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High water levels float Idaho Power’s boat (access required)

Profits more than doubled for Idacorp in the second quarter, according to company statements. High water levels generated lots of power at the same time hot weather and seasonal irrigation boosted demand. Idacorp is the parent company of Idaho Power. ...

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WGI reports record 2nd-quarter earnings (access required)

Higher sales and reigned-in cost increases propelled Washington Group International to record earnings in the second quarter, according to the company’s quarterly statement. Boise-based WGI reported net income of $28.7 million, or 94 cents a share in the second quarter, ...

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Round Up (access required)

Chatterbox LLC leased 18,500 square feet in the MWI Building, 2201 N. 20th St., Boise. Mark Cleverley of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant. Hickory Farms Idaho has leased 15,840 square feet of space located in the ...

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Missing listings require Dex to send new pages (access required)

The Dex telephone directory in late July mailed a four-page section of Idaho state government listings to Treasure Valley households. The addition corrects numerous errors. “There were a number of them, and I say this with a little blush on ...

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Idaho Falls airport gets new shuttle service to Denver (access required)

United Airlines now offers jet service between Idaho Falls and Denver. United Express, partnered with Skywest Airlines, began offering roundtrip flights June 8. The 50 and 70 seat jets depart Idaho Falls at 7:30 a.m. and 1:22 p.m. daily, and ...

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Micron competitor slapped by Federal Trade Commission (access required)

The Federal Trade Commission announced Aug. 2, via press release, that technology developer Rambus unlawfully monopolized the markets for four computer memory technologies. The technologies have been incorporated into industry standards for dynamic random access memory, or DRAM chips. DRAM ...

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Bank building deals with stink from reclaimed water (access required)

Toilets in the Banner Bank Building are a little less smelly than they used to be. Developer Gary Christensen added another filter and a treatment system to the Boise building’s water reclamation system, which provides the recycled water used in ...

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Idaho firm builds keyboard that warns you to clean up (access required)

A Coeur d’Alene manufacturer recently started production of a computer keyboard designed to help health care providers cut down on airborne infections. Advanced Input Systems designed the new hardware, called the Medigenic Medical Keyboard. It has a flat surface and ...

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Chris Wood buys Corporate Green (access required)

Corporate Green, a four-year-old Boise company that organizes golf tournaments and outings, has a new owner and president. Founder Bruce Avram sold the business to Chris Wood, who has published Intermountain Golf Magazine for 11 years, the parties said in ...

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Micron competitor slapped by Federal Trade Commission (access required)

The Federal Trade Commission announced Aug. 2, via press release, that technology developer Rambus unlawfully monopolized the markets for four computer memory technologies. The technologies have been incorporated into industry standards for dynamic random access memory, or DRAM chips. DRAM ...

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