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Business Journal-Portland back issues
OHSU, nurses tangle as parties remain at odds. (Week in review Thursday, Dec. 20).(Oregon Health & Science University nurses remain on strike)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... * Nurses at the Oregon Health & Science University were still on strike at presstime. Dissatisfied with terms in their proposed new contract, they walked, to be replaced by strikebreakers. A state mediator was unable to resolve matters on Wednesday. Neither side brought a new offer to the...
Willamette stock soars as battle nears the end game.(Willamette Industries Inc. is target of proposed Weyerhaesuer Corp. acquisition)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Willamette Industries Inc. stock surged by as much as $3.63 Wednesday afternoon on news that it would for the first time "explore" Weyerhaeuser Corp.'s hostile takeover offer. But in spite of Wall Street's confidence that Weyerhaeuser CEO Steven Rogel will prevail in the corporate cockfight...
Harsch ends 2000 with hefty property portfolio.(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Harsch Investment Properties LLC went on a spending spree this year, acquiring $150 million in new real estate holdings, a 72 percent increase compared with last year's $87 million in purchases. "These tend to be our bread and butter projects, not what you'd call trophy projects," said...
Warn products keep SUV crowd ready for action. (Old economy).(Warn Industries makes add-on equipment for sport-utility vehicles)
December 21, 2001... Four-wheel-drive vehicles have always been popular in the Northwest. Battered four-door pickups carried logging crews into remote areas over rugged roads. On weekends, hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts piled into their Blazers and Broncos to reach lakes and rivers where the deer...
Economy isn't hospitable for hotels.(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)
December 21, 2001... It could be worse for Donna Marx. At least the hotel she manages, the Sweetbrier Inn & Suites, doesn't depend heavily on the struggling air travel industry. Located on Interstate 5 in Tualatin, the 131-unit lodge instead attracts plenty of guests who drive. Still, business is prickly at...