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

Software company Balihoo looking to double headcount (access required)

 Boise-based software firm Balihoo is expecting to double its current roster of 50 employees by the end of next year, in an effort to spur further sales and revenue growth. The company expects to add 10 employees by the end ...

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New car-sharing service comes to downtown Boise (access required)

Two cars parked on downtown Boise streets are open for business to anyone looking for a new set of wheels. The Downtown Boise Association (DBA), a group of local businesses, helped bring a Nissan Cube and Jeep Compass from WeCar, ...

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Jerome Cheese Company faces water quality lawsuit (access required)

The United States government is suing Jerome Cheese Company for allegedly violating its Clean Water Act permit on nearly 3,000 days in the past five years.  The civil lawsuit, filed Sept. 30 on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency, carries ...

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Two Idaho banks get $120M in federal small business loan funds (access required)

The U.S. Treasury Department has given two community banks with branches in Idaho a combined $120 million targeted for small business loans. The money, part of nationwide plan, is an effort to increase lending and access to capital, but in ...

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Stampede unbridled by NBA lockout

As the labor stalemate continues between the National Basketball Association and its players, officials with the Idaho Stampede say their upcoming season in the Developmental League won’t be affected by the  lockout. Stampede general manager Steve Brandes also wants to ...

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Former HP exec Mulhern new CEO at CradlePoint (access required)

CradlePoint, a Boise-based wireless router company, is naming former HP executive George Mulhern its new CEO, with founder and former CEO Pat Sewall making the transition to chief technological officer.  Mulhern was a partner with venture capital firm Highway 12 ...

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Boise council moves ahead with banning smoking in bars, parks (access required)

It may be lights out for lighting up in Boise bars and parks. The Boise City Council is moving forward with plans to extend the smoking tobacco ban to include bars, parks, private clubs and tobacco shops. The city council ...

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Delta Dental trims payments to dentists (access required)

Hundreds of Idaho dentists will see fees from one Delta Dental of Idaho plan cut by an average 8 percent in November. The insurance company, which is the market leader in the state, hopes the savings will spur more employers ...

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