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CenturyLink took FCC cash, failed to deploy all required broadband in Montana and 22 other states – FCC approves more funds for broadband, voice service in rural America

CenturyLink has a history of mistreating customers.

Hunting is ‘slowly dying off,’ and that has created a crisis for the nation’s many endangered species

“That’s what keeps me up at night,” Robert Miller, director of the Governor’s Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation, said of the inadequacies of the user-pay, user-play model that has funded conservation for decades.

Federal Courts Allow Corporations to Tear Apart the Family Farm

Presidential candidates have some good plans for revitalizing rural America. But unless we restructure the Supreme Court, those proposals won’t get far.

Oregon Could Trim Opportunity Zones Tax Break

The federal opportunity zones program is a double benefit in the state of Oregon, and legislators are wondering if the program is more effective in setting up tax havens than delivering investments in underserved areas.

Les Schwab family to put the Oregon tire empire up for sale for $3 billion

It’s a historic, and surprising, move for the business.

5 Thriving Women-Led Companies to Watch in Portland, Oregon

These fast-growing businesses prove the City of Roses is a haven for female founders.

Oregon to Launch Statewide Procurement Marketplace in 2020

The OregonBuys Marketplace will standardize purchasing across all the state’s agencies, from procurement to payment, giving Oregon a better view into buying activity.

Vacation rental platform Vacasa raises huge $319M round — here’s how it differs from Airbnb

Global tech investor Silver Lake, which counts Dell, Alibaba, and Tesla among its portfolio companies, led the Series C round.

How Salesforce Closed the Pay Gap Between Men and Women

Holding equality as a value is not just a matter of fairness or doing the right thing.

Dorsey & Whitney Launches California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Compliance Screening and Assessment Tools – Does it apply to your non-California company?

By imposing automatic statutory penalties for each affected consumer if a company fails to implement reasonable security practices and procedures, the CCPA is expected to create potentially enormous class action liability for companies suffering a breach.