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ON Semiconductor plans $11M equipment expansion (access required)

Integrated circuit manufacturer ON Semiconductor plans to add $11 million in production equipment and create 35 new jobs by the end of the year at its factory in Pocatello. The company said in a press release it would begin installing ...

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Inovus Solar founder speaks up for price on carbon (access required)

Hundreds of businesses in the Northwest are urging senators to pass comprehensive legislation to wean the country off carbon-based energy, and some Idaho companies are joining the fight. Clay Young, founder of Boise-based Inovus Solar, a company that designs and ...

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Demand for businesses to buy rises (access required)

Demand for businesses to buy increased since the first of 2010, but still-tight financing and fresh-in-mind valuations from more prosperous times continue to stall deals. Lending is loosening a bit, and though few financial indicators changed heading into 2010, people ...

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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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