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Brad Iverson-Long is a reporter for the Idaho Business Review, covering banks, financial services, technology and new business.

Startup accelerator coming to Boise this fall (access required)

A new startup accelerator could match mentors with new companies in Boise this fall. The accelerator is being created by Pat Lawless, who also founded Startup Boise this year. Lawless, the president and CEO of VoxBright Technologies, has worked with ...

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Hoku plant builder looking for ‘rebound’ in Pocatello (access required)

JH Kelly Inc., the construction manager for Hoku Materials’ polysilicon plant in Pocatello, is taking steps to protect the now-abandoned plant, and could end up buying the site to help settle Hoku’s debts. The company was successful in a Pocatello ...

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Sun Valley Air Club looking to offer on-demand flights (access required)

The Sun Valley Air Club is setting up a membership organization to offer residents, second-home owners and businesses premium, on-demand flights. The group hopes to have a fleet of two or three small planes that its paying members can use ...

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Simplot submits plans for nine-story Boise HQ to open in 2016 (access required)

The City of Boise Design Review Commission on Aug. 14 will review plans for the J. R. Simplot Company’s proposed downtown Boise headquarters. The new headquarters are planned for a spot on the corner of 11th and Front streets, next ...

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New ‘deal flow report’ will track business deals (access required)

The Idaho Technology Council is looking to track and report new deals, investments, mergers and other financing in Idaho, in hopes that such data could encourage more investment in the state.

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Department of Finance seeing more people doing business in Idaho (access required)

More people  and companies want to work in the financial services industry in Idaho, according to licensing and filing data from the Idaho Department of Finance. Over the past 12 months, the department saw a 3 percent increase in business ...

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