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STCU to take over Banner Bank’s Hayden branch (access required)

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STCU, formerly the Spokane Teachers Credit Union, is acquiring a Banner Bank branch in Hayden as well as three other branches in northeast Washington, in Stevens County. What makes this transaction interesting is the transfer of retail banking brick-and-mortar locations ...

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Idaho Strategic Resources Inc. listed on the NYSE American exchange (access required)

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Another Idaho company is making its move onto a New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) platform. On March 11, Coeur d’Alene’s Idaho Strategic Resources will go live with the ticker IDR on the NYSE American exchange, which is a NYSE-owned and ...

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Morin joins Bright Bank

Kahlia Morin has joined Bright Bank in Boise as vice president branch manager in Eagle. In this role, Morin is responsible for overseeing lending and branch operations along with developing and servicing a wide range of client banking needs. With ...

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Rose joins D.L. Evans Bank

Mary Rose has been appointed mortgage loan officer at D.L. Evans Bank for the Wood River area. Rose was born and raised in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She grew up as a cross country ski racer, competing through high school and ...

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The stock index & how history may make you a smart investor 

On the most fundamental level, there are two different approaches to investing in the stock market: active and passive. An active investor, relying on his or her personal skill, attempts to beat the market by investing in companies believed to ...

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Potential headwinds are coming — what this means for your business 

An abundance of liquidity and market exuberance in the world’s recovery from COVID-19 have made this a promising time for transitioning a closely held business — and yet many owners are still failing to make the most of their business ...

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Treasury management is helping local businesses of every size manage payment risk

The pandemic has driven Idaho’s small and medium-size businesses to expand their digital footprint. It’s been a much-needed lifeline for business owners looking to source customers, suppliers and growth opportunities. Unfortunately, our treasury management teams are seeing the downside of ...

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Wells Fargo awards grant to Economic Opportunity by Jannus  (access required)

In Idaho, Economic Opportunity by Jannus (EO) is doing its part to empower underserved Idahoans through its one-of-a-kind business development programs, including those in the agriculture sector. Wells Fargo recently awarded the organization $345,000 through its Open for Business program to ...

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Biz ‘Bites:’ Boise Airport to start construction on 2 new parking garages 

Boise Airport to start construction on 2 new parking garages The BOI Upgrade Airport Expansion Project is continuing with a groundbreaking for an additional public parking garage and an employee parking garage. Construction, which will begin near the end of ...

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4 strategies to help your business adapt to rising inflation and interest rates  

As we kick off 2022, it’s a great time to evaluate the business environment and plan ahead for success. Some of the most pressing challenges for many businesses are rising inflation and climbing interest rates, which represent a major reversal of recent trends.    The following four strategies can help position your business to withstand these challenges.   Strategy #1: Audit the spending habits of your ...

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