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Angel funding helped Boise’s Core Concepts take flight (access required)

Core Concepts Outdoor Inc. founder and president Noah Bryan is pretty sure he’s going to have to find more space within a year. He’s also pretty sure of where he’s going – or not going. “We’ll always design and distribute ...

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DoubleTree Club Hotel doubles as BSU dorm as pact renewed (access required)

About 60 Boise State University students moved back into the Hilton this semester. Boise State has renewed an agreement to use part of the DoubleTree Club Hotel by Hilton to help meet demand for student housing. BSU leased a 32-room ...

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TitleOne expands to E. Idaho with purchase (access required)

TitleOne Corp. of Boise recently acquired Idaho Title and Trust on the state’s east side. The seller was Gil Gardner, an attorney who plans to leave the real estate title and escrow industry. Idaho Title and Trust, a century-old business ...

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Work could start on Simplot JUMP project by year’s end, planners say (access required)

JUMP, the J.R. Simplot Foundation’s ambitious mixed-use plan for a weedy block of parcels near downtown Boise, is headed back to the design panel that rejected it nearly a year ago. The Boise City Design Review Committee will discuss the ...

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Silk Touch plans new building (access required)

Silk Touch Med Spa Laser and Lipo plans to own and anchor a 7,800-square-foot building expected to be built starting in mid-September in west Boise. The site is on the west side of Eagle Road between Ustick and McMillan roads. ...

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Coldwater CEO Pence won’t take salary (access required)

Coldwater Creek board members approved a request by Chairman and CEO Dennis Pence that he receive no salary, the Sandpoint-based retailer of women’s clothing and accessories said in a regulatory filing Aug. 31. Pence, whose salary was $1 million in ...

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Business Briefs

Job creation rate static Nonfarm payroll employment went unchanged from July to August, and the U.S. unemployment rate stayed at 9.1 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Sept. 2. The Idaho Department of Labor plans to release state ...

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RedBuilt buys Standard Structures assets (access required)

RedBuilt of Boise plans to buy selected assets of Standard Structures Inc.  Standard is leaving the engineered wood products business and restructuring because of the prolonged market downturn. RedBuilt said it would acquire assets such as inventory, raw materials, equipment and intellectual ...

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Unemployment bond issue nets low interest rate (access required)

A new bond issue will save Idaho money. An issue of bonds to repay a federal loan to the Idaho Department of Labor was scheduled to close Aug. 31. On the closing date, investors pay for the bonds and the ...

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No new construction impact fees in Ada County this year (access required)

Ada County Highway District commissioners will not raise traffic impact fees on new construction in the coming year. Commissioners approved a new impact fee ordinance and the fiscal 2012 budget Aug. 24, waiving a provision that would have allowed for ...

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