Quantcast
Home / News / Business News (page 260)

Business News

Panel: Startups need to understand the language of a term sheet (access required)

Entrepreneurs looking for money from angel investors or venture capital firms need to pay attention to the specifics of their deal, a panel of mostly investors told a crowd of entrepreneurs at an April 15 event sponsored by the Wayne ...

Read More »

Chobani’s founder, Hamdi Ulukaya, visits Cuba (access required)

Hamdi Ulukaya, the founder of the Chobani Greek yogurt company, visited Havana as part of a New York state trade mission to Cuba April 20, according to his spokesman. Ulukaya traveled with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the first American ...

Read More »

A word with Sheri Johnson of the Southwest Idaho Manufacturers’ Alliance

Sheri Johnson is the board president of the Southwest Idaho Manufacturers’ Alliance, or SWI-MA, a new group based at the TeCenter in Nampa that started signing up members in January. Johnson is a former real estate agent who for years ...

Read More »

Advanced CFO expands to Boise (access required)

Advanced CFO Solutions, a Salt Lake City-based fractional CFO provider, has hired Matt McKinlay to work for the company in Boise. The move is Advanced CFO’s first expansion outside Utah. Founding Partner Kent Thomas said there are many up-and-coming companies ...

Read More »

Retail broker Morgan & Samson opens office in Meridian (access required)

Morgan & Sampson USA, a national broker of a broad array of retail products, has opened an office at Sonoma Square in Meridian. The Cypress, Calif.-based company’s local office will serve as a manufacturers’ representative  to supply products to Albertsons ...

Read More »

Summer brings a new clubhouse to RedHawk (access required)

The RedHawk Public Golf Course used to provide a Spartan experience. It had a dirt parking lot, and a three-bedroom house served as the clubhouse. RedHawk owners inherited this simple setup in January 2014 when they acquired what had been ...

Read More »

Economic development funds shorted (access required)

Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has vetoed $3 million in funding for an economic development and worker training grant program run by the Idaho Department of Labor. The governor asked lawmakers for $5 million for the Industry Sector Grants, which ...

Read More »

The Core, WBI partnering on med-tech event (access required)

The Core and the Wayne Brown Institute are partnering for a two-day event in September focused on helping medical technology companies in Idaho connect with one another, grow and raise money.  On Sept. 16, WBI will hold one of its ...

Read More »

Business offers a 3D puzzle with escape as the prize (access required)

Boise couple Anik Montpetit and Blake Furlow have launched Boise Escape, a downtown Boise entertainment option for people who like to solve puzzles. Being locked in a room with roughly an hour to escape, teams of two to six people ...

Read More »