WALL STREET JOURNAL: Entrepreneur Ronnie Shahar works with Portland Mint to turn loose change into gold. Shahar’s coin exchange program has paid out more than $100 million since 2009.
BLOOMBERG: The German sportswear company plans to sell TaylorMade, Adams and Ashworth, but will retain it’s Adidas golf shoes and clothing.
Sen. Ron Wyden plans to introduce a national vote-by-mail bill to Congress in light of voting difficulties during this year’s primaries.
A public hearing will be held Thursday to consider the water company’s requested 32.5% jump in water rates.
City revenues from the home of Portland Timbers exceeded $2 million in 2015.
Deluxe Corporation named the small Marion County town as a finalist in the Small Business Revolution on Main Street project.
Individual plans could see rates increase up to 32% for 2017.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Insurers are expected to raise premiums to deflect financial drains resulting from the health law.
THE OREGONIAN: The sporting goods company will close all stores in the county, including the five in Portland.
Springfield medical center makes top 10 most-profitable U.S. hospitals list; CareOregon gets a $730,000 grant for long-term care.
The utility increase would average $2.07 per month.