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OTA broadcaster adding Telemundo, other channels (access required)

Cocola Broadcasting Corp. is adding Spanish-language network Telemundo and several other TV channels on Sept. 13 to its over-the-air broadcasts. Cocola’s broadcasts start on channel 16 in the Treasure Valley, higher up the dial than all other local broadcasters. After ...

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Idaho ranks second in credit union member growth (access required)

Idaho remains one of the fastest-growing states for credit union activity. It ranks second for median growth in members, loans and assets, according to new state-level data from the National Credit Union Association. Idaho was also tops in the median ...

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AFP honors community philanthropists on National Philanthropy Day

The Idaho chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals is once again honoring the people who are making a difference to the community in a big way. Since 1986, the AFP has set aside a day to recognize and pay ...

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Credit card breaches are costlier for community banks (access required)

A national survey of banks found that the Target consumer data breach last year was costlier for community banks with less than $1 billion in assets than for larger banks. The survey by the American Bankers Association found community banks ...

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Banks, processors bet on microchips (access required)

The biggest bet on chips these days isn’t at the casino. Amid concerns over the ease with which credit and debit cards can be counterfeited, banks, retailers and firms that process transactions are shifting to newer, more costly cards with ...

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Home Depot confirms breach in US, Canada stores

Shares of home-improvement retailer Home Depot sank before the opening bell Sept. 9  after confirming that its payment systems had been hacked, potentially exposing millions of shoppers who used credit and debit cards at its more than 2,000 U.S. and ...

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A word with Connie Runia of Collection Bureau

Connie Runia is a lawyer who works as general counsel for the Nampa-based Collection Bureau, a collection agency founded in 1992 by Idaho attorney Mark L. Clark. Collections is big business in Idaho, as it is everywhere else in the ...

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Bodovino is a world leader in self-service wine tasting (access required)

Self-service wine tasting is the order of business at downtown Boise’s Bodovino wine bar and retail shop. It’s the largest outlet in the world for Italian wine dispenser manufacturer WineEmotion. To sample wine at Bodovino, customers load up a Bodovino ...

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Small business pointers to be shared at Meridian Business Day (access required)

Meridian Business Day is a morning of workshops and networking organized by small business people for small business people. The force behind Meridian Business Day is Brandon Wright, well known in Meridian for his monthly SmokeOut Networking Group barbecue luncheons. ...

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