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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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Video: Kickstarting Oregon business | Print |  Email
02.04.14 Thumbnail VideoBY JESSICA RIDGWAY | OB WEB EDITOR

Watch this OB Original Video about three Oregon companies and how crowd-funding "kickstarted" their business ideas.

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Backers of LNG project hope to raise up to $250M | Print |  Email

Calgary-based Veresen Inc. plans to issue up to $250 million in shares to finance the Jordan Cove Energy Project in Coos Bay.

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Cover Oregon enrollment deadline extended | Print |  Email

Oregonians have until April 30 to enroll in the online health insurance exchange.

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Airbnb nearing deal with Portland over short-term rentals | Print |  Email

The agreement would require the online vacation-rental service to collect an 11.5% tax on rentals in the city.

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80 workers to lose jobs at Tigard automotive plant | Print |  Email

Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc. will shut down its production and warehouse by the end of the year.

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Bend craft breweries trying to meet demand | Print |  Email

Boneyard Beer will become the fourth Bend beer maker since January to expand production.

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Oregon's per-capita income still lower than most states | Print |  Email

Despite top personal income growth, the state has the 18th lowest per-capita personal income in the United States.

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Oregon workforce to grow by 15 percent | Print |  Email

The state's workforce is projected to increase by 258,000 jobs in 10 years.

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ODOT oil transport records incomplete | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Transportation reports do not indicate where trains have moved crude oil in the state.

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