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Italy approves measures aimed at boosting economy
The Italian government has adopted a series of measures aimed at boosting the economy
Jeb Bush: America will decline without immigrants
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says the future of the American economy depends on immigrants.
Brazil seeks to boost economy with $8.7B in loans
Brazil's government is offering $8.7 billion in low-interest loans for people enrolled in a low-income housing program to outfit their homes with furniture and appliances.
5-year plan targets growth in New Orleans
New Orleans officials have unveiled a five-year economic development plan targeting key industries, creating jobs and strengthening the economy
China's May inflation rises to 2.1 percent
China's inflation rate rose slightly in May amid concern about the strength of the country's economic recovery.
Analysts: Number is good enough to suggest growth ahead, but not good enough to stop Fed help
One analyst says the 175,000 jobs that were added last month is a "Goldilocks" number -- meaning the job growth is not too fast, and not too slow. Phil Orlando of Federated Investors says there's now "zero chance" that the Federal Reserve is going to ease back on its economic stimulus efforts -- as it might have done if the job numbers had been stronger.
Longtime Vida restaurant Ike's Pizza closes doors to business
An iconic, long-time restaurant along the McKenzie River may have made its last pizza pie. Ike's Lakeside Pizza is now closed according to a message posted on its front reader board on February 16th, 2012. The closure has left many residents wondering what happened and what it means for business in the Vida-area.
“Sprout” means fresh local food all year long
A year round farmer's market is sprouting in Springfield with the aim of helping the local economy grow.
New commission kicks off drive to attract events
A newly-formed team has kicked off a drive to bring more big-time sporting events to Lane County.
"Team Springfield" sets sights on new ways to improve city's economic growth
A collaborative effort between some of the major public agencies in Springfield on Saturday, with all hoping to harness new economic development and growth for the city.
Inn at the 5th hotel nears completion with signature sign hanging
A major milestone is now hanging high for Downtown Eugene's latest 5-star hotel that's expected to play a big part in the greater economic recovery of Lane County.
Springfield signs on as “Track Town 2012” Sponsor
The City of Springfield plans to spend $100,000 to sponsor the upcoming Track Town 2012 Olympic Trials at Eugene’s Hayward Field next summer.
Albany faces a one million dollar budget gap
The city of Albany will have to make some serious cuts in the midst of a major budget crisis. They're facing a one million dollar hole in this year's property tax revenue.
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