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Oregon food stamps, welfare numbers increased slightly | Print |  Email

The numbers of Oregonians relying on welfare and food stamps rose after long-term unemployment benefits ended in December.

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California company purchases Oregon winery | Print |  Email

Foley Family Wines acquired The Four Graces in the Dundee Hills of the Willamette Valley.

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Hardware store to occupy Hollywood Bowl site | Print |  Email

Orchard's Supply paid $7.5 million for the bowling alley.

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Greenbrier Cos. lobbies to build safer oil train tank cars | Print |  Email

The Lake Oswego manufacturer says it's ready to build new cars and retrofit old ones as fast as it can.

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Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad defies order to stop work | Print |  Email

The state ordered the company to stop rebuilding sections of the railroad because it lacks a permit to put material into the Salmonberry River.

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Intel invests in software maker | Print |  Email

The chipmaker invested $740 million for an 18% share in Cloudera.

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Tigard cell company annual sales up 35% | Print |  Email

As Consumer Cellular approaches $500 million in annual revenue, the company will sell its phones at Target.

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Women continue to open more businesses in Portland | Print |  Email

The city hosts 69,000 women-owned businesses, up by about 400 since 2013.

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Oregon could cancel highway projects | Print |  Email

The state could lose about $150 million annually if Congress is unable to find additional money for the Highway Trust Fund.

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Small businesses can claim health insurance credit | Print |  Email

Cover Oregon reached an agreement with 12 insurance carriers to allow some businesses that sign up late to qualify for federal tax credit.

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Oregon DEQ to fine oil train terminal $117,292 | Print |  Email

The Department of Environmental Quality says the terminal near Clatskanie violated state law by moving more crude oil than allowed.

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Portland steps back from emergency radio tower | Print |  Email

City officials pulled away from its plan to build the 140-foot tower on Gresham Butte.

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Alaska Airlines to drop PDX flights | Print |  Email

The airline will drop flights between Portland and Atlanta and Portland to Long Beach, California.

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Podcast: Testing for Emotional Intelligence with John Hersey

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Startup culture is all the rage. Is there a downside?


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Tom Cox interviews Steve Balzac, author of "Organizational Psychology for Managers."


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By now we’ve all read the headlines: Starbucks is giving away free degrees. Except it isn’t.


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