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Oil company wants royalties lawsuit moved to federal court

A Texas-based oil and gas company wants a state lawsuit alleging fraud and breached leases over Idaho natural gas royalties moved to federal court. Alta Mesa submitted notice Thursday in U.S. District Court seeking to move the complaint filed last ...

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Small business cultures need to evolve along with work force

Meloney Perry once worked at a traditional big law firm with a formal, corporate atmosphere, and knew she wanted a different culture at her own firm. “I learned the ‘old school’ way, but it’s changed,” says Perry, founder of Perry ...

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A word with Kevin Satterlee, president of Idaho State University

Kevin Satterlee has deep Idaho roots that run through the state’s public institutions of higher education. A fourth-generation Gem State native and self-described “small town boy,” Satterlee took on his most public role last April when he was named the ...

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2019 Icon winners shaped Idaho throughout their careers

The Idaho Business Review is thrilled to announce the Icon award honorees for 2019. Now in its second year, the program is focused on recognizing exceptional men and women whose lives and careers have made a big impact on Idaho ...

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Splash Wines has a new president; teams with investment firm (access required)

EAGLE — Splash Wines, Inc., a company that ships wine directly to customers’ homes, has hired a new president and retained an investment banking firm to raise capital. In a news release, Splash said it appointed Bruce Cunningham, a native of ...

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Company gives Burley the deep freeze with cold storage hub (access required)

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BURLEY – NewCold lives up to its name in all senses of the word: it is new and, boy, is it cold. The Netherlands-based specialist in automated cold storage marked the grand opening of its $90 million, 180,000-square-foot facility in ...

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Yogurt company offers to pay school district’s lunch debt

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Yogurt company Chobani has offered to pay off $85,000 in student lunch debt at an Idaho school district. The Twin Falls School District announced Tuesday that the donation would cover the debt acquired by more ...

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