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Legislative committee recommends lower budget figure than governor’s (access required)

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While the Economic Outlook and Revenue Assessment Committee concurred with Gov. Brad Little on his revenue assessment for the current fiscal year, it cut $23 million from his estimate for next year, citing concerns of a possible recession. The committee ...

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Catching up with Zennify, as it takes an investment from Salesforce (access required)

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MERIDIAN – A local software company has taken its first investment, from Salesforce Ventures, the corporate investment group of the San Francisco-based software giant. Consulting company Zennify helps other companies implement Salesforce customer relationship management software. It was formed in ...

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Boise startups receive national acclaim (access required)

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A number of Boise startups have received national attention lately. Ten Boise startups were named by the Tech Tribune in its annual list of the Best Startups in Boise. Named to the list for the first time were ConvertKit and Pingman ...

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Opportunity Zone regulations get final revision

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The Internal Revenue Service and Department of the Treasury have issued what are expected to be the final regulations for Opportunity Zones. The new regulations were issued on Dec. 19 and comprise more than 500 pages in length. “For us, ...

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Zions offers electronic loan application from Mirador (access required)

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Idaho banks are partnering with a Portland, Oregon-based company on electronic loan applications that can get responses back in a matter of days. “It is an easy system to use and a quick process,” said Jeff McDougall, project manager with ...

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California technology credit union considering Idaho location (access required)

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A venerable San Jose, California-based credit union geared toward the technology community is considering setting up shop in Boise. Tech CU, formally known as Technology Credit Union, hasn’t filed paperwork with the state of Idaho nor received approval from its ...

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