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Employers paid idle longshoremen $1M since June | Print |  Email

West Coast employers have shelled out more than $1 million to Portland-area longshore union members for not working during lockouts.

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Adidas tops list for efforts to end Uzbekistan-sourced cotton | Print |  Email

The sports apparel manufacturer had the highest ranking among 49 brands judged for their efforts to eliminate the cotton in their supply chains.

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Oregon food inspectors overworked | Print |  Email

Only 68% of the state's grocery stores, bakeries and food warehouses receive a yearly health inspection.

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Governor Kitzhaber reenters Port of Portland chaos | Print |  Email

The conflict between longshore workers and terminal operator ICTSI Oregon Inc. has many trucking companies levying surcharges.

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The solution to youth unemployment | Print |  Email
02.27.14 Thumbnail TeenworkBY ERIC FRUITS

Because they have little chance of working for someone else, today’s teens need to be entrepreneurs. But, first, we must teach our teens that entrepreneurship starts small.

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Oracle Corp. pulls programmers from Cover Oregon | Print |  Email

The tech company withdrew 100 software developers trying to salvage the online health insurance exchange.

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Oregon Department of Energy approved tax credit transfer again | Print |  Email

The department approved the transfer of a $10 million business energy tax credit for an abandoned solar project.

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More jobs in Northwest Oregon, Willamette Valley | Print |  Email

The region had approximately 7,800 job vacancies to fill during 2013, but most paid less than $15 per hour.

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Portland software startup to double staff | Print |  Email

Opal Labs received $2.1 million in seed funding.

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Oregon passes bill against 'patent trolling' | Print |  Email

It is the second state in the country to do so.

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Free community college bill passes Oregon House | Print |  Email

The bill calls for the state to study the possibility of offering free classes to Oregon high school graduates.

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Portland jobs pay more, require more | Print |  Email

Vacant jobs in Rose City require more education and experience than openings elsewhere in Oregon.

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Portland outdoor apparel brand uses crowd-funding for pre-orders | Print |  Email

Wild Outdoor Apparel is using Crowd Supply to meet a $15,000 funding goal.

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