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Why this Portland software firm wants to become the backbone of every restaurant

In 2012, with the national unemployment rate at around 8 percent, a single online job post from a restaurant — then typically on Craigslist — could yield hundreds of résumés. It was in this climate th... read more

Fox Rothschild and the ‘Dark Art of Copyright Trolling’

But Bandlow said Strike 3’s brands have become some of the most popular in the business ... to Bandlow and Strike 3’s litigation spree comes from a small firm lawyer near Portland, Oregon, who is seek... read more

The Scoop: Trail Blazers red hot and rollin' at NBA Summer League

Every summer, the Trail Blazers are focusing on Summer ... Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations. The 2-0 Portland Trail Blazers are back in action today in the NBA Su... read more

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Reskilling facilitates agile IT in the digital era

That, along with the glaring talent shortage, is why many IT leaders are ... switch up her modest staff of 92 every 15 to 18 months, which she says helps them generate new ideas. "I wish I had this ch... read more

Why ‘Star Wars’ is like a social network, and other insights from Eugene Wei on Recode Media

You’ve got a long, crazy bio, which is one of the reasons I want to have ... camcorder adopters. At every event we’re like, “Dad, put the camera away. Why?” Years later, after my mom had passed away, ... read more

The Finance 202: Mnuchin is in denial about the pain Trump's tariffs are inducing

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin wants lawmakers to ... is then reduced by 50 percent every six months until it phases out.” — Fast-food chains will change labor practices. NYT's Rachel Abrams: “Seve... read more

Kermit Washington sentenced to six years in federal prison

Washington is among 11 defendants who have been convicted in several cases arising from the investigation of one of the largest software ... s probably why Neil Olshey wanted to draft him in the first ... read more

Decoding Chris Baggott

Hey, why ... software developers, John Hurley and Ben Timby. They soon joined ExactTarget and helped transform it from a marketing firm into a software company. If Sanders Dry Cleaners was an anemic m... read more

Austin entrepreneur takes $5 million, priceless experience from startup exit to next venture

In February he sold a controlling stake in 360Training to private investment firm New York City-based PWP Growth Equity in a deal that valued the software company ... people became negative and cultur... read more

CEO Interview: Distribution Firm DHISCO Tries to Bounce Back for the Post-Hotel Era

DHISCO also works with Expedia and other companies, such as Cathay Pacific Holidays, which uses the back ... a new restaurant with a fancy chef, and you want that translated, we just add that in, as a... read more

Why Raleigh Will Be the Next Startup Hub

Almost every big company has an office in Raleigh. This finalist for Amazon's HQ2 isn't a cute up-and-comer anymore, but the next logical city to become a destination -- just like Austin, Denver, and ... read more

The 50 coolest new businesses in America

Dozens of cool, innovative businesses pop up across the US every ... software programs because it's a more interactive, strengths-based means of assessing classroom and career readiness. What it is: A ... read more

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