Ashland gets three new business enterprise zones

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Ashland created three enterprise zones to give property tax exemptions to companies that build there.

 

Seattle firm considers 280-unit development in Portland

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Seattle-based Harbor Urban LLC is considering building a 280-unit building with retail storefronts in Portland's South Waterfront.

 

Oregon software jobs growing quickly

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Software jobs are growing quickly in Oregon despite the sluggish state economy.

 

Oregon's preschools second most expensive in nation

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Oregon's public preschools are the second most expensive in the nation, at a cost of more than $8,500 per child for a half-day program.

 

Oregon Tech gets new optoelectronics program

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The Oregon Institute of Technology's newest program in Wilsonville focuses on optoelectronics.

 

Sanyo Solar latest to cut operations

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Sanyo Solar of Oregon is laying off 52 of its 200 Salem workers in June, coming on the heels of bad news from SolarWorld AG and SoloPower.

 

New Relic has more experience than many other Portland startups

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San Francisco-based New Relic employs about 70 in Portland, and expects that number to grow to 200 in the next couple years.

 
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