TriMet files labor complaint against union | Print |  Email

TriMet claims the union representing most of its employees, Amalgamated Transit Union 757, is not following rules for negotiating government contracts.

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Oregon ranks 33rd worst in nation for water pollution | Print |  Email

Environment Oregon reports industrial facilities dumped 1.29 million pounds of toxic chemicals into the state's waterways in 2012.

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Program offers free coding training | Print |  Email

Code Oregon will offer free coding lessons to teach prospective employees how to develop software apps.

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La Provence to open restaurant in Beaverton | Print |  Email

The French restaurant will be situated on a 4,777-square foot endcap in Progress Ridge TownSquare.

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Puppet Labs raises $40M | Print |  Email

The Portland software maker expects to use the funds to hire more workers.

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Inpria Inc. raises another $1.5M | Print |  Email

The Corvallis-based company raised $1.45 million from the Oregon Angel Fund for new semiconductor production technology.

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Eugene sick leave proposal advances | Print |  Email

The city council voted 6-2 to develop an ordinance that would require employers to provide paid sick time to employees.

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Portland debates rules for Airbnb short-term lodging | Print |  Email

Should the web-based short-term rental service allow someone to rent out their bedroom, or their entire unit?

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A to Z Wineworks achieves top green honors | Print |  Email

The Newberg-based business became the first winery to receive "B Corporation" status.

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Oregon subsidizing Rainier rail safety project | Print |  Email

The $8.9 million project would allow 14 more oil trains to pass through the small Columbia River town.

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State worker insurance premiums cheaper next year | Print |  Email

State employees will have more options for health care in 2015, and most of the plans will be cheaper that what was offered this year.

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Eugene begins debate on paid sick leave | Print |  Email

City Council will debate whether to require private employers to provide paid sick leave to employees.

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Portland bioscience incubator readies to expand | Print |  Email

The Oregon Translational Research and Development Institute plans to add 2,500 square feet to its South Waterfront incubator.

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