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Idaho Business Review names 2014 Leaders in Law

Experience, dedication, hard work, and excellence are words that might be used, one or two at a time, to describe some. Yet all of them, used in a single sentence, define the 2014 Idaho Business Review Leaders in Law. This ...

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Community bankers concerned with regulation, non-bank competitors (access required)

In a new report, Idaho community banking leaders say improving economic conditions are helping their business, but increased regulations and competition is making it tough for them to survive. Walmart, financial technology companies like Square and Paypal and credit unions ...

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Utah venture capital accelerator expands into Idaho (access required)

The Wayne Brown Institute, a Salt Lake City-based venture capital accelerator focusing on technology companies, is looking to increase its presence in Idaho. The accelerator will seek to add up to 40 Idaho mentors to counsel new entrepreneurs and find ...

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Pizza chains eye Idaho (access required)

More pizza appears to be in Idaho’s future. The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Peter Piper Pizza, which runs 143 corporate and franchise-owned restaurants, has identified Idaho as a target for new pizza restaurants. Peter Piper is only in four southwestern States right ...

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LiveRez launches new website, tools for rental managers (access required)

Vacation rental software company LiveRez announced a new website for booking professionally managed vacation homes as well as other improvements to its reservation and scheduling software at a recent conference for vacation rental managers in Boise. Founder Tracy Lotz says ...

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Idaho’s wildfire season ends after a tame summer

Idaho’s typically active wildfire season is closing with a slow fizzle after short bursts of rain and cooler temperatures dampened the state’s tinderbox of fuel. Roughly 271 square miles in Idaho have burned after 1,090 fires ignited between May and ...

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$2 million solar project proposed in central Idaho

An alternative energy company has applied for a 50-year state lease to build a $2 million, 50-acre solar project in central Idaho. Ketchum-based Sagebrush Solar wants to install about 3,600 solar panels on 6 acres in Ohio Gulch north of ...

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A word with Cathy Silak, dean of Concordia University Law School (access required)

Cathy Silak is dean of the Concordia University School of Law, which opened in Boise in 2012. Silak has an extensive background in law. She was the first woman in Idaho to be appointed an appellate judge, in 1990. She ...

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