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A note from the editor Dec. 10

Among the continued coverage of construction, housing, technology, etc., one topic stands out this week: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion., commonly referred to as DEI.  This initiative is one many businesses are getting behind; they are across the state, the nation, ...

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A note from the editor Dec. 3

Happy first week of December everyone! We hope you all had an enjoyable holiday, and that the new month is starting off well. We’re kicking off our first edition of the month with a breadth of tech news. Reporter Catie ...

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A note from the editor Nov. 29 

Happy belated Thanksgiving holiday! We hope you all enjoyed time however you most wished to spend it.  In case you also took time off from the news (we sure did), I recommend circling back to the following from our Nov. 26 edition:  Reporter ...

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Idaho moves ahead on plan to appraise federal land for taxes

Only one company responded to a call by Idaho lawmakers seeking a third-party to appraise federal land in real-time to find out how much money the state would get paid in property taxes if the land were privately held. Idaho ...

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IBR lauds finance, legal professionals

Laughter and a standing ovation followed the conclusion of retired Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick’s remarks during the Idaho Business Review’s Leaders in Law and Excellence in Finance honoree celebration. Fifty-six individuals were recognized Tuesday night at Boise Centre for ...

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A note from the editor Nov. 19

While greeting honorees and their guests at Tuesday’s Leaders in Law and Excellence in Finance ceremony, I was reminded of one of the many reasons why Idaho is special. Many people enter the workforce and go on to have noteworthy ...

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A note from the editor Nov. 12

Personally, I’m very excited for nonprofit coverage in this week’s edition, because it highlights a new focus section. Our intern Taylor Rico-Pekerol brings insight into the possibilities of business and nonprofit partnerships. And, one of our news partners, Idaho Capital Sun, has provided coverage this week in our ...

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Financial experts comment on rising challenges (access required)

“What’s going on with inflation” is just one question Robert Spendlove addressed in a recent economic forecast presentation Oct. 28, aptly titled “Navigating the return of uncertainty.” As of September, consumer inflation is up to 5.4% year over year (YOY); ...

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A note from the editor Nov. 5

Money talks. That’s what’s on the cover of this week’s edition, and it alludes to more than just our financially based focus section this week.  The need for affordable housing spurred a first-of-its-kind (funding wise) residential project in Boise, which ...

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A note from the editor Oct. 29

It is not news that times are challenging for many, if not all, right now; however, the perseverance and care consistently seen in this state are reassuring and inspiring. We are thinking of you, and hoping your challenges ease soon. ...

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