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The next grid attack is coming. Idaho can help prevent it (access required)

Imagine if homes across Idaho lost power and heat without warning. That happened recently in North Carolina when criminals attacked a pair of electrical substations, cutting off power to tens of thousands of people for nearly a week. That event ...

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How Idaho businesses can prepare for an economic downturn (access required)

Following a global pandemic, Idaho finance executives have redefined adaptability with warp-speed reconfiguration of capital investment plans. With a potential economic slowdown on the horizon in 2023, how can Idaho businesses prepare? Between supply chain stagnation, rapid inflation, rising interest ...

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7 New Year’s resolutions for your small business  (access required)

Setting New Year’s resolutions is an important exercise for businesses, especially as experts predict economic uncertainty in the new year. No matter what your goal is — improving workplace culture, increasing revenue and growth, or improving workplace wellness for your ...

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A note from the editor Jan. 6 (access required)

2023 is starting out strong for us.  Our Jan. 6 edition features in-depth looks into Idaho industries and products, inspiring stories of business owners launching new ventures, two Idaho companies’ impact in another country, local collaborations and more. We also have ...

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Hitting pause — successful contracting in an uncertain market (access required)

The construction industry has faced various struggles since the onset of the pandemic. Recent reports confirm that medium-term commercial construction, specifically, has a cloudy forecast at best. There are juxtaposing perspectives in the industry. The July AIA Consensus Construction Forecast ...

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3 tips to help small businesses not fall victim to scams (access required)

Small business owners have a lot on their plate, but fighting fraud should be a priority. Fraudsters often pretend to be someone you can trust and create a sense of urgency to act quickly. For example, a fraudster could compromise ...

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A note from the editor Dec. 23 (access required)

Our annual Year in Review coverage looks a bit different this year. To reflect on and wrap up 2022, we literally looked back on our coverage from January 2022 to the beginning of December 2022 and noticed some unifying themes ...

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