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More CFOs are being outsourced or are working part-time (access required)

Accounting firms are growing their revenue and helping clients grow their businesses, and not just through audits. Some accountants are now serving as full-fledged chief financial officers as client companies opt to outsource one of their most vital executive roles. ...

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Idaho justices order hospital to pay $52M in suit

The Idaho Supreme Court upheld a lower court’s decision June 17 ordering a Boise hospital to pay more than $52 million for violating a contract it had with an MRI company. The decision is the latest development in Saint Alphonsus ...

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New health insurance CO-OP receives permission to sell insurance (access required)

The nonprofit Mountain Health CO-OP has received permission from the Idaho Department of Insurance to start offering health insurance coverage this fall. Karen Early, a spokeswoman for the Eagle-based Mountain Health CO-OP, said the company will offer coverage in the ...

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Wireless companies put up more ‘stealth’ towers

One might be hidden in a cross on a church lawn. Others are disguised as a cactus in the desert, a silo in farm country or a palm tree reaching into a sunny sky Whatever the deception, the goal is ...

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SkyWest to add plane maintenance site in Boise (access required)

SkyWest Airlines, which flies out of all major Idaho airports, will add an airplane maintenance facility at an existing Jackson Jet Center hangar at the Boise Airport and will decide by the end of the summer whether to add a ...

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Employers offer wellness programs and hope for cost savings (access required)

Heidi Martin travels the Treasure Valley regularly to administer a wellness program for Saint Alphonsus Health System workers in the Treasure Valley. Martin assists with blood draws, the gathering of data such as height, weight and blood pressure, and with ...

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Lawsuits over Monsanto wheat centralized in Kansas

A lawsuit filed in Arkansas against Monsanto over the May 2013 discovery of an isolated field of genetically engineered wheat in Oregon has now landed in federal court in Kansas. The assignment June 12 of the Arkansas case to U.S. ...

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Pay raises go mainly to those in select industries

If you hope to get a raise that finally feels like one, it helps to work in the right industry. Pay for all kinds of workers should be rising by this point in the economy’s recovery. But five years after ...

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