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Biz ‘Bites:’ Idaho hires and quits

Walmart is hiring again The pandemic economy was good to some businesses, like Walmart as one example. As a result, Walmart announced on March 16 that it’s hiring — again. In that announcement, Walmart said: “As we are in our ...

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New local H2B, MS Administrative Services partnership ‘disrupting’ health care system  (access required)

A new partnership taking off in Idaho aims to fix a piece of the broken health care system nationwide.  Health 2 Business (H2B) and MS Administrative Services together are offering a “turnkey, community-based solution” that allows employers to offer employees direct ...

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STCU to take over Banner Bank’s Hayden branch (access required)

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STCU, formerly the Spokane Teachers Credit Union, is acquiring a Banner Bank branch in Hayden as well as three other branches in northeast Washington, in Stevens County. What makes this transaction interesting is the transfer of retail banking brick-and-mortar locations ...

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Idaho Strategic Resources Inc. listed on the NYSE American exchange (access required)

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Another Idaho company is making its move onto a New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) platform. On March 11, Coeur d’Alene’s Idaho Strategic Resources will go live with the ticker IDR on the NYSE American exchange, which is a NYSE-owned and ...

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Meet Boise’s B-Corps

In December of 2021, Lost Grove Brewing became Boise’s newest B-Corp and the first B-Corp brewery in Idaho. They joined 10 other Boise businesses in the global movement to be more intentional in what they do and how they do ...

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Religious objectors to file civil rights complaints against Micron (access required)

The February 18 rally by the Micron Employees for Religious Freedom at the Idaho Capitol.

Constructive termination is a nasty phrase. A group called Micron Employees for Religious Freedom (MERF) claims it was one of several discriminatory actions Micron Technology committed while creating its vaccination mandate for its employees. On Feb. 18, MERF held a ...

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Mavik’s OnCall Recruiting model shows early success  (access required)

Boise-based Mavik Ventures is seeing significant success after the first year’s run of its new staff recruiting model. James Cramer, executive recruiter for Mavik, said the startup company placed 137 candidates with companies across North America with its OnCall Recruiting ...

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TDS to expand fiber, services into Magic Valley   (access required)

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TDS has announced it is coming to Magic Valley with a multimillion-dollar investment in hundreds of miles of fiber, a warehouse facility and potential for new (permanent or temporary) jobs. This expansion joins current projects underway in Ada and Canyon ...

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My Secret Plumber offers new, virtual problem-solving   (access required)

My Secret Plumber, a cloud-based platform headquartered in Treasure Valley, is solving plumbing problems virtually for homeowners and business owners alike. The “virtual plumber” company is touted as the first of its kind in the industry and has already served ...

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