Negotiations continue over Centennial Mills redevelopment

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Harsch Investment Properties and the Portland Development Commission hope to reach an agreement this summer over Harsch's acquisition and development of the property.

 

Business group proposes downtown Eugene development

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Rowell Brokaw Architects seeks to transform a parking lot into a six-story building.

 

Portland startup wins $100K

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WelVU was awarded a $100,000 convertible note from The Social+Capital Partnership.

 

One million tickets sold through TriMet app

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The mobile ticketing app has been downloaded more than 80,000 times.

 

Cover Oregon: scrap or salvage?

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The online health insurance exchange's number of programming bugs has grown to 300.

 

Business association endorses five senators

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The Oregon Business Association will support five state senators running for re-election this November.

 

Northwest financial firm to merge with Baird

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McAdams Wright Ragen officials announced a merger with the Milwaukee-based investing firm.

 
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