Nonprofits at “Breaking Point”

OBEconomy and Finance

Many charitable organizations face an uncertain future as the COVID-19 pandemic leads to losses in income and fewer volunteers.

OBFarms and Forests

New Markets Reshape Crabbing Industry

As COVID-19 shutters the Asia market, crabbers target local buyers. 

OBManufacturing

Coffee Manufacturers Pour Into Online Marketing

COVID-19 has devastated coffee companies that have lost revenue from reduced sales to coffee shops. But a boom in online sales has created a new landscape to connect with consumers.

OBPolitics

Protesters Call For “Africa District” Business Hub

Portland’s Black Lives Matter demonstrators want to reclaim a cultural and economic area of their own.

100 Best

Information About The 100 Best Nonprofits Survey

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Politics

Businesses Receive New Financial Relief

As the additional $600 a week granted by the CARES Act expires, Senator Wyden points to extra financial help for businesses. 

Economy

Nonprofits at “Breaking Point”

Many charitable organizations face an uncertain future as the COVID-19 pandemic leads to losses in income and fewer volunteers.

Restaurants and Retail

PHOTOS: A Restaurant Owner Adapts to COVID-19

How a Portland restaurant owner revives dine-in service.

Professional Services

The Remote Lawyer

COVID-19 has caused an explosion in virtual legal work. 

Tech

The Digital Gym

Fitness centers turn into media producers and influencers to adapt to their new reality.

Energy and Environment

A Climate Changed

Gov. Kate Brown’s executive order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could give the state the economic boost needed to recover from COVID-19.