Oregon business owners earn less than national average

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Friday, January 31, 2014

The state's small-business owners have reported earning less than the average since 1995.

 

Clackamas County lays off 25 positions

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The county laid off positions in health clinics to make up for its $10 million funding gap.

 

Oregon debates rules on short-term rentals

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Portland wants to ease restrictions on short-term lodgers as long as they agree to pay a permit fee and collect lodging taxes.

 

Oregon nonprofit grants help develop drones

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The Oregon Unmanned Systems Business Enterprise is funded with $822,000 in state money.

 

Trailer manufacturer opens in Coburg

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Georgia-based Carry-On Trailer Corp. purchased the former Monaco Coach Corp. plant.

 

Oregon's investments may go public

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The Oregon Public Retirement Fund could become a public corporation.

 

Los Angeles firm purchases South Waterfront site

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Mack Urban plans to build a 281-unit apartment building in Portland.

 
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