Winter tourism recovers in Oregon

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Oregon's winter tourism season is catching up to the state's summer season in terms of economic support.

 

Eugene company goes public, raises $12M

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Eugene tech company Electrical Geodesics raised $12 million by going public on the London Stock Exchange.

 

Women earn 22 percent less than men in Oregon

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Women in Oregon earn 22% less working full time than men, according to a new study.

 

Salem housing market rebounds

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Salem home prices are rising and sales are up, after years of suffering.

 

Oregon House considers limiting tax breaks

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An Oregon House panel is considering a plan to raise $275 million by limiting tax breaks to higher-income families and businesses.

 

Basketball boosts Adidas' exposure

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Adidas outfits both championship teams in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

 

Farm grants pay for climate change adaptations

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture is handing out $5.3 million in grants to help adapt to extreme climate changes that cause drought.

 
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