Demolition rift deepens after council changes direction | Print |  Email

City Council criticized by both sides as discussion about neighborhood preservation inches toward resolution.

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Columbia Sportswear alleges company used patent-protected technology | Print |  Email

The outerwear company is accusing Seirus Innovative Accessories of implementing technology without receiving permission.

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Report: State's wine industry valued at $3.35B | Print |  Email

The production of alcohol in Oregon is proving lucrative as an industry review indicates growth and breweries expand across the state.

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Records leak costs two UO staffers their jobs | Print |  Email

The president's office of the University of Oregon saw about 22,000 pages of records — some with confidential information — released to a professor before ensuring the release complied with the law.

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State sees little of tech industry's $7B year | Print |  Email

Oregon tech companies accounted for a record year in deals in 2014, but state coffers will not be significantly bolstered by that growth.

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Businesses across state embroiled in lawsuits | Print |  Email

Klamath Falls sued by PacifiCorp; blueberry growers settle with Department of Labor; Multnomah County commissioner accused of retaliation fire.

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Adidas aims to correct its 'America problem' | Print |  Email

The president of Adidas Group North America discusses the company's strategy to compete more successfully against Nike and Under Armour.

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14 Oregon companies win Good Food awards | Print |  Email

RAFT Syrups, of Portland, was honored for quality in "authentic, socially responsible" products.

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Pot growers target real estate | Print |  Email

An analysis  by OregonLive.com reveals 282 grow operations across the state as producers prepare for the legalization of recreation marijuana sales.

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City Hall nears deal for affordable housing in South Waterfront | Print |  Email

The deal would meet city's goals of providing more housing options for low-income families in South Waterfront.

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Northwest companies use online tools for real time feedback | Print |  Email

A media measurement company reaches deal with Kantar Shopcom for retail data; TinyPulse tracks employee sentiment in Oregon company.

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State legislature releases budget framework early | Print |  Email

Lawmakers in charge of Oregon's Ways and Means Committee set the record for earliest budget release last week.

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Ashland-based electric motorcycle manufacturer sold to Polaris | Print |  Email

Brammo will focus on developing drive trains and batteries after selling its motorcycle division.

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