Vigor Industrial puts continent's largest drydock to work | Print |  Email

The SS Algol, which is 936 feet long, docked at the Vigorous on Monday.

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Columbia Sportswear unveils NYC brand store | Print |  Email

The company's first branded store is in New York's Meatpacking District.

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Lane Co. doles out $10,000 grants for tourism proposals | Print |  Email

The county is using money from lodging taxes to pay for projects that encourage tourism in the region.

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Columbia Helicopters gets OK to fly new aircraft | Print |  Email

Eight Boeing CH-47D Chinook models will be flown by the company.

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Portland financial startup says it raised $2 million | Print |  Email

Mirador Financial develops a program to aid banks in assessing small-business loans.

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Growing Columbia Sportswear considers Vancouver | Print |  Email

Outerwear company looks to Washington city as possible site for expansion.

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Study: Nuclear plant could threaten public safety if earthquake were to strike | Print |  Email

Anti-nuclear group sponsors study that concludes plant is expensive and dangerous.

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Result of GMO initiative within 1,500 votes | Print |  Email

The final tally for Measure 92 is too close to call.

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Deal struck for Pacific Continental Bank to buy Capital Pacific Bank | Print |  Email

Portland bank acquired for $42 million.

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Local forest product group wants people to consider origin of the wood they consume | Print |  Email

OSU Extension agent wonders if people will pay more for locally-sourced wood products.

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Nike expansion project will impact traffic | Print |  Email

Road improvements will be a part of a project that includes a pair of new buildings and parking garages.

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Uber fined by city of Eugene over licensing violation | Print |  Email

City says ride-sharing company is not following rules established for taxis.

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Trio of Oregon companies given perfect score on equality index | Print |  Email

Index measuring equality for same-sex employees deemed Nike, Portland General Electric and Stoel Rives to be perfect.

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