House Bill 4005 adds five more "e-commerce zones" in Oregon. It now moves to Gov. John Kitzhaber's desk.
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At the same time, New York-based Airbnb is considering opening a major customer service outpost in Portland
The new partnership is part of a breakthrough announced Sunday that requires Comcast's Internet service to create new avenues for Netflix's video to travel on its way to TVs and other devices.
Supporters say "electronic commerce zone" tax breaks could help find a buyer for the former Hynix site in Eugene.
Oregon legislators on Friday weighed a slate of changes to the state's business incentive portfolio, including one supporters say may help land a buyer for the former Hynix site.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable are the two worst-ranked companies for customer satisfaction in the cable business.
At No. 3 were Nike chairman Phil Knight and his wife, Penelope, who made a $500 million challenge grant to Oregon Health & Science University Foundation for cancer research.
Intel said it is changing its pay structure following input from investors, seeking to align its compensation with the interests of shareholders.
Treehouse rescinded the request and within hours sent an apology, and CEO Ryan Carson also took to Twitter to personally apologize to users who had complained.
It's Super Bowl weekend. Pass the artichoke dip and shift into Beast Mode, boss. (Omaha! Hoboken! Tillamook!) Let's talk sports commuting.
A power outage -- and the failure of backup generators to turn on in a timely matter -- not only knocked out TriMet's popular TransitTracker scheduling site for most of Tuesday but prevented riders from buying mobile tickets.
Facebook Inc., which turns 10 years old next week, had 1.23 billion monthly users worldwide at the end of 2013.
In Danaher Corp.'s test-and-measurement group, of which Tektronix is the largest part, sales increased 4 percent from the fourth quarter of 2012, to $898.3 million.
The original Mac had 128 kilobytes of memory. The Pro starts at 12 gigabytes, or more than 90,000 times as much.
Verizon's takeover could shake up pay TV, by bringing more competition to cable companies that dominate territories.
In the hangover from the recession, the traditional heavyweights -- the financial, insurance, real estate and legal sectors -- are all giving up space, and the tech firms are helping make up ground.
The big takeaway was that Intel asked DEQ to hold off on issuing a more general air quality permit, called a Title 5, so the chip-maker could go back and get a construction permit for D1X.
An Intel lawyer committed the company to obtaining an environmentally rigorous, retroactive construction permit for its multibillion-dollar D1X expansion in an attempt to mitigate fallout from its fluoride flub, according to a November letter to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
CEO Brian Krzanich, who will make a keynote presentation tonight at the 150,000-attendee trade show in Las Vegas, is set to feature a first public showing of some of its mobile and wearable technology
A temporary protective order was obtained in November by Connor Hyde, the property manager of a high-end Portland apartment complex where McAfee lived. He said the recently evicted McAfee had threatened him.
Responsys' co-founder is Oregon entrepreneur Raghu Raghavan, who was the company's chief technology officer until 2006.
LSI and Avago may be combining to gain more resources as the cost of designing and building semiconductors rises, potentially signaling a wave of deals in the industry.
Verizon, the second-largest U.S. communications company, will use OnCue to extend its pay-TV offering beyond the geographic footprint of its FiOS fiber-optic service. That could shake up pay TV, by bringing more competition to cable companies.
Just showing willingness to shift away from Intel might help pricing for Google and prompt other Internet companies, like Facebook and Amazon.com, to do the same
No business in Oregon approaches Intel's economic might, and the company put a number to that heft: $26.7 billion.
When Lionel Messi or his FC Barcelona teammates lift their shirts after scoring a goal, soccer fans will see Intel's logo.
Intel and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality are trying to pin down what would be required for the company to secure a retroactive construction permit for its well-underway, multibillion-dollar expansion in Hillsboro, according to DEQ officials.
Onetime software entrepreneur John McAfee's time in Portland started strangely and ended strangely.
The new capital will be used to hire new employees, expanding its staff of 18, and develop new products and services.
FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen will host an IAmA on Reddit at 1 p.m. PST.