The Wellness Revolution

OBHealth Care

The idea of wellness in the workplace isn’t exactly new, but there’s a reason it feels that way.

OBProfessional Services

All Things To All People

Two law firm mergers show corporate clients increasingly seek legal services under one roof.


Biz Tips: The Art of Persuasion

Tips for getting your employees to change their behavior.

OBArts and Entertainment

Portland Thorns Keep Eye on The Ball

The city’s women’s soccer team has seen an uptick in attendance since the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Is it a temporary boost or laying the foundations for things to...

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The Maverick Who Stopped Cap and Trade

Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson was the decisive Democratic vote that killed cap and trade in Oregon. The Multnomah County Democrat insists she’s still on the right side of history.


Trade War Pounds Oregon From All Angles

While larger companies like Intel could mitigate the harm, smaller companies, especially farms, could face irreversible damage.

Restaurants and Retail

Is Oregon’s Beer Bubble About to Burst?

With the state adding on average 27 new breweries annually, can consumers keep Oregon beered?


Plastic Money

A Portland plastics recycling project aims to solve the growing trash problem.

Energy and Environment

A Global Forest

Fellows at the World Forestry Institute debut forest-preserving projects with global reverberations.