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Materne bypasses Coburg | Print |  Email

French applesauce maker won't be locating a new factory and 240 jobs in Coburg.

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Holiday party pitfalls | Print |  Email
BY BRANDY CODY | GUEST BLOGGER

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With the holidays in full swing, many companies are electing to celebrate with their employees by throwing holiday parties. There is always some degree of risk associated with any company-sponsored function.

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CRAiLAR reaches agreements with Adidas, IKEA | Print |  Email

Portland flax fiber supplier CRAiLAR Technologies reached a $3.2 million financing agreement with IKEA and a $2 million private placement from Hydra Ventures B.V., Adidas' corporate venture arm.

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Oregon unemployment drops to lowest point since September 2008 | Print |  Email

Oregon's unemployment rate dropped to 7.3% in November, its lowest point since September of 2008.

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Window displays: nostalgia in the digital age | Print |  Email
BY VIVIAN MCINERNY | OB BLOGGER

12.18.13 Thumbnail HolidayStoreEven in an age of stealth marketing and covert advertising, that most transparent brand messenger – the window display – remains a powerful tool for identifying and defining a store to passersby.

 

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The promise and pitfalls of eHealth | Print |  Email
BY JOE ROJAS-BURKE | OB BLOGGER

12.17.13 Thumbnail ElectronicRecordsOregon Health & Science University recently formed a partnership with Epic Systems Corp., one of the top makers of electronic medical record software. I talked about the future of "eHealth" with Dr. Aaron Cohen, an associate professor who directs commercial partnerships and collaboration for OHSU’s Informatics Discovery Lab.

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Xerox sells part of its Wilsonville operations | Print |  Email

Xerox sold a portion of its Wilsonville operations to 3D Systems for $32.5 million.

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Megaload roadblock cleared, protesters arrested | Print |  Email

Police arrested 16 protesters trying to stop a megaload of refinery equipment in John Day.

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Oregon grocers file petitions to privatize liquor sales | Print |  Email

Should Oregon government be involved in the liquor business? Voters could decide the fate of liquor privatization next year.

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Cover Oregon enrollment reaches record-breaking numbers in one week | Print |  Email

The state health insurance exchange increased their number of registrants in private health plans to an estimated 7,500 people. One week ago, only 730 people were enrolled.

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Portland lawmakers will bring 'sit-lie' debate back to Oregon Legislature | Print |  Email

Portland lawmakers plan to present a bill at the February legislative session that could spark another debate over the city's homelessness and panhandling.

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China bans shellfish imports from Pacific Northwest | Print |  Email

China has banned imports of shellfish from the U.S. West Coast after recent shipments of geoduck clams had high toxin levels.

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Young Oregonians choose between work, school | Print |  Email

Young Oregonians are seeing downsides to both going to school and getting a job, as a new study shows that high unemployment is driving many to attend college.

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