TriMet union wants better security

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Friday, July 19, 2013

The TriMet union is calling for more security after three stabbings of drivers on duty in the last 10 months.

 

Oregon VC back to normal

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Oregon venture capital activity slowed in the second quarter.

 

Mozilla expanding Portland office

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Mozilla plans to expand its Portland office and move into its own space.

 

Flipping houses down in Oregon

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Home flipping is down in Oregon, but profits have increased significantly.

 

Corvallis company delivers smallpox drug

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Corvallis-based Siga Technologies will get a $79 million payment for a smallpox drug it developed as part of U.S. defenses against terror and biological attacks.

 

Hillsboro getting 2 new hotels

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Two large hotels are breaking ground in Hillsboro, after years of near misses.

 

Hermiston watermelon season begins

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Hermiston's famed watermelon harvest has begun, and is expected to run until early October.

 
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