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Mountain America Credit Union expands in Idaho (access required)

West Jordan, Utah-based Mountain America Credit Union this month opened its first Idaho branch offices. Mountain America opened Dec. 5 at 152 Bullock St. in Chubbuck. A week later, the credit union opened in Idaho Falls at 3202 S. 25th E., ...

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First National Bank of Layton mortgage center adds staff (access required)

The First National Bank of Layton mortgage loan production center in Meridian is adding employees. The office opened in April with a staff of 12. Thirty now work there, including six hired in the last six weeks, Production Manager Jeremy ...

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Syringa Bank parent extends stock offer (access required)

Syringa Bancorp has extended its stock offering originally slated to conclude Sept. 15. All parties agreed to extend the escrow closing date to Jan. 16 as they continue to work through a few issues, said CEO Scott Gibson, president and ...

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Idaho credit union growth coincides with money-moving effort (access required)

Idaho credit unions added an estimated 3,400 new members last month as the national Occupy movement, which has several supportive groups in Idaho, encouraged people to transfer their money from large banks. Idaho Credit Union League President Alan Cameron said ...

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Boise Cascade reports loss due to slow housing market (access required)

Boise Cascade Holdings reported a $3.7 million net loss in the third quarter of 2011, which is an improvement from a year ago for the privately held wood products and building materials company. The company lost $5.6 million in the ...

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Boise Paper debt rating improves (access required)

Moody’s Investors Service on Oct. 21 boosted its rating of much of Boise Paper Holdings LLC’s debt. The ratings agency cited strong credit-protection fundamentals in the short term as well as the Boise company’s increased focus on the more stable ...

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Idaho’s rate of bank regulatory orders noted in study (access required)

Idaho banks rank well by one measure and not so well by another in a nationwide count of those under government compliance or consent orders. The orders require banks to improve their balance sheets. SNL Financial found that as of ...

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Coldwater Creek warns of wider losses (access required)

Coldwater Creek Inc. on Oct. 17 warned it will post wider losses than anticipated in current and upcoming quarters. The Sandpoint-based retailer of women’s clothing and accessories has struggled recently and is overhauling its merchandising approach. The Sandpoint-based retailer of women’s clothing ...

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Small business group, health insurers disagree on new health exchange board (access required)

An Idaho small business group is raising concerns that the state’s three large insurance companies could have too large a hand in how Idaho creates a new health insurance exchange. The exchange, part of the 2010 federal health care reform, ...

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Defaults drop in September (access required)

Home mortgage default filings fell 40 percent in Ada and Canyon counties combined in September, after jumping by a third a month earlier. Idaho Data Providers reported Ada County defaults fell 54 percent, from 342 in August to 156 in ...

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