“Business formation has increased noticeably and appears to be sticking.”
Author: Mike Rogoway
Oregon sports card company PWCC sells to Fanatics
The Lake Oswego company had been plagued by controversy and laid off a fifth of its staff earlier this month.
More Oregonians move into top tax bracket, helping fill state coffers tax brackets
The number of people paying the top tax rate increased by a third in one year.
Ampere launches new class of data center chips engineered in Portland
The company says its new chips improve performance without a corresponding increase in power consumption.
Kotek orders state to withhold cannabis licenses from Oregon businesses that haven’t paid their taxes
Oregon marijuana businesses are behind on their taxes three times more often than other businesses.
Sale of Gunderson Marine saves 300 Portland manufacturing jobs, Greenbrier says
Railcar production is shutting down at the Portland riverfront site but barge construction will continue with a new owner.
Oregon cybersecurity startup moves HQ to Texas, Washington
Q5id emerged from the wreckage of another prominent Oregon tech company.
Fewer workers are commuting to Oregon from Clark County — but their tax payments are up
More than 74,000 Clark County residents owe Oregon income tax because they work, at least part of the time, in Oregon.
Oregon lawmakers move to scale back tax break reforms
Most of the state’s enterprise zone incentives go to data centers.
Oregon State will lead federal semiconductor research project
Chip research is among the state’s top economic development priorities.