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Columbia’s Tim Boyle, other big hitters reveal Portland Thorns investment

Columbia Sportswear's Tim Boyle was one of five investors assembled by the team's new owners. PORTLAND, Ore. — This story is courtesy of the...

WNBA champion Candace Parker appointed Adidas women’s basketball president

Parker will lead Adidas in creating a new platform for women’s basketball, focused on representation and diversity. PORTLAND, Oregon — WNBA legend Candace Parker...

Tillamook Creamery’s CEO Patrick Criteser to step down after 12 years

Tillamook's CEO Patrick Criteser is stepping down after 12 years. PORTLAND, Oregon — Tillamook County Creamery Association CEO Patrick Criteser is stepping down later...

Great Notion Brewing teams with Pizza Thief at Northwest Portland taproom

Pizza Thief opens second location at Great Notion's brewery in Northwest Portland. PORTLAND, Ore. — Pizza Thief is teaming up with Great Notion to...

Last McCormick & Schmick’s in Portland to close

PORTLAND, Ore. — The last McCormick & Schmick's restaurant is closing in the city where the chain's company was founded. Co-founders Bill McCormick...

Oregon Beer Showdown 2024: It’s Fort George, by a nose

PORTLAND, Ore. — In a year in which four powerhouse Oregon breweries made the PBJ/KGW Beer Showdown's final four, Fort George stands alone. ...

Oregon Beer Showdown 2024: It’s down to the final two

Fort George Brewery and pFriem Family Brewers are the final two breweries standing. PORTLAND, Oregon — Two great Oregon breweries situated on the banks...

Survey: Downtown Portland businesses say things are looking up

The number of business who believed that they lost customers due to downtown Portland's reputation has dropped significantly. PORTLAND, Ore. — New results from...

Oregon Beer Showdown 2024: It’s down to the Foamy 4

Beers from Fort George Brewery, Breakside Brewery, pFriem Family Brewers and Crux Fermentation Project all land in the final Foamy 4 showdown. PORTLAND, Ore....

Vancouver-based fitness company Bowflex files for bankruptcy, will lay off 200 staff

The Vancouver fitness equipment company was formerly known as Nautilus, but it sold the brand last year and changed its name to Bowflex, another brand...

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