Taking care of business
Some of my favorite articles on business, businesspeople, and entrepreneurs.
Rules of the
At least law-breaking officials respect the laws of economics
The Economist, May 5, 2007.
Profile of Street Roots publisher Israel Bayer.
Oregon Business, January 2007.
Built to Last
Interview with Sir Walter Lindal.
Inc. Magazine, November 2006.
Mr. Yoshida's Rules
How well does karate work in the business world? Ask sauce boss
Oregon Business, August 2006.
America's bike messengers are being pushed off the streets.
The Economist, June 2006.
The Buck Stops Here
Soaring business costs in California were driving Buck Knives to
the brink. The company regained its edge by dismantling its factory--and
putting it back together 1,453 miles away.
Inc. Magazine, May 2006.
in the Gorge
Two tribes battle for survival in the fight over the casino in
Portland Monthly, March 2006.
Crushed by Indifference
Homeless man crushed by trash compactor.
Willamette Week, Nov 27, 2002.
Who's gonna wind up with Reuben Lenske's millions?
Willamette Week, Nov 20, 2002.
Waterfront lockout pits shipping interests against the nation's
most powerful union.
Willamette Week, Oct 9 2002.
How the Homeland Security Act innoculated drug makers against autism
Willamette Week, Nov 27 2002.
Hundreds of aspiring actors bilked out of thousands of dollars
as Caribbean dream dissolves.
Willamette Week, July 4, 2001.
Shutting off the
Portland’s Water Bureau cracks down on deadbeat ratepayers
Willamette Week, June 6, 2001.
Going to the
They're cute. They're furry. They're taking over.
Willamette Week, July 4, 2000.
Profile of a high-class hooker.
Willamette Week, January 26, 2000.
A toxic plume of industrial solvent may have sickened thousands
of workers at a Beaverton toy factory.
Willamette Week, Jan 6 1999.
Welcome to the world of injury litigation, where every victim is
a suspect and every twinge has a price tag.
Willamette Week, Nov 13 1996.
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