Cover Oregon faces federal audit

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Thursday, March 06, 2014

The federal government will examine how the federal dollars were spent building the state's online health care exchange.

 

Port Terminal 6 open again

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Thursday, March 06, 2014

The Port of Portland's container terminal reopened and longshore union members returned to work.

 

Developer withdraws from Slabtown Marketplace project

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C.E. John Inc. retreated from the Conway New Seasons apartment project currently under construction in Northwest Portland.

 

Portland startup sells to Yahoo

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Vizify announced that it sold its business to Yahoo.

 

Georgia partners to purchase KEZI

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Heartland Media LLC and MSouth Equity Partners will buy the Eugene television station and its sister stations in Medford and Klamath Falls.

 

Port Terminal 6 closed

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Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Members of the Longshore workers union at the Port of Portland terminal have walked off the job.

 

Puppet Labs to move into new downtown headquarters

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The Portland-based software business leased two floors in the Block 300 building.

 
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