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Machine made in America

Machine made in America

It's not all screens and wet wipes: Local kids still visit traditional tool shops on Manufacturing Day
Design commission: room for improvement for amphitheater…

Design commission: room for improvement for amphitheater…

Live Nation, Hacker offer first look at proposed South Waterfront music venue
An opportunity to connect

An opportunity to connect

Area commission on transportation meetings serve as eyes and ears for Oregon Department of Transportation
Ater Wynne merges with national law firm

Ater Wynne merges with national law firm

After merger, Portland-based law firm will do business in Oregon at Buchalter Ater Wynne
Radical growth comes to Civic neighborhood in Gresham

Radical growth comes to Civic neighborhood in Gresham

New mixed-use complex with 435 homes proposed right next door to a 318-unit development already under construction
WORKING: Juicing on the go

WORKING: Juicing on the go

Fat-tired e-scooters from Shared are the latest micromobility contenders, and comes with a pro-labor, ethical angle
Beaverton business incubator gets federal grants

Beaverton business incubator gets federal grants

Oregon Technology Business Center receives money to help startups apply for SBA aid and regional economic development groups set up programs similar…
Seismic cosplay: The Great ShakeOut returns!

Seismic cosplay: The Great ShakeOut returns!

World's largest earthquake drill returns on Oct. 17, with the intent of helping Oregon residents prepare for 'the big one'
Averting that sinking feeling

Averting that sinking feeling

Scientists and contractors have found a way to prevent soil liquefication in an earthquake; but who has the time or the money?
Real ID or passport? Oregon airport rules changing in 2020

Real ID or passport? Oregon airport rules changing in 2020

Most Oregonians don't have a passport, and officials say the DMV can't issue 1 million new IDs in just three months.
Energizing your ride for a better future

Energizing your ride for a better future

Collaborative strength in local business community is helping drive forward electric vehicle industry
Wunderbar Together: kumbaya on e-scooters

Wunderbar Together: kumbaya on e-scooters

BMW sponsors Oct. 10 mobility panel in PCS as part of German cultural and business road show; does Portand still have it when it comes to…
Changing needs precipitate new office design

Changing needs precipitate new office design

Commercial architecture firms find innovative ways to combine industrial, creative space
The business of barter

The business of barter

Jodie and Brian Ostrovsky say PDX Barter Exchange promises to change the economic model for local small businesses
Canby construction company fined for repeat safety…

Canby construction company fined for repeat safety…

Colima Construction received more than $120,000 in penalties for violations that included failing to protect workers from falls
Manufacturing symposium touches on technology, economics

Manufacturing symposium touches on technology, economics

Portland law firm's annual symposium offered insight on Oregon's manufacturing sector
Prepare for the New Year with some sensible budgeting

Prepare for the New Year with some sensible budgeting

Planning ahead can help ease some of the financial stress many businesses face
Car2go's exit a roadblock for car-free Portlanders

Car2go's exit a roadblock for car-free Portlanders

The car-sharing service will pull out of the metro area on Oct. 31, leaving Zipcar as the lone survivor in Portland.
Market propelling shifts in residential architecture

Market propelling shifts in residential architecture

Construction costs, generational demand are changing the residential housing market
Stanford's cuts two Portland restaurants

Stanford's cuts two Portland restaurants

Chain is the victim of bankruptcy cutbacks as corporate owner nixes airport and Lloyd Center eateries.
Sorry, mall shoppers: Forever 21 goes Chapter 11

Sorry, mall shoppers: Forever 21 goes Chapter 11

Slumping fast fashion chain will close hundreds of stores; no word yet if Portland's three will be affected.
Makers of one-of-a-kind clock plan move to Estacada

Makers of one-of-a-kind clock plan move to Estacada

Upon its inception in 1965, the Geochron was the only way to see the sunrise and sunset on Earth as they occurred.
Let's not wait for Wall Street

Let's not wait for Wall Street

Oregon's businesses can chart their own course for shared prosperity without waiting for the Business Roundtable
Portland Textile Month is back, bolder and more textured

Portland Textile Month is back, bolder and more textured

The second month-long celebration of Portland's creative community of textile workers expands to become a platform
Langer's entertainment complex opens in Sherwood

Langer's entertainment complex opens in Sherwood

The 54,000-square-foot facility opened its doors to the public Friday at 21650 S.W. Langer Farms Parkway.
Tigard's new affordable housing community to break ground…

Tigard's new affordable housing community to break ground…

The 48-unit Red Rock Creek Commons project will be located in a four-story structure in the Tigard Triangle urban renewal area.
Union calls for 'consumer boycott' of Fred Meyer stores

Union calls for 'consumer boycott' of Fred Meyer stores

Management says United Food and Commercial Workers' tactics will only help Freddy's competitors in Portland, Oregon
Amazon donates $30,000 for children's cancer research

Amazon donates $30,000 for children's cancer research

Doernbecher patients invited to fun-and-education-related event at Troutdale Fulfillment Center
Fashionable Portland: FashioNXT is back

Fashionable Portland: FashioNXT is back

Local version of Fashion Week returns on Wednesday with its unique blend of ready to wear, sportswear, couture, and well-dressed Portlanders
Entering a new era - again

Entering a new era - again

Redfox Commons and Fairmount Apartments renovations make a historic Northwest Portland intersection come alive again

A place with no ceiling

A place with no ceiling
Portland Business Alliance Sept. 26 event celebrates those who advance the next generation of women leaders

Owners back out of property deal with PCC

Owners back out of property deal with PCC
PCC planned to invest $24 million to construct a 31,000-square-foot facility on Wagner Court, across West Lane Road from OMIC R&D

Panelists agree that transportation future is…

Panelists agree that transportation future is…
Executives tell Westside Economic Alliance forum that issues remain to be resolved, but Portland region has the leadership to accomplish the goal.

