

NuScale Power expects to bring on 105 more workers to its 194-person staff by this time next year.

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Lloyd Center to receive $50M redo | Print |  Email

Dallas-based Cypress Equities, which purchased the mall last year, will spend $50 million on the two-year remodel.

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Nike paid Phil Knight confidant $1.525M | Print |  Email

The sports apparel company paid Howard Slusher $1.525 million for his management of Nike's World Headquarters expansion.

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Gov. Kitzhaber oil train safety report sees statewide problems | Print |  Email

The Oregon governor released a review urging the state to institute a fee on rail cars moving oil and other hazardous material to fund oil train safety preparedness.

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New concept revealed for third Columbia River bridge | Print |  Email

The proposed bridge would cross the Columbia River at SE 192nd Avenue and Highway 14 in Washington, cross Government Island and connect to NE Airport Way in Oregon.

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Seattle real estate firm buys Oregonian building | Print |  Email

Urban Renaissance Group is buying the newspaper's former headquarters on SW Broadway.

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Long-time Portland retailer leaves West End | Print |  Email

CounterMedia, the 20-year-old independent book seller, is leaving its location on SW Oak Street.

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Columbia Sportswear sets record Q2 sales | Print |  Email

Following a record first-quarter performance, the Washington County-based outdoor apparel company reported a sales growth of 16% to $324.2 million.

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Uber launches in Salem, Eugene | Print |  Email

The online taxi service has been running a high-profile promotional campaign in Salem for the past week.

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Alta Bicycle Share could soon have new owner | Print |  Email

The Portland-based bike share program is in the final stages of securing a deal with REQX Ventures.

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Lattice Semiconductor shares fall 20% | Print |  Email

The Hillsboro-based chipmaker forecast a major slowdown.

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Transportation Fairness Alliance holds demonstration in Pioneer Square

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As the costs of college mount, and as employer demand for software developers soars, coding schools and classes are popping up everywhere.


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The city as startup

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Startups in the growth phase are associated with a fresh infusion of capital — human and financial — a curiosity factor and products to disrupt the market and drive demand. Portland’s economy gives off the same aroma.


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