Unapproved genetically engineered wheat was discovered in an Oregon field, which could affect exports to countries that don't accept genetically modified foods.
The Oregon Investment Council approved another $250 million commitment of public pension money to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts.
An effort in China to curb pollution means Portland-area recycler Far West Fibers has to change the kinds of containers and plastic items it can accept.
Portland nonprofit Zenger Farm plans to break ground on an "urban grange."
Portland-based Telegraph Mastering is one of only two local studios that can cut a stereo vinyl lacquer.
Elephants Delicatessen added new recycling and composting stations to keep more items out of the waste stream.
Lenders foreclosed on 52,000 U.S. homes in April, down 16% from 62,000 in April 2012.