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Helen Johnson joins Zions Bank as business banker (access required)

Zions Bank has hired Helen Johnson as a business banking relationship manager at its Nampa branch at 2121 W. Karcher Road. In this role, she is responsible for developing and maintaining banking relationships with business clients. Johnson brings more than 30 years of ...

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Mortgage statistics offer good news, bad news (access required)

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The bad news is that mortgage delinquencies are up. The good news is that mortgage applications are also up along with rebounding home sales. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, the total number of loans now in forbearance increased from ...

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Analysis: COVID-19 behind the strange drop in bankruptcies (access required)

In general, bankruptcies increase as a result of economic downturns. It may come as a surprise, then, that bankruptcies have done the exact opposite since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the American Bankruptcy Institute, the numbers from ...

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JPMorgan Chase building Boise branch with private banking (access required)

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After closing its Boise branches inside Fred Meyer grocery stores in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus, JPMorgan Chase Bank is now building a new branch — across the street from a Fred Meyer grocery store in which one of those branches ...

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Vacasa gets additional funding to overcome coronavirus (access required)

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Vacasa — which, like many vacation rental companies, was hit hard by COVID-19 — has received an additional round of funding from its investors that is intended to help it through the crisis. The company, which has headquarters both in Portland and ...

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Angels will keep investing, but conservatively, survey says (access required)

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Angel investors still expect to keep investing in early-stage startups despite the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic but are likely to be more conservative in doing so, according to a recent survey performed by the Angel Capital Association. “There’s less investing going ...

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