Oregon Senator seeks college debt reform | Print |  Email

Sen. Jeff Merkley introduces legislation that would tie debt payments to income.

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Adidas hopes to sell golf business | Print |  Email

The future of Taylor Made brands is uncertain.

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Oregon pot producers stress branding | Print |  Email

Marijuana growers want the crop to be treated as produce.

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Public companies must disclose CEO-worker pay ratio | Print |  Email

Federal regulators establish rule mandating publicly-owned companies to reveal the ratio between executives' compensation and employees' median wage.

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Portland, Uber lobbyist ties emerge | Print |  Email

Representatives for the ridesharing company spend more time, money in City Hall than anyone else, report reveals.

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Judge: Cylvia Hayes acted as public official, must release emails | Print |  Email

Marion County ruling deems former first lady's correspondence to be part of the public record.

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Cattle paces Oregon ag production | Print |  Email

Revenue for cattle and calves approximates $1 billion, displacing greenhouse and nursery products for the first time in two decades.

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Google Fiber announces plans to launch in San Antonio | Print |  Email

Portland is one of three markets left wondering if/when the super fast Internet service will come to town.

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Comcast boosts Internet service for low-income families | Print |  Email

The company announces its discounted service will be delivered at 10 megabits per second.

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Details about government incentives for businesses to be disclosed | Print |  Email

New accounting standard will require governments to reveal the annual cost of tax breaks.

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Building starts on substance-free apartment building | Print |  Email

Northeast Portland housing development with 47 units will be drug- and alcohol-free.

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Hopworks receives another eco-friendly distinction | Print |  Email

Portland-based brewery is first to be recognized as a SalmonSafe Certified business.

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Professor allegedly fired from Eugene university for pregnancy out of wedlock | Print |  Email

Northwest Christian University allegedly gave woman an ultimatum after she informed her supervisors she was pregnant.

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