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Portland maintains nation's lowest office vacancy rate | Print |  Email

The Rose City has a vacancy rate of 11%.

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Eking out a living | Print |  Email
04.08.14 thumb ourtable-coopfarmsBY HANNAH WALLACE | OB BLOGGER

It may be obvious, but most farmers don’t make a lot of money. According to preliminary data from the 2012 Agriculture Census, 52% of America’s 2.1 million principal farm-operators don’t call farming their primary occupation. Farm cooperatives may offer a solution.

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500,000 Oregonians have yet to file tax returns | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Revenue reports that approximately half a million Oregonians have not filed their personal income tax returns.

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Plan to open Willamette Falls to the public moves forward | Print |  Email

Four million dollars is needed to fund the design phase of the public vantage point at the falls.

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Nike's stock buyback passes $2.5B | Print |  Email

The company announced a four-year $8 billion share repurchase program in 2012.

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Portland health companies to simplify patient data | Print |  Email

The city's most prominent health systems are working together to provide clinicians easier access to health care information.

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Opponents of GMO ban raise $455,000 | Print |  Email

Six pesticide and plant biotechnology firms have donated thousands of dollars to the campaign against SB633.

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Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup faces delays | Print |  Email

The Environmental Protection Agency said it now anticipates completing the proposed cleanup plan in 2015.

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SEC slams former Portland analyst | Print |  Email

The Securities and Exchange Commission levied a $6.3 million fine against John Kinnucan and his former firm, Broadband Research Corp.

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Greenpeace praises Oregon data centers | Print |  Email

Greenpeace applauded the Prineville Apple center for its commitment to 100% renewable energy.

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New retailers opening in Eugene, Coburg | Print |  Email

Camping World in Coburg and Urban Waxx in Eugene have scheduled grand openings in Lane County.

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Oregonians have higher-than-average tax burden | Print |  Email

Oregonians paid 10.1% of their income to the state, putting Oregon's tax burden at 16th in the nation.

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Green your workplace | Print |  Email
100Green14logo200oxBY OB STAFF

Learn how to green your workplace and lower your environmental footprint at the office. Oregon Business presents a two-hour "Greening Your Workplace" seminar on May 28th, 2014 at the Nines Hotel in Portland.

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October 2014
Thursday, September 25, 2014
BY JON BELL

Powell's stays relevant in the digital age.


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What I'm Reading

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Nick Herinckx, CEO of Obility, and Jake Weatherly, CEO of SheerID, share what they've been reading.


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ivbU3sIXBY TOM COX | OB BLOGGER

How can you tell if you, a peer, a subordinate or a job candidate has the emotional intelligence needed to do well?


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Gone Fishing

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BY LORI TOBIAS

Business has been good to Laura Anderson, leading some to suggest she must be awfully lucky to find such success in a business notorious for failure. But luck’s had little to do with it.


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Buyer's Remorse

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Parents and students paying for college today are like homeowners who bought a house just before the housing bubble burst.


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