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Jobs for college grads likely to grow

By PAUL WISEMAN

Employers have more openings to fill because Baby Boomers are retiring and more workers are confident enough about the economy to switch jobs.



$70K salaries bring CEO new customers

By GENE JOHNSON

Dan Price of Gravity Payments stunned his 100-plus workers when he said he'd cut his $1 million salary to $70,000 and make sure they earned that much within three years.


Pearl District could get affordable units

The Portland Housing Bureau has agreed to buy land for affordable housing in the Pearl District from a private developer for $1.3 million.


Apple invests in green paper and more solar

By BRANDON BAILEY

The initiatives come as the tech giant this year met a self-imposed goal of powering all its U.S. operations with renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions.


Auburn's Novinium has acquired UtilX

By JOURNAL STAFF

Novinium, an Auburn-based company that rejuvenates underground power cables, bought UtilX from Willbros Group.


Work plan possibly ignored in accident that killed family

Officials in the Washington city where a concrete slab fell from an overpass and killed a young family in a pickup below say they would've closed the roadway if they had known heavy work was being performed on the structure.


JBLM employee injured in bear encounter

A training area at Joint Base Lewis-McChord was closed after an employee encountered a bear and was taken to the hospital.



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