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Portland among possible locations for Japanese tool-makers U.S. headquarters The sales and service arm of a Japanese company that makes machines for jet engine manufacturers is considering Portland as a new home for its U.S. headquarters. According to the Albany Business Review, Mitsui Seiki, a subsidiary of Mitsui Seiki Kogyo Co.
bizjournals.com | Jan 12, 2017 10:18 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Intel's tech to be featured in Super Bowl broadcast, ad Intels marketing effort to position the company as the technology that powers new entertainment experiences will have a massive stage with its first Super Bowl ad as well as the technology featured as part of the game broadcast. Intels 360-degree replay t
bizjournals.com | Jan 12, 2017 9:47 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Ampere Scientific grabs federal grant for energy-saving metals manufacturing technology A Corvallis company aiming to unlock big energy and material savings and that means dollars in the special metals industry has won a $225,000 federal grant to develop its technology. Ampere Scientific is working on ways to more precisely control an old an
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Dulani leaves top job at SolarWorld to become DWFritz president Mukesh Dulani, president at SolarWorld Americas Inc. in Hillsboro since 2013, has resigned to become president at DWFrtiz Automation Inc., the Wilsonville-based maker of precision tools and robots used in advanced manufacturing. SolarWorld said it had mov
bizjournals.com | Jan 12, 2017 8:22 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Scenes from a downtown held captive by snow If you made it to work in downtown Portland Wednesday morning, welcome there doesn't seem to be many of us. Tuesday night's dumping may be among the biggest Portland's ever seen, but the reaction to it is far from unusual: Trimet service disruptions, PGE
bizjournals.com | Jan 11, 2017 7:12 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Port of Portland's Bill Wyatt announces retirement date Long-serving Port of Portland Executive Director Bill Wyatt will retire June 30. Wyatt has served in the role since 2001. In that time, Portland International Airport grew from offering one to 11 international destinations and was repeatedly named a top a
bizjournals.com | Jan 11, 2017 6:46 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
5 things to know about today's weather I'll be honest. I received a text from our intrepid fill-in Morning Edition Editor, Jon Bell, an hour ago. It seems he is trapped at home with no power. Ever the journalist, he sent the photo below to provide some context. Anyway, that left it to me to ge
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Software veteran lands CTO job at ID Experts Identity fraud protection company ID Experts named Brent VanLoo as its Chief Technology Officer. VanLoo comes to the Tigard company from health care software maker HealthSparq, where he was vice president of engineering. At ID Experts, VanLoo will combine
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The big winners from Oregon's Most Admired awards ceremony New Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler was there. Bob Moore from Bob's Red Mill was there in his trademark red sweater. Banking bigwigs Roger Hinshaw, Ray Davis and Stacey Dodson were all there, too, as was Puppet's new CEO Sanjay Mirchandani. In fact, a crowd of
bizjournals.com | Jan 10, 2017 10:59 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
With global interest growing, an expanded TechFestNW tees up for March TechFestNW is gearing up once again to showcase startups from around the region and bring speakers from across the country to talk about hot themes like virtual reality and artificial intelligence. This year, TechFestNW is slated for March 23 and 24 at th
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