As plans for new stores and developments move forward, Portland's downtown retail district is undergoing a new, iconic growth phase.
Twenty years after the Pacific Northwest was designated a high-speed rail corridor, Oregon begins planning a Eugene-to-Portland high-speed rail project.
During a talk at the Portland Business Alliance Forum, Oregon economist John Mitchell predicts slow progress for 2013, long-term stagnation and an epic clash of generations.
In the aftermath of recent shootings, Oregon gun businesses report an increase in sales, and a surge in the personal protection market.
An influential Salem lobbyist weighs in on Gov. John Kitzhaber’s health care and early childhood learning plans, the future of Oregon Head Start and the inner workings of that mysterious entity, the Oregon Committee.
At the Oregon Leadership Summit, business and government leaders unite in calling for PERS reform, education investment and a decision on the Columbia River Crossing.
As health care reform efforts get under way nationally, Oregon's Department of Human Services embarks on effort to modernize long-term care for seniors and people with disabilities.
The national Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer conference held this week in Portland underscores the role of science and technology innovation as a national economic development strategy.
Conflicting economic forecasts point to the need for more analysis in a data-saturated age.
After decades of indifference or neglect, the Willamette River is emerging as a star attraction in urban renewal efforts.
After a decade of promises, Oregon's biotech sector shows signs of growth, although lack of venture capital and business accelerators continue to thwart industry development.