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Transfers will help Beavers 'for sure'
Author: Kerry Eggers
BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Oregon State consultant Mike Riley praises quarterback Tristan Gebbia as football junkie

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The two Nebraska players who have transferred to Oregon State "are going to help us for sure," OSU consultant Mike Riley says.

Riley recruited both quarterback Tristan Gebbia and linebacker Avery Roberts to ...

Transfers will help Beavers 'for sure'
Author: Kerry Eggers
BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Oregon State consultant Mike Riley praises quarterback Tristan Gebbia as football junkie

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The two Nebraska players who have transferred to Oregon State "are going to help us for sure," OSU consultant Mike Riley says.

Riley recruited both quarterback Tristan Gebbia and linebacker Avery Roberts to ...

Transfers will help Beavers 'for sure'
Author: Kerry Eggers
BY KERRY EGGERS/PORTLAND TRIBUNE/Oregon State consultant Mike Riley praises quarterback Tristan Gebbia as football junkie

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The two Nebraska players who have transferred to Oregon State "are going to help us for sure," OSU consultant Mike Riley says.

Riley recruited both quarterback Tristan Gebbia and linebacker Avery Roberts to ...

Time running out for Wapato homeless shelter
Author: Jim Redden
Owner, commissioner, provider appeal to public, private leaders for plan and funds to open the facility for the homeless before winter.

Portland philanthropist Jordan Schnitzer and Multnomah County Chair Loretta Smith made a last-ditch appeal for elected and business leaders to open the near-used Wapato Jail for the homeless on Thursday. ...

Charges fly in City Council race
Author: Jim Redden
Controversy swirls around news reports about financial problems at local NAACP chapter under Jo Ann Hardesty.

News reports of financial mismanagement in the Portland chapter of the NAAACP when Jo Ann Hardesty was president have become an issue in her campaign for the City Council.

Hardesty's opponent, Multnomah County Commissioner Loretta ...

Charges fly in City Council race
Author: Jim Redden
Controversy swirls around news reports about financial problems at local NAACP chapter under Jo Ann Hardesty.

News reports of financial mismanagement in the Portland chapter of the NAAACP when Jo Ann Hardesty was president have become an issue in her campaign for the City Council.

Hardesty's opponent, Multnomah County Commissioner Loretta ...

Portland Business News

Whey-based vodka, revamped outdoor apparel and insect farming seek to earn fans among Oregon investors (Photos)
Author: Malia Spencer
Oregon cleantech entrepreneurs and investors are gearing up for the state’s annual conference. This year, though, the familiar BEST Fest has a new moniker. Called VertueLab Impact Summit, the event’s new brand reflects the new name of its organizer. In June, the group Oregon BEST changed its name to VertueLab in order to broaden the group’s reach. This year’s event is slated for Sept. 26. Tickets are available online. The Impact Summit is co-presented by the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network.…
Facebook adds two more buildings to Prineville data centers
Author: Malia Spencer
Social media giant Facebook is adding to its Prineville footprint with two more buildings adjacent to its existing data center campus. This new construction brings the company’s total footprint to 3.2 million square feet in the Central Oregon city, the company said. It is expected to spend about $750 million on the project that should come online by mid-2020. According to reports earlier this year, Facebook has already invested $1 billion in Prineville. Like the rest of the company’s Prineville…
List Leaders: Meet the 10 highest-paid executives at Oregon public companies
Author: Brandon Sawyer
Just dough it. That could be the slogan for this year's 10 most-compensated Oregon executives, since they are certainly making a lot of dough and more than half hail from the state's single-biggest public company, with annual revenue exceeding all other Oregon public companies combined. Click on the images above to see the 10 executives of Oregon & S.W. Washington publicly traded companies who earned the most total compensation in the last fiscal year. Paid subscribers can access The List in…
Nike agrees to work with investment firm on diversity efforts
Author: Matthew Kish
The firm wants the sportswear giant to tie part of the compensation of senior managers to culture and diversity metrics.

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