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Hostess says strike putting it out of business

Hostess Brands says striking workers are forcing the company out of business.

Revised estimate shows fewer job losses in Oregon

Oregon’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in October dropped slightly to 8.6 percent from 8.7 percent. But a new read on what happened in September was perhaps the most significant item in the latest economic report on the state.

Port's container terminal founders as longshore turmoil spreads

Operations at Portland's international container terminal, a workhorse of Oregon's economy, appear increasingly tenuous as a third labor conflict surfaces and big customers waver.

Columbia River bridge design is too low

The proposed Columbia River Crossing has turned into a high-stakes limbo dance: How low can the bridge go?

SolarWorld to lay off up to 37 workers in Hillsboro

SolarWorld will lay off as many as 37 workers from its Hillsboro plant, company officials confirmed.

Portland plans to remake its taxi industry

Portland has never been a taxi city. Streetcars, bikes and light rail have captured our interest much more than the idea of being able to run curbside, hold out a hand and flag down a crosstown ride on the spot. Mayor Sam Adams would like to see that change.

Portland pop-ups begin holiday season

Portlanders who already embrace the “shop local” and “eat local” ethos, can now “dress local” too.