Oregon Technology in the News

Oregon Technology in the News


Mozilla Corp. restructures, lays off 250 employees  | Portland Business Journal
In its first report as public company ZoomInfo sees record revenue  | Portland Business Journal
Intel extends work from home through June 2021 | Portland Business Journal
Intel's top venture, M&A executive Wendell Brooks resigns | Portland Business Journal
July 2020 Power Breakfast: Insights from Laura Barber, Laurie Kelly and Kali Thorne Ladd | Portland Business Journal
Oregon's agile high-tech sector meets its match in pandemic's disruption (Infographic) | Portland Business Journal
Portland's 4-Tell sold to San Antonio software company | Portland Business Journal
Russell Kirsch, inventor of the pixel, dies in Oregon at age 91 | The Oregonian
Virtual trade teams keep wheat farmers, overseas customers connected | Bend Bulletin
Design Week Portland 2020: All online, all good | Business Tribune
Oregon leaders squandered years on jobless benefits computer upgrade. Now the project’s future is again in doubt | The Oregonian
Vancouver-based nLIGHT posts another solid quarter despite coronavirus | The Columbian
Applications now open for Westside Startup Challenge in Beaverton | Beaverton Valley Times
Hillsboro students reach final round of 'clean tech' competition | Hillsboro News Times
Portland employers expect remote working to ultimately supplement, not supplant, office jobs | The Oregonian


Lane Transit District receives nearly $4 million in federal grants for zero-emission buses | The Register-Guard
10 economically diverse cities that have what it takes to overcome turbulent times | MarketWatch
High-tech upgrade aims to help Corvallis cyclists | Albany Democrat-Herald


Les Schwab partners with Car Advise to expand reach | Bend Bulletin
Last Blockbuster store turns into an Airbnb for nostalgic film fans | RadioTimes
Wheeler County fire grows to 310 acres; lightning map technology assists C.O. fight | KTVZ21

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