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Boise Philharmonic kicks off 60th season (access required)

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The Boise Philharmonic kicked off its 60th anniversary season Thursday night with a salon at the Boise Train Depot. Dozens of people filled the historic station to help the symphony celebrate, and they were treated to a toast of sparkling ...

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Another office tenant will soon land at Eagle View Landing

MERIDIAN – Ball Ventures Ahlquist hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 10 to launch a new 75,000-square foot office building in Eagle View Landing where the new tenant – Americor Financial – will be doing business next year. The event ...

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IBR panel covers value of planning business transitions

Failing to plan is planning to fail. That was the message of the IBR’s Business Transitions forum, an experts series intended to help business owners who are planning to sell their companies, as well as people who are considering owning a ...

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New type of capital investment fund comes to Idaho (access required)

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Three Idaho investors are creating a fund to invest in regional companies, particularly ones in Idaho led by women or people of color. “We are looking for companies that do not fit the traditional bank lending or venture capital (VC) ...

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Catching up with Cradlepoint, as it forks into public safety

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Cradlepoint, one of Boise’s most venerable startups, has created an arm focused on the company’s public sector and public safety products, geared toward first responders. While the public sector has been one of Cradlepoint’s four main markets for some time ...

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Officials spar with senators over plan for mortgage giants (access required)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Trump administration officials on Tuesday defended their plan to Congress for ending government control of mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, clashing with Democratic senators on whether the change would raise home borrowing costs and ...

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US consumer borrowing posts biggest gain since late 2017

WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumer borrowing surged in July at its fastest pace since late 2017, driven by a big jump credit card use. Consumer borrowing increased by $23.3 billion in July after a $13.8 billion advance in June, the Federal ...

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