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Thrift stores change with the times

Idaho technology companies aren’t the only ones looking to Silicon Valley for inspiration. Two years ago, a team of leaders from the Idaho Youth Ranch, which helps pay for its social services programs through revenues from its two dozen second-hand ...

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Ketchum angling for a culinary school (access required)

A new culinary school is in the works for the former Globus restaurant space that closed Oct. 6 in downtown Ketchum. The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is a collaboration between food industry notables Paul Hineman and Chris Koetke and Sun ...

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U.S. Attorney’s office will move to Pioneer Crossing (access required)

The U.S. Attorney’s Office will relocate to the new Pioneer Crossing office building at Myrtle and 13th streets, becoming the second announced tenant for the five-story, 127,000-square-foot structure expected to open in May. First Interstate Bank in June announced it would ...

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Catching up with TSheets

photo of tsheets tshirts

When Matt Rissell, CEO of TSheets Inc., agreed in December to be acquired by Intuit Inc., one of his friends made a bet with him: The new owners would make him take the beer keg out of the break room, ...

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IBR launches tech email newsletter, revives health care industry coverage

As part of its continuing evolution, the Idaho Business Review is launching a new technology email newsletter and reviving coverage of the health care industry. The changes leverage the unique expertise of the IBR’s editorial staff. Reporter Sharon Fisher will ...

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