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Adidas to cut product offering by 25 percent

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Adidas plans to cut the number of products it produces by as much as 25%, according to chief executive Herbert Hainer.

 

Eco Index gets White House nod

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A Portland-pioneered effort to improve the outdoor apparel industry's supply chain sustainability helped win a "Champion of Change" award from the White House.

 

Small Portland ad agency juggles national clients

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Southeast Portland's Mutt Industries has landed numerous national clients in only four years.

 

Summit Bank profits rise sharply

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Eugene-based Summit Bank reported first quarter profits up 24% from the year before, citing improvements in the local economy.

 

Washington High School to be converted into housing

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Portland Public Schools has reached a tentative agreement with a developer to turn the long-vacant Washington High School into housing.

 

OSU researchers trace oyster die-off

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Friday, April 13, 2012

Oregon State University researchers discovered that rising levels of carbon dioxide are killing off oyster larvae.

 

Fewer women earn high-tech degrees

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Fewer women are earning degrees in high-tech fields, even though employers are having trouble finding candidates to fill those positions.

 
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