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Breakfast Series report: Data security

Cybersecurity Data breaches are on the rise, with 780 reported in 2015 and 1,093 in 2016, according to Identity Theft Resource Center and CyberScout. Globally, the attacks are costing us hundreds of billions of dollars every year, with experts estimating ...

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Breakfast Series report: Small business and regulation

Introduction: Managing regulation State and federal regulation is a fact of life in small business. Even before the business gets off the ground, entrepreneurs need to be knowledgeable about the implications of choosing a business structure,  sophisticated about choosing a ...

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Breakfast Series report: A rapidly evolving retail landscape 

Introduction: Managing change online and on the ground Boise has made its way to the national radar when it comes to retail. Where once it used to be one of the last states considered for expansions, now it’s getting some ...

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Tastemakers: Restaurants & breweries (access required)

Introduction The restaurant and brewery industry in Idaho has been flourishing lately, with far more openings than closings. But it’s far from an easy business: Owners and managers have to constantly adjust their practices to stay on top of ever-changing ...

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Forum on the Future: IBR Breakfast Series report (access required)

Introduction: Forum on the Future Idaho has seen tremendous growth and change over the last few years, and 2016 was no different. New construction has changed the appearance of Boise’s downtown, and that change will continue into 2017. In the coming ...

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Low key & high tech: IBR Breakfast Series report (access required)

Introduction: Low key & high tech More and more tech startups are making an appearance in the Boise area and throughout Idaho. That’s a good thing — the jobs pay well and attract highly educated and skilled professionals. But starting a ...

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Largest Valley Country Store is under construction in Jerome (access required)

Jerome-based Valley Wide Cooperative is building its largest Valley Country Store convenience store and fueling center at the entrance of Crossroads Point Business Center, just north of the Interstate 84 exit for Twin Falls. Valley Wide started construction on the ...

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Osteopathic college is on track for February groundbreaking (access required)

The proposed Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine – which would be Idaho’s first and, so far, only medical school – is on track for a groundbreaking in February that will enable it to offer classes beginning in 2018. So far, ...

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2 families look for changes in law after losing cabins in state auction

Two Idaho families are researching their legal options after they lost their cabins at the latest Payette Lake state land auction August 19. The Idaho Land Board gave the Idaho Department of Lands the power to sell the land it owns ...

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