Final budget deal prolongs legislative session

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Friday, June 14, 2013

As the state legislature works out a final budget deal, bills dwindle and the session's end is near.

 

Employment department projects fewer Oregonians working

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Friday, June 14, 2013

A study by state economists has found that labor force participation is at an historic low in Oregon and will trend that way for at least seven more years.

 

Nike+ Accelerator startups could relocate to Portland

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Friday, June 14, 2013

The Nike+ Accelerator event is proving so positive to the 10 visiting companies selected that some may end up moving to Portland.

 

Tornado damages commercial buildings in McMinnville

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The small twister is one of several spotted in Oregon Thursday afternoon.

 

Father-son team launch Burlingame Bikes

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The Southwest Portland retail and repair shop targets European bikes and accessories.

 

Plans for Klamath Falls biomass plant collapse

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Stakeholders were concerned about environmental effects and the possibility that the company would lose federal funding.

 

Dallas firm acquires Lloyd Center

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The buyer, Cypress Equities Real Estate Investment Management, owns retail, residential and mixed-use properties in 20 states.

 
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