Seattle raises minimum wage to $15 | Print |  Email

The Emerald City now holds the nation's highest minimum wage at $15 per hour.

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Port longshore union intentionally slowed work at T6 | Print |  Email

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union was found guilty of intentional slowdowns at the Port of Portland's Terminal 6.

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Hilton plans for high-end hotel in Portland | Print |  Email

Construction would begin in early 2015 and the hotel is expected to open in late 2016.

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Young entrepreneur plans to open Creswell grocery store | Print |  Email

The town has been without a full-time grocer since December.

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Apple store opened in downtown Portland | Print |  Email

The largest Apple store in the Pacific Northwest opened Saturday morning.

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Oregon pilot program helps patients eat healthier | Print |  Email

The CareOregon project Food Rx educates patients on how to shop for and prepare nutritious food.

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Intel strikes deal with environmental groups | Print |  Email

The chipmaker pledged to assess health risks from emissions at its Oregon factories, monitor air quality and report the results.

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Kitzhaber asks AG Rosenblum to sue Oracle | Print |  Email

Gov. John Kitzhaber wants Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to sue Oracle for failed Cover Oregon website.

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Salem business owners reject EID | Print |  Email

The city received enough written objections from property owners to terminate the Economic Improvement District.

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Springfield hospital plans major upgrade | Print |  Email

The McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center will spend $80 million on an expansion, to be completed by 2018.

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UO report: Portland, Eugene economies expanding beyond normal pace | Print |  Email

The University of Oregon's Regional Economic Indexes show the Oregon metro areas have fared well in recent months.

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Portland city council approves $15K for its share in green economy global study | Print |  Email

The city will participate in a sustainability study with the goal of better understanding the "relationship between environmental and industrial policy and growth."

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Intel wants to sell chips for wearable technology | Print |  Email

The chipmaker is focusing on the "eyes, ears, wrists and torso" as a new market for its hardware products.

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A legislative preview — and celebration

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Friday, January 23, 2015
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The Northwest Environmental Business Council previews the 2015 legislative agenda as Hatch Oregon celebrates Oregon's new community crowdfunding rules.


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Corner Office: Sheree Arntson

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Checking in with the managing director of Arnerich Massena.


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Raising the Stakes

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The 2014 Bend Venture Conference set a record for the most cash, investments and prizes awarded at an angel conference in the Pacific Northwest. Investments in the six winning companies exceeded $1 million. The 11th annual conference was hosted by Economic Development of Central Oregon.


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Dan and Louis Oyster Bar opens up to a changing neighborhood

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VIDEO: Revamping a Classic — an iconic eatery stays relevant in a changing marketplace.


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Behind the curtain: What students should know about accreditation and rankings

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How important are institutional and/or program evaluations provided by third parties in selecting a college or university program?


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Streetfight

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On Friday, Uber switched on an app — and with one push of the button torpedoed Portland’s famed public process.


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