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Boise women technology employees hold inaugural event

More than 100 women from Boise’s biggest technology companies got together to share professional advice at the first Treasure Valley Women in Tech event. In the first of what’s hoped to be at least a quarterly or semiannual experience, women ...

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Catching up with Royal Jay, converting health care from Blockbuster to Netflix

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It’s not easy for Jarod Ferguson to explain what Royal Jay does. “We help health care companies improve performance in value-based contracts,” said Ferguson, founder and CEO of the Boise-based company. Value-based, as opposed to fee-for-service, is a relatively new ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Brad Frazer, Hawley Troxell partner and intellectual property expert

Brad Frazer wants to help Idaho companies protect their intellectual property and avoid “leaving money on the table.” A member of Hawley Troxell’s business and finance group, he also chairs the firm’s internet and intellectual property group. Frazer has shared ...

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No business lounge planned at Boise Airport yet

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The Boise Airport has a plan to add $200 million of upgrades, but that isn’t likely to include a business lounge, according to administrators. “The Boise Airport is always looking for ways to expand amenities offered for passengers,” said Seth Briggs, ...

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What would a Xerox acquisition of HP mean for Idaho? (access required)

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Xerox is trying to buy HP – and it could mean layoffs. According to media reports, Xerox has offered HP $22 per share, consisting of 77% cash and 23% stock, or $17 in cash and 0.137 Xerox share for each HP share. If accepted, ...

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Valley County highway levy hits the end of the road

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A plan to raise money for roads didn’t work out for Valley County during the recent election. The west central county, which includes McCall, tried to raise $2 million through a road levy to help replace federal funding the county ...

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After a decade of changes, St. Luke’s CEO announces retirement

David Pate, CEO of St. Luke’s Health System, announced Wednesday he plans to retire in January. Pate is a doctor and lawyer who joined St. Luke’s about a decade ago. When he was hired, he made the St. Luke’s board ...

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Idaho, Energy Department sign deal on spent nuclear fuel

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Idaho granted a conditional waiver Thursday to the U.S. Department of Energy that could allow research quantities of spent nuclear fuel into the state after years of blocking such shipments. The agreement announced by Gov. Brad Little and Attorney General ...

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