Portland Gets The Middle Finger.

From Portland's Willamette Week: "Inc. Magazine released its list of best and worst cities for business last month" and the lovely city of Portland, Oregon "was listed as one of America's worst."

The best city in the country for business according to Inc. was Atlanta. Following right behind Atlanta at number two: "Riverside-San Bernardino, Calif. (includes Bakersfield)."

Bakersfield is nowhere near Riverside. I'm confused.

Inc.'s rankings did not figure the subjective stuff like can I get a good cup of coffee, is the weather nice, how's the symphony? They looked at "job growth, employment, and affordability."