Oregon’s export pipeline flows again

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The state sees a surge in exports to China.

 

Portland-based software company buys Maxwell Systems

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Viewpoint Construction Software recently acquired a Pennsylvania company that provides software for contractors.

 

McMinnville airline’s nonprofits owe $1M in taxes

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Evergreen International Aviation Inc.’s nonprofits have more than $1 million in delinquent taxes and interests.

 

Pearl District developers assist homeless community

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The Portland Development Commission will contribute nearly $1 million to relocate Right 2 Dream Too.

 

West End Building to get another chance

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The Lake Oswego City Council is reconsidering a proposal to rezone the Kruse Way property.

 

Lloyd Center to buy Nordstrom building

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The company that owns Lloyd Center will buy the building once the retailer vacates in January 2015.

 

Seattle company to build coastal wind farm

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Principle Power will develop the West Coast's first offshore wind energy farm 15 miles from the Coos Bay shore.

 
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