Despite raising more money, former front-runner Eileen Brady loses bid.
Factory production increased 0.6 percent in April, spurs hiring.
Oregon Iron Works and subsidiary United Streetcar received an order for two public transit cars from the District of Columbia’s new streetcar line.
Google plans to dump $500 million stake in Clearwire for $47 million.
All three Port of Portland terminals plan to operate normally today after yesterday’s Occupy Portland protests.
With a straw in his teeth and sunglasses pushed back on his head, Gold Hill miner Clifford R. Tracy served as his own attorney in the first day of a lively federal trial in which he is charged with illegal mining.
Former U.S. Senator Gordon Smith was honored with the first Oregon Business Leadership Award from the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce.
Oregon saw another increase in the number of people seeking food stamps and cash assistance in September.
Elemental Technologies and its chief executive, Sam Blackman, won top awards at the Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards sponsored by the Oregon Entrepreneurship Network.
Nike CEO Mark Parker told the company’s stockholders to expect at least $28 billion in sales by the end of fiscal 2015.