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Boise man admits to fraudulent investment scheme (access required)

A Boise man admitted to making false and misleading representations to prospective investors in connection with an investment scheme involving unregistered promissory notes and investment contracts in a $5 million judgment and permanent injunction entered in Ada County district court ...

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Idaho Dept. of Commerce launches enhanced website (access required)

The Idaho Department of Commerce recently launched what it says is an enhanced Web site that can help business operators access valuable, time-saving resources more easily. The department said in a release that www.commerce.idaho.gov features detailed information on business incentives, ...

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Lawsuit claims Boise man sold software illegally on eBay (access required)

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announced a lawsuit against a Boise man it accuses of knowingly selling software illegally on eBay, according to a news release. The association filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern ...

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Sun Valley to open new golf course and clubhouse in August (access required)

The White Clouds Golf Course will add a nine-hole, panoramic-view option to Sun Valley Resort’s golf offering, along with a new practice facility and 18-hole putting course. A new 58,000-square-foot clubhouse will serve as a pro shop for both the ...

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Google BSU and get a top three finisher (access required)

A team of five Boise State University students has placed among the top three in the Americas region of the 2008 Google Online Marketing Challenge. The competition requires teams of undergraduate or graduate students to recruit a small- to medium-sized ...

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Supervalu earnings rise despite lower retail sales (access required)

Supervalu Inc., which owns Albertsons grocery stores in Idaho, on July 22 reported earnings of $162 million, or 76 cents per share in its fiscal first quarter ended June 14. A year earlier, the company earned $148 million, or 69 ...

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Blue Cross of Idaho welcomes new chief lawyer (access required)

Steve Tobiason, former partner in Boise law firm Kane & Tobiason, has joined Blue Cross of Idaho as general counsel and senior vice president of legal services and governmental affairs. Tobiason, whose background includes a stint as division chief of ...

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Meridian planned community announces builders (access required)

O’Neill Enterprises today announced builders for their 200-acre planned community in north Meridian. Eagle’s Marrs Company and Meridian’s Tahoe Homes will build homes on one-quarter to one-third-acre lots in The Tree Farm’s single-family neighborhood, while Eagle-based Zach Evans Construction will ...

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Hoku asks for modified air quality permit (access required)

State environmental officials have opened a public comment period on a proposed modified air quality permit for the polysilicon production facility Hoku Materials, Inc. plans to build in Pocatello. The permit modification would clear the way for Hawaii-based Hoku to ...

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Modern Machinery broadens product line (access required)

Modern Machinery, a Komatsu dealer that fields 11 heavy machinery dealerships including three in Idaho, recently acquired rights to the Madill product line including equipment and parts inventories as well as intellectual property. Modern Machinery is based in Missoula and ...

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