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Fire Destroys Pendleton Flour Mill

OBFarms and Forests

Tennessee-based Grain Craft, which owns the mill, says it’s working with farmers to handle wheat supply

OBTech

Communications Workers of America Files Unfair Labor Complaint Against Verizon Express Portland

The union says the telecommunications company has been interfering with labor organizing for months.

OBHealth Care

BALA’s Next Shift

Portland-based BALA Footwear rocketed to almost immediate success in the early months of the pandemic. But a dispute between founders and its marketing team alienated its core customers, and now...

OBTech

Will Oregon Get a Chunk of CHIPS Act Spending?

The $280B investment package is intended to bolster domestic microchip production, and observers are cautiously optimistic about how the investment will affect Intel and other chip makers

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100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon, 2022

Find out which companies have the most satisfied employees in 2022.

Politics

Betsy Johnson: Oregon Voters ‘Feeling Left Out’

The unaffiliated gubernatorial candidate says doing away with regulations and partisanship will get Oregon on the right track.

Economy

Prominent Northwest Credit Unions Plan Merger

The merger follows a greater national trend of consolidation among financial institutions.

Restaurants and Retail

Instacart Now Accepting Oregon SNAP

Over 100 Oregon grocers, including Albertsons Company stores, are among the first to accept payments.

Professional Services

Death Care Goes Green

Oregon becomes the third state in the nation to allow human composting, representing a wider turn towards ecological burial options in the death care industry.

Tech

Communications Workers of America Files Unfair Labor Complaint Against Verizon Express Portland

The union says the telecommunications company has been interfering with labor organizing for months.

Energy and Environment

Oregon Coast Community Leaders Call for Collaboration with Offshore Wind Developers

After nominating 3 areas off Oregon’s South Coast for to develop wind farms, Oregon Coast business leaders say time is already running out to ensure the 10-year process goes smoothly.