Nick Taylor has been named partner at Stoel Rives along with 10 other attorneys in the firm’s Minneapolis, Portland, Salt Lake City and Seattle offices who recently became partners. Taylor is a business transactional attorney focusing on mergers and acquisitions, capital raising and other financing transactions, fund formation and securities regulation, startups and emerging growth companies, new technologies and the restaurant, wine, brew and spirits industries. He regularly represents corporations, LLCs, venture capital and private equity firms, investment funds, serial entrepreneurs and serial investors at every stage of business from formation to growth to exit.
Hillcrest Bank welcomes Colette Chester as vice president, community banking leader. Chester is excited to bri[...]
June 7, 2023
[caption id="attachment_494061" align="alignleft" width="225"] Allison Marshall[/caption] Allison Marshall [...]
June 5, 2023
El-Ada Community Action Partnership welcomes Katrina Vincent as their new executive director. Vincent is a fou[...]
May 31, 2023
LEWISTON, ID — Nez Perce Tribe's commitment to small business development has paid off with the success of t[...]
May 30, 2023
BURLEY, Idaho — Guillermo Yanez has been named manager of Zions Bank’s Burley branch at 102 W. Main St., [...]
May 25, 2023
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