State expands IT monitoring

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In the wake of Cover Oregon, the state plans to monitor about 80 information technology projects with an estimated pricetag of nearly $1.4 billion.

 

Astoria manufacturer a global leader

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Lektro has become a global leader in towing the world’s aircraft with its electric tugs. 

 

Boise Cascade site transforms

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Developers are turning the building in downtown Salem into a modern apartment complex.

 

PSU strike averted

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Portland State University administrators and faculty reached a tentative contract settlement Sunday.

 

Opponents of GMO ban raise $455,000

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Friday, April 04, 2014

Six pesticide and plant biotechnology firms have donated thousands of dollars to the campaign against SB633.

 

Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup faces delays

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Friday, April 04, 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency said it now anticipates completing the proposed cleanup plan in 2015.

 

SEC slams former Portland analyst

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Friday, April 04, 2014

The Securities and Exchange Commission levied a $6.3 million fine against John Kinnucan and his former firm, Broadband Research Corp.

 
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