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Brammo CEO wants Oregon to market green expertise

Brammo CEO Craig Bramscher says Oregon should market its green brand around the world.

OLCC names deputy director as interim chief

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission named deputy director Merle Lindsey as interim chief while the agency seeks a new executive director.

Columbia Sportswear profit declines

Columbia Sportswear's third-quarter profits declined 4.5%, and the threat of clear and balmy winter skies could mean more declines.

Schnitzer Steel takes earnings hit

Schnitzer Steel Industries said that its net income fell 77% between 2011 and 2012 amid falling scrap metal prices.

Commercial airlines boost Precision Castparts

Fiscal net income for Precision Castparts rose 13% as demand for commercial airplane parts rose.

U.S. economy grows at 2 percent rate

The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 2% in the third quarter, slightly better than expected.

Tough divorce attorneys grapple with conflict rules

There are only a handful of high-profile divorce attorneys in Portland, and most say they’ve been the victims of spouses manipulating conflict of interest rules. But Jody Stahancyk has seen it happen to her with regularity.