Ocean Power Technologies abandons Oregon wave project

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The New Jersey-based company offered its shares to the public, raising net proceeds of $12.5 million.

 

Oregon Innovation Council seeks new investment ideas

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Oregon InC will be taking proposals for ideas that will help build new and emerging industries in the state.

 

Salem council to consider grants for developers

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Salem City Council could change the Riverfront Downtown Urban Renewal plan to offer a $75,000 grant to build a rehabilitation facility.

 

Job vacancies up in small businesses

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The Oregon Employment Department reported 32,700 job openings in businesses throughout the state.

 

Business tax credits gaining traction in Congress

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Monday, April 14, 2014

The tax extenders would benefit a wide variety of industries.

 

Salem job rate, home prices up

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Job growth in the capitol is up  2.6%; home prices are up 5.7%.

 

Portland IT company reports sharp growth

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Puppet Labs doubled its business in three first-quarter metrics: customers, bookings and jobs.

 
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