Portland IT company reports sharp growth

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Puppet Labs doubled its business in three first-quarter metrics: customers, bookings and jobs.

 

Apple acquires hydroelectric project in Prineville

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Monday, April 14, 2014

The company took over the project at a Central Oregon site near Apple's new data center.

 

Oak Grove recognized as a top retirement community

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Forbes magazine named Oak Grove as one of the 25 best retirement suburbs in 2014.

 

Airbnb to collect Portland lodging tax

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Friday, April 11, 2014

The short-term rental company amended its terms of service to facilitate the collection of lodging taxes in Portland and San Francisco.

 

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.

 
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