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John Gray dies at 93

Oregon developer and philanthropist John D. Gray died Friday in Portland at 93.

Portland food cart wins PETA honor

A vegan BLT made by Portland's DC Vegetarian food cart was named No. 1 in the nation by People for Ethical Treatment of Animals.

ReVolt Technology to file bankruptcy

Portland-based and taxpayer-backed battery technology company ReVolt Technology plans to file bankruptcy.

Halloween means big business for retailers

Halloween has become one of the most important shopping events of the year, boosting everything from high-end department stores to thrift shops.

FedEx expects boost from online holiday shopping

FedEx expects to ship 280 million packages between Thanksgiving and Christmas, up 13% from a year ago.

Apple begins work on Prineville data center

Apple started work on the first, $68 million phase of its new Prineville data center.

Unemployment's toll on Portland's economy lessens

Unemployment is taking less of a toll on Portland's economy, but it still weighs on growth in Central Oregon, the Rogue Valley and Salem.