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Sep 12, 2015 | via The Daily Record
The deer got by barbed-wire fencing a couple weeks ago and went through the hemp plants like high-powered mowers, the Grants Pass Daily Courier reported. "Generally, I don't think they like cannabis. Comment?
Sep 7, 2015 | via KBCI CBS 2
Deer got the munchies at an industrial hemp crop in southern Oregon. The deer got by barbed-wire fencing a couple weeks ago and went through the hemp plants like high-powered mowers, the Grants Pass Daily Courier reported . Comment?
Mar 31, 2015 | via Business Wire
First quarter earnings were $0.62 per share. "We are pleased that our strong financial performance of 2015 has continued into 2016," Neil D. Grossnicklaus, President and CEO stated. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 20 | via Local TV Station KTVZ
Senator Jeff Merkley announced Wednesday that Oregon will receive an additional $58 million from the U.S. Department of Treasury to assist Oregonians who are struggling with the housing crisis gripping the state. Merkley's office said the senator "has been instrumental in advocating for additional funding to address the housing and foreclosure crisis that has rocked Oregon since the Great Recession and called on the Treasury Department to release this funding. Comment?
Mar 1, 2016 | via The Real Deal
National Market Report: Trump pushes up D.C. hotel.; Portland's proposed makeover; Memphis's downtown boom; and Austin home sales breaking records Should he actually win the U.S. presidency, Donald Trump will have a swanky place to put up family and friends for the inauguration. The Trump Organization has moved up plans to open a $200 million, 263-room hotel in Washington D.C. during September as opposed to late 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported. Comment?
Feb 20, 2016 | via Local TV Station KTVZ
Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., announced Friday that Oregon will receive over $36 million from the U.S. Department of Treasury to assist homeowners struggling to avoid foreclosure. The announcement from the Treasury Department includes an opportunity for the state of Oregon to apply for an additional $110 million to address housing needs. Comment?
Feb 18, 2016 | via The Newberg Graphic
In the last seven months the veteran Washington County Commissioner has lost his plant nursery outside Gaston and his home overlooking the Tualatin Valley between Hillsboro and Scholls - both casualties, he says, of Oregon's long economic downturn and global financial changes. Comment?
7 min ago | via HeraldNet
Working with a knowledgeable real estate agent when buying or selling a house will not only expedite the process, but it can save you money. If you have plans to move in the near future, heed this advice from agents for your best chance of success in real estate. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Washington Post
Genworth Financial Inc., the insurer that's looking to the mortgage market for growth, has become cautious about Australian housing given its connection to China and commodities, Chief Executive Officer Tom McInerney said. "We're more wary there. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Washington Post
National Australia Bank Ltd. posted a 6.5 percent increase in first-half cash profit as it bucked a trend among Australia's largest lenders by decreasing bad-debt charges and as margins improved for the first time since 2011. Cash profit, which excludes one-time items, was A$3.31 billion in the six months ended March 31, compared with A$3.1 billion a year earlier, the Melbourne-based lender said in a statement Thursday. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 26 | via Virginia Business
By the year 2025, America will primarily be a cashless society that has shifted to rental housing. The government will levy taxes and fines on buildings not classified as "green," and Amazon will control 15 to 20 percent of grocery sales through an efficient delivery system. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 26 | via The New Zealand Herald
ICBC , the local unit of the Chinese bank that is the world's biggest lender by assets, has lifted its loan book by 343 percent, by tapping into the growing economic relationship between China and New Zealand to write more mortgages, commercial and syndicated loans. In its second full year of operations, ICBC lifted loans and advances to customers to $379.9 million in 2015 from $85.7 million in calendar 2014. Comment?
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