Tigard's new affordable housing community to break…

Tigard's new affordable housing community to break…
The 48-unit Red Rock Creek Commons project will be located in a four-story structure in the Tigard Triangle urban renewal area.

Forum: Congestion pricing coming, details unknown

Forum: Congestion pricing coming, details unknown
Panelists tell the Portland Business Alliance that charging people to drive is the only sure way to reduce congestion.

Union calls for 'consumer boycott' of Fred Meyer…

Union calls for 'consumer boycott' of Fred Meyer…
Management says United Food and Commercial Workers' tactics will only help Freddy's competitors in Portland, Oregon

The Blockchain Six: Part 1

The Blockchain Six: Part 1
The six blockchain startups prepare to pitch their companies on demo Day, Oct. 8

MESO finds temporary space for Rockwood satellite…

MESO finds temporary space for Rockwood satellite…
Umpqua Bank offers rent-free location while nonprofit waits for permanent home in Rockwood Rising development

Why companies choose greater Portland

Why companies choose greater Portland
Companies cite quality of life, global connectivity among top benefits of relocating to city

Forum: Congestion pricing coming, details unknown

Forum: Congestion pricing coming, details unknown
Panelists tell the Portland Business Alliance that charging people to drive is the only sure way to reduce congestion.

Panelists agree that transportation future is…

Panelists agree that transportation future is…
Executives tell Westside Economic Alliance forum that issues remain to be resolved, but Portland region has the leadership to accomplish the goal.

Are you ready to fly? Real ID licenses coming to…

Are you ready to fly? Real ID licenses coming to…
Starting on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, you will need a special form of identification or face additional time and scrutiny by the Transportation…

Oregon Convention Center renovation nears completion

Oregon Convention Center renovation nears completion
The $39 million project is designed to bring Pacific Northwest feel to the nearly 30-year-old building

The need for CTE programs is now

The need for CTE programs is now
Career and Technical Education programs are crucial to the future of the construction industry

Grocery union slams stores' temp worker wage plans

Grocery union slams stores' temp worker wage plans
UFCW Local 555 says promising $15 an hour is 'a slap in the face'; cancels labor contracts with Kroger.

Home Builders Association of Metro Portland drops…

Home Builders Association of Metro Portland drops…
Land Use Board of Appeals case will not go forward challenging 'moratorium' in the three-party intergovernmental agreement signed by Lake Oswego,…

Soccer club planning $14 million facility in West…

Soccer club planning $14 million facility in West…
The facilities proposed to be built in SW West Linn have already generated significant community interest

Planned St. Helens complex to add 238 housing units

Planned St. Helens complex to add 238 housing units
Planning Commission approves permit for residential development on Gable Road

Ichijo USA to build Eco-Friendly Homes at Reed's…

Ichijo USA to build Eco-Friendly Homes at Reed's…
Housing developer Newland announced the award-winning Ichijo USA as the fifth builder for its newest master-planned community, Reed's Crossing.

FOCUS: Dirt Law

FOCUS: Dirt Law
Shortage of skilled laborers causing legal issues for contractors, project owners

Lamb's, Bales Thriftway stores closing in…

Lamb's, Bales Thriftway stores closing in…
No closure dates announced, but likely in October; union spokeswoman says 'we are really disappointed.'

Tossing the triage mentality

Tossing the triage mentality
Planning for the future of your business - both good and bad - will help ensure present-day success for both you and your employees

Prologis purchases Portland Meadows property

Prologis purchases Portland Meadows property
The San Francisco-based owner of warehouse and distribution centers paid $48.8 million for the North Schmeer Road property

Commission taps Strickler to lead ODOT

Commission taps Strickler to lead ODOT
Head of the highway division replaces Matt Garrett, who stepped down in June after leading agency for 14 years.

Greyhound's Portland terminal empty and for sale

Greyhound's Portland terminal empty and for sale
Bus company cleared out of notorius terminal on Sept. 1 and moved ticketing to a small storefront opposite Harvery's Comedy Club, with curbside…

Family provides the fuel for Chown Hardware success

Family provides the fuel for Chown Hardware success
Portland-grown Chown Hardware is celebrating 140 years - and five generations of family leadership - with a block party and a new showroom in Seattle

Which way without NORPAC?

Which way without NORPAC?
Food-processing co-op's bankruptcy creates uncertain terrain for area agribusinesses.

Japanese bookstore goes open kimono downtown

Japanese bookstore goes open kimono downtown
Japanese books and cute stationary store Kinokuniya Portland Downtown opens in the former Guild Theater space on Director Square

Help shape our region's transportation investments

Help shape our region's transportation investments
On Sept. 18, the Transportation Funding Task Force will host a meeting on the Westside

Safeway-Albertsons Distribution Center showcases…

Safeway-Albertsons Distribution Center showcases…
Local facility talks avoiding landfills, conserving energy, and being green on a large scale

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