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Six must-have apps for every lawyer’s new iPad

You received exactly what you’d asked for this holiday season, and now you’re holding a shiny, new iPad in your hands. Now what? How do you figure out which apps to download to help to make you a more effective, ...

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Computers: Sucking our will to live since 1975

A nationwide survey commissioned by Crucial.com indicates Americans lose four days each year waiting for their computers to behave, cutting into precious time survey respondents say they’d rather spend exercising, sleeping or planning healthy meals. I always knew the machines ...

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Core standards matter to business

Imagine for a moment today is Jan. 1, 2019, and your business is thriving. So much so that you need to fill 60 key positions in the coming year, all of which require technical skills and/or education beyond high school. ...

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Does saying, ‘I’m sorry’ help?

Has a physician ever made a mistake that harmed you or a loved one? Did the physician apologize? Whether to offer a simple “I’m sorry,” when things didn’t go as planned, has long been the subject of debate among health ...

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Employers revising health plans to avoid ‘Cadillac Tax’

While most of the attention on the Obama administration’s health care law has been on health insurance exchanges and Medicaid expansion, employer-sponsored health plans are also beginning to slowly feel the effects. One change that will affect employer-sponsored plans beginning ...

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Idaho’s a gem with many facets

It’s a stunt you couldn’t pull off anywhere else. On Dec. 31, the Idaho New Year’s Eve Commission will drop a giant, glowing potato in celebration of the new year. I’m a fan of potatoes in all shapes and sizes, ...

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The SEC whistleblower program: two years later

This past August marked the second anniversary of the implementation of the Securities and Exchange Commission whistleblower program. At the time of its inception, the whistleblower program attracted attention from the business and legal communities, promising to entice potential whistleblowers ...

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An array of insurance options for Idaho small businesses

Small businesses, typically defined as those with fewer than 500 employees, represent 96.9 percent of all employers in Idaho and employ 57.4 percent of the private-sector workforce. These businesses are a large part of the state’s economy, and as such ...

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