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Tiger Woods and President Trump Seem Tight. Does It Matter to You?
Author: THE NEW YORK TIMES
Most black athletes have distanced themselves from the president. Not Tiger Woods.
Mueller Left Open the Door to Charging Trump After He Leaves Office
Author: MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and CHARLIE SAVAGE
The special counsel’s report laid out a series of actions President Trump took that show a leader intent on controlling the Russia investigation.
Mueller Left Open the Door to Charging Trump After He Left Office
Author: MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and CHARLIE SAVAGE
The special counsel’s report laid out a series of actions President Trump took that show a leader intent on controlling the Russia investigation.
Mueller Report Reveals Trump’s Efforts to Thwart Russian Inquiry
Author: MARK MAZZETTI
The Mueller team ultimately decided not to charge the president, citing numerous legal and factual constraints, but pointedly declined to exonerate him.
National Enquirer to Be Sold to James Cohen, Heir to Hudson News Founder
Author: EDMUND LEE
A new buyer for the tabloid swooped in after talks between American Media and the billionaire Ron Burkle fall apart.

Portland Business News

Oregon Tech Awards highlights winners along with some worries
Author: Malia Spencer
Hundreds of members of the region’s tech community gathered Wednesday night for the annual Technology Association of Oregon Tech Awards. The event was emceed by DiscoverOrg President Katie Bullard, whose fast-growing business intelligence company is headquartered in downtown Vancouver. After several jokes about the vast distance between “The ‘Couve” and “hip Portland,” she called on the crowd to redouble efforts to act as one region for attracting talent and to meet challenges of transportation…
Society Nine wins pitch competition, readies new product line
Author: Matthew Kish
The founder of one of Portland's most promising athletic and outdoor companies has won a pitch competition that comes with $50,000 of professional services. Society Nine founder Lynn Le won the LLShe Pitch Competition at SXSW last month. The prize package includes $30,000 of strategy work from sponsor Berlin Cameron, $10,000 of media work from sponsor Refinery29, $5,000 in legal services and some other prizes, including a yearlong membership to The Riveter co-working space, which is opening a Portland…
Greenbrier announces $400 million deal for manufacturing business
Author: Christopher Bjorke
Greenbrier Cos. Inc. is adding to its manufacturing business with the purchase of part of a Missouri-based maker of railcars and components. Lake Oswego-based Greenbrier (NYSE: GBX) announced its agreement to acquire American Railcar Industries' manufacturing business from ITE Management LP for $400 million. Greenbrier is an international rail services company that builds freight railcars in North America, Europe and elsewhere. It also owns a lease fleet of 10,500 railcars, according to the company.…
Nike applies for 'footware' trademark
Author: Matthew Kish
Nike Inc. has applied for a trademark for the word "footware," a mashup of "footwear" and "software" and the latest indication of the company's expected heavy push into self-lacing shoes and digital products. Nike's March 21 application for the trademark was first reported by The Fashion Law on Wednesday. In January, Nike unveiled its first self-lacing basketball shoes, the Nike Adapt BB. The shoes allow users to tighten and unlace the shoe with a smartphone. The shoes are already being worn by…
A $50M Oregon hemp seed producer and a fast-growing cannabis genetics firm gird for a Big Ag onslaught
Author: Pete Danko
An Oregon hemp seed grower and a cannabis genetics firm fight to stay independent

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