Portland considered $80M incentives for Nike

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Friday, April 12, 2013

Portland officials considered unprecedented financial incentives of $80 million to lure Nike to the South Waterfront District.

 

Spending on growth was Essential Health Clinic's downfall

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Friday, April 12, 2013

Essential Health Clinic shut its doors in Hillsboro and Tigard after providing free urgent care for 12 years.

 

Senate approves PERS plan

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The Oregon Senate approved a Democratic plan to cut PERS.

 

Portland's Looptworks to make Dave Matthews Band t-shirts

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Portland-based Looptworks will supply material for t-shirts for the Dave Matthews Band's summer tour, one of the world's top music attractions.

 

Sinclair buys west coast TV stations

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Friday, April 12, 2013

Sinclair Broadcast Group is buying Fisher Communications for $361 million.

 

Report hints at size of Apple's Prineville data center

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The first phase of Apple's Prineville data center will be small, according to a regulatory report on how much energy it plans to use.

 

Integra moving HQ from Portland to Vancouver

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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Portland telecommunications company Integra is moving its headquarters and employees to Vancouver, Wash.

 
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