Luxury RV maker to add jobs

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Coburg-based Marathon Coach Inc. plans to add 25 employees to its 147-person workforce.

 

Portland: Best city to own a dog

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The Rose City topped NerdWallet.com's list of best cities to own a dog.

 

Portland receives high national business ranking

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The Rose City ranked 17th among U.S. cities in terms of small business advantages.

 

Oregon gained 15,000 jobs

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The two-month increase was the largest since November-December 2005, but the state's unemployment rate remains unchanged at 6.9%.

 

Salem may relax rules for food trucks

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An ordinance could ease the regulations preventing food trucks and trailers from gathering on private property.

 

Commercial Vehicle Group to close Tigard plant

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The commercial-vehicle parts supplier will lay off 89 workers.

 

More Portland restaurants swap parking for outdoor seats

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Nearly a dozen restaurants use the parking spaces in front of their buildings for seating.

 
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