Weekly Roundup

Workplace misconduct fells another Oregon exec; OB wins Excellence in Journalism award


Intel’s CEO resignation over a previous consensual relationship means that Oregon's two largest private sector employers (See: Nike) are undergoing a major changing of the guard as a result of worker misconduct. 


But startups roll on, as Urban Airship nabs $25 million in funding. 


Former Oregon Business managing editor Ben Jacklet cofounds YIMBY Homes, a maker of modular green ADUs.  


Oregon Business and WorldOregon co-hosted a panel discussion on the future of free trade.  


The state authorizes killing of wolves in Eastern Oregon. 


Photo of the Week: Flying kites in Newport.


Washington, Oregon, other states plan to sue over family separations.


Oregon's rebranding craze continues as Oregon Best rebrands as VertueLab.


Department of Self-Promotion: Oregon Business freelancer Tim Neville and photographer Jason Kaplan won a first place Government and Politics award in the 2018 Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest. The winning article, A Coordinated Attack, profiles an ongoing battle over public lands in Crook County.



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