Portland will have $5.9M to spend

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Friday, December 20, 2013

Portland will have $5.9 million in ongoing revenue to spend during the next five fiscal years.

 

Creditors want Evergreen to declare Chapter 7 bankruptcy

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Friday, December 20, 2013

Creditors moved to force Evergreen International Airlines into involuntary bankruptcy.

 

Nike profits jump

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Nike's second-quarter net income jumped 40%, exceeding analysts' expectations.

 

Firm fined for bee die-offs

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The Oregon Department of Agriculture issued six civil penalties for improper pesticide applications that caused massive bumblebee die-offs last summer.

 

Portland startup eliminates the boss

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The 61-person Portland tech-education startup Treehouse eliminated its managers.

 

Materne bypasses Coburg

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

French applesauce maker won't be locating a new factory and 240 jobs in Coburg.

 

CRAiLAR reaches agreements with Adidas, IKEA

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Portland flax fiber supplier CRAiLAR Technologies reached a $3.2 million financing agreement with IKEA and a $2 million private placement from Hydra Ventures B.V., Adidas' corporate venture arm.

 
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