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Former Olympian Kristin Armstrong to open second gym Downtown (access required)

Downtowners looking to squeeze in a sweat sesh during a lunch break or after work might want to pivot to a new fitness provider opening for business a few weeks before Thanksgiving. The owner is a familiar face to Idaho ...

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Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center expands cancer infusion services (access required)

To keep pace with the demand for its services, the Cancer Care Center at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center recently opened its newly expanded and renovated Chemotherapy Infusion Room. The new outpatient facility more than doubles the square footage of ...

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Catching up with ClickFunnels as it guides internet commerce (access required)

Want fries with that? If so, you’ve just used a funnel, a sales technique that made ClickFunnels one of the most successful companies in the U.S. The five-year-old Eagle-based software company recently ranked 440 on the Inc. 5000 list of ...

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Coeur d’Alene energy storage company looking to site 2,000-employee battery factory

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A Coeur d’Alene company is developing battery storage technology similar to that of Tesla Inc., which could lead to a manufacturing facility being sited in the state with up to 2,000 jobs. The company, KORE Power, produces lithium ion batteries ...

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SMHeuristics, Megaforce poised to formalize relationship (access required)

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With two Idaho companies signing memorandums of understanding (MOU) with Taiwanese manufacturer Megaforce, will Boise-based sales and marketing company SMHeuristics be next? In June, Megaforce signed an MOU with Meridian manufacturer PKG User Interface Solutions, while in September Megaforce signed an ...

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Retailers face repercussions of no-open-carry policies

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The gun debate has hit the retail sector, with a number of companies enacting no-open-carry policies and some organizations advocating for bills to limit businesses’ ability to take that step. Albertsons, Kroger (the parent company of Idaho retailer Fred Meyer), Walmart ...

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