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Port of Portland dispute backs up cargo

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 unveils products

SoloPower goes public at the Intersolar Europe conference with its new solar products which will be manufactured in North Portland.

Monthly job data volatile

Changes in the way jobs are tracked makes the monthly data volatile, economists say.

Oregon gets mixed review for small business help

Oregon is a great place to start a small business, but hiring costs for new employees are high, according to a new survey.

Proposed gillnetting ban pits fishermen against conservationists

Conservation groups are banding together with wealthy sport fishermen on a proposed ban on gillnetting.

Oregon adds 6,900 jobs in May

Oregon employers created one of every ten jobs in the U.S. in May.

Vestas CEO says U.S. wind market to fall 80 percent

Vestas CEO Ditlev Engel says the U.S. wind turbine market is likely to fall by 80% next year because of an expiring tax credit.