Posted by Associated Press on June 16, 2015
PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon employers took a break when it came to hiring in May.
The Employment Department said Tuesday the state posted a seasonally adjusted decline of 1,400 jobs. It’s the first monthly drop since September 2012.
The department says most industries hired close to their normal numbers, but retailers were a notable exception. They added only 700 jobs last month …
HILLSBORO, Ore. — Intel is expected to begin a round of layoffs Monday. The Oregonian has obtained documents that it says shows the pink slips will be issued in nearly all parts of the company,
The layoffs come in the wake of a flat sales report last quarter. It’s not clear how many workers will lose their job. Workers who are laid …
PORTLAND, Ore. — A tax break that is. And modernization of outdated regulations for craft brewers, cider makers, vintners and distillers.
The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act sponsored by Senator Ron Wyden would allow businesses to reinvest and hire more workers. The senator announced the legislation on Friday at Hopworks on Southeast Powell.
“Each of these industries is unique, and this legislation …
BEAVERTON, Ore. — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is proposing to cancel the liquor license for Stars Cabaret located at 4570 Southwest Lombard in Beaverton. The proposed cancellation comes as the result of an intense administrative investigation of criminal activities at the liquor-licensed business from about January to December in 2012.
The OLCC has concluded there were seven violations, most …
Posted by Steve Leader on June 4, 2015
PORTLAND, Ore. — Would you pay a thief to return your precious business records and photos? Or would you rather avoid getting into that sort of jam in the first place?
Listen to advice from FM News 101 business expert Julia Anderson. Her friend was targeted by Ransomware.