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Supervalu lays off 60 Boise workers (access required)

Supermarket chain Supervalu Inc. has laid off 60 employees from its administrative offices in Boise. A spokeswoman said the workers were part of the grocery giant’s finance department, which is having some of its functions outsourced. The company employs about ...

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Intermountain Gas ‘snowmelt tariff’ approved

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission, after taking customer comments and holding a workshop, granted Intermountain Gas Co. authority to temporarily interrupt service to customers who use snowmelt equipment during periods when natural gas is in short supply. New residential and ...

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Change in IBR subscription

On Wednesday June 2, we will be upgrading our website by adding security and new features to our account center. You will be prompted to login the next time you access subscriber content on www.idahobusinessreview.com. For information, contact our customer ...

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Teknor acquires Spokane Cash Register (access required)

Teknor Inc., parent of point-of-sale systems provider Direct POS and Abacus Credit Card Solutions, both of Boise, on May 16 acquired Spokane Cash Register from Mike Coker, who is retiring, said Teknor President Billy Knorpp. Transaction details were not disclosed. ...

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New INL manager to focus on nuclear energy research (access required)

Rick Provencher assumes management of the Idaho National Laboratory as nuclear energy appears poised to enter a period of development in the United States. The nuclear industry has been re-energized by support from the White House and from some movement ...

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State launches film training program

The Idaho Film Office is launching a new program that will provide grants of up to $5,000 to help media and film workers in the state get hands-on production experience. The film office, part of the Idaho Department of Commerce’s ...

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