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A note from the editor Dec. 24

Happy holidays to you and your loved ones from us at Idaho Business Review! It’s a special time when many, including us, slow down our daily work routines to spend time with friends, family, maybe some snow projects…but if you find ...

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…to buy or sell your house 

Considering buying or selling a home but hit the pause button because of the holidays? Think again. The holidays are historically a great time to buy or sell and our experts have some advice for making the most of the festive real estate season.  “Winter is ...

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Supply is down, prices are up, Idahoans are worried

The holidays have arrived, a time for faith, family, and friendship. But this year, new worries weigh on the season. Small businesses and families across Idaho are confronted with broken supply chains and rising prices on everything from gas to ...

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A note from the editor Dec. 17

Despite the increasingly cold weather and snow forecasts in much of the state, the construction industry is not preparing to hibernate, as evidenced in this week’s focus section and Biz ‘Bites.’ Ground has been broken for several projects in the ...

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Idaho COVID vaccinations — separating fact from fiction

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across Idaho. Hardest hit? Vulnerable older adults, children, families struggling to juggle work and caregiving and people with medical conditions like diabetes, heart disease and cancer.   Decades of research has proven that vaccinations are literally our best shot at corralling COVID-19. Ask ...

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Make the most of charitable giving with your IRA 

When we think about leaving a charitable giving legacy, making a bequest from our estate naturally comes to mind. However, individual retirement accounts (IRAs) can be an attractive and flexible way to manage charitable gifts and meet estate planning needs.  ...

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A guest opinion on Scott Yenor’s comments 

By now Boise State University professor Scott Yenor’s misogynous remarks at a far-right gathering in Florida have been widely publicized, criticized and, no doubt, applauded in extremist circles.  “Our independent women seek their purpose in life in mid-level bureaucratic jobs like human resource management, environmental protection and marketing,” he told the audience. “They’re ...

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A note from the editor Dec. 10

Among the continued coverage of construction, housing, technology, etc., one topic stands out this week: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion., commonly referred to as DEI.  This initiative is one many businesses are getting behind; they are across the state, the nation, ...

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A note from the editor Dec. 3

Happy first week of December everyone! We hope you all had an enjoyable holiday, and that the new month is starting off well. We’re kicking off our first edition of the month with a breadth of tech news. Reporter Catie ...

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