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Target response: Finding the right option when facing an acquisition (access required)

More companies are finding themselves in the crosshairs of potential buyers as 2017 is on pace to be one of the largest ever for mergers and acquisitions in terms of value. “It’s a seller’s market right now. There’s not a ...

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Idaho pet prescription company goes public

Attention pet owners: A company you’ve never heard of wants you to stop buying prescription medicines and supplements for your dog or cat from your veterinarian and buy its products in stores instead. PetIQ, of Eagle, says it is the ...

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Idaho and Michigan only states without disclosure law

Idaho and Michigan are the only two states that don’t require personal financial disclosure by state lawmakers or other elected or appointed officials. The Spokesman-Review reports Vermont legislation signed into law last month clears the state from the list that ...

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Time for a breakup: Businesses use equity carve-outs to boost shareholder value (access required)

With ample available capital and evolving growth strategies, companies are increasingly carving out incompatible business units, often keeping a piece of the pie in the process. “If you have a partnership with one of these large companies, you take control ...

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Extended stay hotels say business is good, despite competition (access required)

Travelers needing to stay more than a few days in a particular location increasingly have an additional option that is more economical and offers more flexibility than the traditional hotel: The extended stay hotel. Extended stay hotels are for people ...

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Idaho, Utah team up to fight invasive mussels

Idaho is teaming up with Utah to protect Bear Lake on the Utah-Idaho border from invasive mussels. Idaho State Journal reports that the states have partnered with the Bear Lake Regional Commission to boost inspection capabilities at two inspection stations ...

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Hackers had access to millions of Social Security numbers

Hackers who breached Department of Commerce data systems in 10 states in March had access to more than 5.5 million Social Security numbers, along with another 805,000 accounts that didn’t include the Social Security numbers, according to records obtained from ...

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GOP targets Endangered Species Act as protections lifted

Congressional Republicans are moving forward with legislation to roll back the Endangered Species Act, amid complaints that the landmark 44-year-old law hinders drilling, logging and other activities. At simultaneous hearings July 19, House and Senate committees considered bills to revise ...

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