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A10 Capital opens Midwest office

A10 Capital, a Boise-based commercial real estate financing firm, has opened a new Midwest division in Chicago. Greg Cazel has been named an executive vice president and will oversee the Chicago office. According to REJournal.com, the firm announced a $100 ...

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Judge gives Phoenix developer OK to buy DBSI’s lots for $6.4M (access required)

Dow Jones Bankruptcy Review is reporting that a bankruptcy judge gave homebuilder Beazer Homes USA Inc. (BZH) permission to buy more than 200 undeveloped lots near Phoenix from DBSI Inc. for $6.4 million. Judge Peter J. Walsh of the U.S. ...

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Thorne Research merges with Diversified Natural Products

Thorne Research, a Sandpoint company that manufactures nutritional supplements for humans and animals, has merged with Diversified Natural Products and plans to expand its manufacturing operations. Thorne employs about 160 people in Sandpoint, where it manufactures, packages, and ships nutritional ...

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Mortgage defaults decline locally

Mortgage defaults in the Treasure Valley have declined for the third straight month. Idaho Data Providers is reporting that 577 defaults were filed in June, down from a high of 949 in March. In their June market report, Idaho Data ...

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Idaho’s first Chick-Fil-A to open

Boise State is about to become home to Idaho’s first Chick-Fil-A restaurant. The Georgia-based chicken restaurant chain is scheduled to open in the Student Union Building in October. Frank Zang, director of Communications and Marketing at BSU confirmed it will ...

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Survey: Boise-area companies confident but ready for change (access required)

Corporate board members and executives from some of Boise’s largest companies are confident about the future, but they’re also preparing for a changed business landscape, according to a survey by the audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG LLP. KPMG surveyed ...

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Future of Eagle city hall uncertain

In Eagle, the future of City Hall remains in question, specifically because of its high operating costs. Now a task force is proposing four options that could save thousands of dollars annually. In 2009, Eagle was forced to slash its ...

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