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Boise State gets grant for cybersecurity certificate (access required)

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Boise State University has received more than $800,000 from the Idaho Workforce Development Council to help jump-start its cybersecurity certificate. The university first started talking about the 12-credit certificate – a two-semester online program that does not require a computer ...

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Idaho National Laboratory leading the charge on microgrids (access required)

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Editor’s Note: This is the third in a three-part series on Idaho National Laboratory. IDAHO FALLS – Electrical transmission consists of four main parts: The things that produce electricity, the things that consume electricity, the things that store electricity and ...

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Saint Alphonsus announces collaborative relationship with internationally-renowned cancer institute (access required)

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Saint Alphonsus Medical Center has announced a collaborative relationship with the internationally-renowned OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. The partnership will provide patients access to the latest treatments, clinical trials and second opinions from leading cancer doctors and researchers, said Odette Bolano, president ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Louisa Waldman, Robert Half regional vice president

Robert Half, a global human resource consulting firm, recently released its 2020 Salary Guides, which offer a deep dive into compensation for hundreds of positions. The guides reveal starting salary ranges, the latest hiring trends, tools to recruit top talent, desired perks and ...

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HP rejects Xerox offer but leaves the door open (access required)

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HP rejected a bid from Xerox to buy the company but indicated it was willing to keep talking about some sort of merger. “Our Board of Directors has reviewed and considered your unsolicited proposal dated November 5, 2019 at a ...

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Galena to develop eight more Opportunity Zone projects in Idaho

Galena Opportunity Fund, which has funded both of the Opportunity Zone projects in Idaho, has eight more Opportunity Zone projects coming down the pipeline, including one to provide workforce housing in McCall. “We will do three projects [that are] housing-related ...

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Google Fiber shuts down Boise call center

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A call center that served Google Fiber customers in other states has been shut down. Google never offered the high-speed internet service in Boise, but operated the call center in subleased space on the former HP campus on Chinden. “We’ve ...

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Olympian Kristin Armstrong launches downtown Boise gym location (access required)

PIVOT Lifestyle + Fitness by KA, the line of gyms launched by three-time gold medalist Kristin Armstrong, continues to expand in the Treasure Valley. On Nov. 13, a ribbon-cutting and grand opening were held for the second fitness facility in ...

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