U.S. stocks nudged up at the opening of trading today despite a batch of bad news.
A strongly worded letter from Southern Oregon University's law firm threatened the Jefferson Public Radio Foundation board with "expensive" lawsuits in a dispute over ownership and control of the radio stations.
Tiny Baker City is finding optimism in its real estate market.
The average price of gas in Oregon fell 13 cents in one week, raising suspicions of market rigging.
Portland-based Indow Windows closed on a $1.3 million Series A investment.
Longshoremen and electrical workers in a labor dispute at the Port of Portland have backed up cargo across the Northwest during the last two weeks.
SoloPower goes public at the Intersolar Europe conference with its new solar products which will be manufactured in North Portland.