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Energy drinks fall short of claims

Energy drinks are the fastest-growing part of the beverage industry, but are now under scrutiny by the FDA and are falling short of advertised claims.

Manufacturing rises in U.S.

U.S. manufacturing had modest gains in December, boosting the economy at the start of the new year.

Nike reports profits, better strategy in China

Nike's second-quarter profits are up, and the company is back on track in China, according to CEO Mark Parker.

25,000 Oregonians to lose unemployment benefits

Federal unemployment benefits will run out for 25,000 Oregonians by the end of the year.

Bill collectors using prosecutors' letterheads

Private check collection agencies are sending letters with county district attorneys' letterheads to scare Oregonians into paying for bounced check fees.

Pfizer to run new ads over misleading ad complaints

Pfizer will pay $1 million to Oregon and run national advertising to correct prior ad campaigns that allegedly misrepresented products.

Oregon loses bid to recover $29.4M in back taxes

Oregon lost a bid in Delaware bankruptcy court to recover $29.4 million in back taxes from Washington Mutual.