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Real estate analyst: adapt or perish

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In the unlikely event that anybody in the real estate business  has been sitting back and relaxing as the local economy churns with unparalleled growth, BOMA’s real estate symposium February 14 should serve as a wake-up call. The Building Owners ...

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Going global is now a necessity (access required)

Veronica Cool featured

January is long gone, and the resolutions lie like the rumpled clothes atop the stationary bike. We are back into our routine, potentially derailing the tremendous accomplishments planned for 2017. After all, insanity is doing the same thing you’ve always ...

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Idaho women leaders: Step up, step out and lead

Jeanne Huff Web

Women have kind of been in the news lately. To the tune of millions taking part in the Women’s March on Jan. 21 around the globe. In Boise, nearly 7,000 marched in downtown Boise from the Statehouse to the steps ...

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After recession, focus is on better, not bigger (access required)

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Over the past several years, I have shared observations of the construction industry at different points in the recovery from the Great Recession. We now find ourselves going full speed, with more work and opportunity than we have resources. As ...

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Rolling the dice on the Affordable Care Act (access required)

Iris Tilley

A column discussing the Affordable Care Act is a recipe for immediate obsolescence, right? Perhaps, but the more likely outcome is that we will see the ACA rules on the books for a few months while possibilities for repeal and ...

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Artificial intelligence: The present and future (access required)


Inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil popularized the Terminator-like moment he called the “singularity,” when artificial intelligence overtakes human thinking. While AI has been at the heart of many science fiction stories, a growing chorus of tech experts, including Elon Musk, ...

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