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International Isotopes trims loss in quarter (access required)

International Isotopes Inc. reported a 19 percent drop in revenue in the first quarter but cut its net loss by two-thirds. The Idaho Falls-based company manufactures products for use in nuclear medicine, medical devices and research as well as industrial ...

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Federal grant could help add traffic at Boise Airport (access required)

Business travelers can’t do much in the short term about Boise Airport’s recent loss of service to a couple of regional destinations, like Reno and Idaho Falls. Trends such as high fuel prices, bigger planes and an increased focus on ...

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Meridian sees higher-value commercial remodels

The City of Meridian is seeing growth again this year from the construction category known as commercial remodels and tenant improvements. More businesses are moving, occupying larger spaces or planning to stay longer. This year’s growth is in dollar volume. ...

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Command Center trims loss, despite charge, as revenue rises (access required)

Command Center Inc., a Post Falls-based national provider of on-demand and temporary staffing, reported higher revenue and a lower net loss in the first quarter, from a year earlier. Revenue increased 16.6 percent. The net loss fell by nearly 75.6 ...

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The private-equity scenario for Coldwater Creek (access required)

Selling itself to a private equity firm is one way struggling Coldwater Creek could improve its prospects, but the approach comes at a cost. A private purchase could provide a cash infusion and debt relief while removing the publicly traded ...

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U.S. Silver reports higher sales, lower earnings (access required)

U.S. Silver Corp. on May 10 reported first quarter net income of $2.85 million or 5 cents per basic share, down 3 percent from more than $4.19 million or 8 cents a share in the first quarter of 2011. Revenue ...

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Project Update: Buffalo Wild Wings, Pocatello (access required)

An approximately 6,000-square-foot Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant is set to open May 21 in the Pocatello Square shopping center. Work is about two weeks ahead of schedule, said Scott Stimpson, vice president of Nampa-based general contractor Radix Construction. Doug Davis, ...

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Contractor sues over money lost in foreclosure (access required)

A repair contractor says that when the home it worked on went back to the bank, so did the money the contractor was owed. Bank of America N.A., after taking possession of the Caldwell home in a non-judicial foreclosure, received ...

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Cascade Bancorp reports profit (access required)

Bend, Ore.-based Cascade Bancorp, which posted its first profitable quarter in years, is getting help from Idaho. “There is a lot of growth potential in Idaho, and it seems like the economy in Idaho is moving at a faster clip ...

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Ada apartment supply and demand is approaching a balance (access required)

Ada County apartment vacancy averaged 4.7 percent at the end of April, the quarterly Ada Real Estate Surveys report said. The rate is close to the benchmark that analysts say reflects a balance between supply and demand. The survey of larger ...

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