Another university parts ways with Adidas | Print |  Email

Bowling Green State University will leave Adidas and partner with Nike in 2015.

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Eugene chocolate company sold | Print |  Email

Euphoria Chocolate Company was purchased by Van and Bonnie Glass.

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TriQuint shareholders approve merger agreement | Print |  Email

Shareholders of TriQuint Semiconductor and RF Micro Devices approved the merger that will create a new $2 billion company.

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Microsoft readies for mass production of giant video screens | Print |  Email

In Wilsonville, Microsoft is preparing to mass produce 82-inch touch screens.

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Reduced hazelnut crops drive up Oregon prices | Print |  Email

A smaller than usual filbert crop out of Turkey, paired with a forecasted 20% drop in the local hazelnut harvest means higher prices and potential new markets for the state's hazelnut growers.

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Produce Row Cafe to close its doors | Print |  Email

Alan Davis, the owner of the 40-year-old business, is closing the bar for personal reasons.

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Portland Whole Foods to offer one-hour delivery service | Print |  Email

Whole Foods partnered with the one-hour grocery delivery service, Instacart.

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Oregon receives $300K for export-boosting drive | Print |  Email

The state landed $300,000 in federal grants to boost exports from Oregon companies toward international customers.

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Oregon tech, biotech groups to collaborate | Print |  Email

The Technology Association of Oregon and the Oregon Bioscience Association will join forces.

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Beaverton to add E-commerce in enterprise zone | Print |  Email

The State of Oregon approved the city's request to add an Electronic Commerce overlay to its Enterprise Zone Program.

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Cover Oregon board considered shutting down site | Print |  Email

Board leaders decided they did not have enough information to commit to a decision right now.

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Eugene farm gear firm to relocate to Coburg | Print |  Email

Rear's Manufacturing plans to move to Coburg and invest in a $20 million expansion.

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Startup PDX Challenge awards six businesses with grants | Print |  Email

The winning companies will receive a $15,000 grant from the Portland Development Commission and office space for one year.

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