Business groups, legislators discuss goals of upcoming year as UO report indicates growth | Print |  Email

Leaders from the private and public sectors will discuss ways to create more prosperity before the upcoming legislative session at the annual Oregon Business Summit, which will be held today in Portland.

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Majority stake of Ruby Receptionists sells for $38.8M | Print |  Email

The majority of the Portland-based phone receptionist business's shares were bought by Updata Partners, of Washington, D.C.

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Change coming to NW Portland | Print |  Email

Developers look to put a 14-story apartment building at NW 21st and Raleigh, while Grand Central Bakery looks into repurposing its location at NW 22nd and York.

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Industrial hemp rules to be discussed at public hearing | Print |  Email

Farmers are looking to put crops in the ground by the spring.

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Study: Oregon is No. 1 destination for people relocating | Print |  Email

Relatively low housing costs combined with being in a desirable region put Oregon atop the United Van Lines' 38th annual study.

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Pabst uses 'confusingly similar version' of iconic sign | Print |  Email

The Portland City Council is mulling a lawsuit against the beer maker over a disputed use of intellectual property.

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Lane Co. construction has best year since recession | Print |  Email

In step with a boom in private building, the county also saw dependency on public funding for projects drop.

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Navy alters environmental impact statement in favor of more sonobuoys | Print |  Email

The Navy allowed that upping the number of antisubmarine warfare devices "is likely to adversely affect" an endangered breed of turtles.

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Sen. Wyden discusses trade policies in town hall meeting | Print |  Email

Union leaders urged the senior senator to eschew "fast track" control for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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West Coast ports request mediation with longshore union | Print |  Email

Negotiations have lasted about seven months.

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Portland Business Alliance studies strengths, weaknesses of economy | Print |  Email

The study confirms what others have said about the prevalence of new jobs and the absence of increasing wages.

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Thirteen schools receive grants for earthquake preparation | Print |  Email

Business Oregon will dole out a total of about $15 million to 12 school districts and one community college.

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Oregon video game producers get own group | Print |  Email

Oregon Video Game Association will be a part of the Technology Association of Oregon.

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