Ambre Energy requested the Department of State Lands wait 30 days before deciding on the coal export terminal proposal in Boardman.
The world's largest chipmaker established a $100 million fund in China focusing on products beyond personal computers.
The ruling requires wine retailers to apply for status as wine bottling houses to fill growlers.
The company will let go of 84 manufacturing workers.
The project will cost the Eugene Water & Electric Board $2.86 million.
Westerlund Log Handlers want to end its relationship with China National Buildings Materials Import & Export Co.
Aaron Karjala, the health insurance exchange's top information technology manager, has resigned.