BY JOE ROJAS-BURKE | OB BLOGGER
Gov. John Kitzhaber scored nearly $2 billion in federal funding to overhaul the state Medicaid program for the poor and disabled. In return, the state promised a 2% reduction in the rate of growth in per capita Medicaid spending. I think Oregon's going to have a relatively easy time hitting the budget targets — without stinting on quality. Here's why:
BY OB STAFF
Oregon Business magazine has named the fifth annual 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon. The rankings were revealed Wednesday night during an awards dinner and celebration at the Portland Hilton.
BY VIVIAN MCINERNY | OB BLOGGER
Two competing fashion show producers aim to shine in the Portland market.
BY LINDA BAKER | OB EDITOR
Several Eugene-area businesses included on our 100 Best Green Companies list — Isler CPA, Mountain Rose Herbs, King Estate Winery, Ninkasi Brewing and CAWOOD — celebrate with the GreenLane Sustainable Business Network at a 'Green Eugene' party.
BY BJORN VANDERVOO | OB WEBMASTER
With the popular TV series "Breaking Bad" going out at the top of its game next week, Oregon film and TV buffs can look forward to "House of Last Things." Starring RJ Mitte (Walter White Jr. from Breaking Bad), the film was both shot and set in Portland.
BY BJORN VAN DER VOO | OB WEBMASTER
Be it fad or future fashion, Google Glass is attracting strong interest in the web development field. Around 80 people turned out at the headquarters of Portland web services company WebTrends last Thursday, reeled in by a presentation on "Developing/Designing for Google Glass."
BY AMANDA WALDROUPE | PORTLAND CORRESPONDENT
Oregon's Farm to School program has three purposes: it provides nutritious school meals to kids, teaches them about growing food and supports local agriculture.
BY ERIC FLOWERS | BEND CORRESPONDENT
G5 founder Dan Hobin weighs in on the evolution of search engine optimization, digital marketing and the expanding tech sector in Bend.
BY JENNIFER MARGULIS | ASHLAND CORRESPONDENT
Working with the American Alsatian Breeders Association, a White City dog breeder is heading up the Dire Wolf Project in a fanciful attempt to bring back the look — if not the temperament — of the dire wolf.