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Money Metals Exchange to construct new building  (access required)

Money Metals Exchange, a rapidly growing Eagle-based company, is breaking ground in October on its 40,000-square-foot precious metals depository and fulfillment center. The state-of-the-art building will be located on a 3.2-acre lot adjacent to city and county emergency services near ...

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4 tips to help Latina business owners achieve success (access required)

As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage month this year, it’s a good time to recognize the many contributions of Hispanic small business owners. And there truly are many. According to the 2021 LDC U.S. Latino GDP Report, Latinos contributed $2.7 trillion ...

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Lease End named Inc.’s number-one fastest-growing company in Idaho (access required)

Lease End, founded in Burley, was recently ranked the number-one fastest-growing company in Idaho on the 2022 Inc. 5,000 Annual List of Fastest-Growing Companies; Inc. ranked Lease End 171. Founded in early 2021 by Zander Cook and Brandon Williams, the ...

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Idaho Business Review announces 2022 Excellence in Finance and Leaders in Law honorees

Idaho Business Review (IBR) is pleased to announce the winners of its 2022 Excellence in Finance and Leaders in Law awards. This annual recognition highlights professionals demonstrating outstanding performance in leadership, mentorship, community service and other areas.  When considering individuals ...

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Insights into 2022 mortgages and current interest rate inversions (access required)

The mortgage markets have seen two percentage point increases in less than a year and some shorter-term mortgage types have sprouted interest rates that can exceed those of longer-term 15- and 20-year fixed-rate products. These curve-inversion behaviors are uncommon, and ...

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What to expect when you’re expecting a recession (access required)

Where will the second half of 2022, and even 2023, take us? The Wells Fargo Investment Institute, believes the economic cycle will run faster, interest rates will rise further, and the economy and capital markets will remain fragile in the ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ $68M financing for Village Apartments in Meridian (access required)

Village Apartments in Meridian

National real estate finance and investment management firm PCCP LLC announced that it has financed a $68 million senior construction loan to a joint venture between the Rockworth Companies and the Gasser Family to build a Class A, 336-unit apartment ...

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ChatterQuant making traction after Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge first-place win (access required)

A Boise State University student’s company keeps racking up big wins, most recently first place in final pitch competition at the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge (IEC) in April, and its market validation and traction are noticeable. Christian Perry is the founder ...

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4 financing options every startup should consider  (access required)

Starting a new business can be among the most rewarding milestones in an entrepreneur’s journey. But no matter how brilliant your business idea, obtaining enough capital to launch your company is essential for success. According to smallbiztrends.com, startup and first-year ...

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Ridley’s partners with DailyPay to provide pay ‘on-demand’ (access required)

Now, every day can be payday at Ridley’s. The Jerome-based grocer is partnering with DailyPay Inc., a New York company providing a service called “on-demand” pay or earned wage access — the ability for employees to get paid right after ...

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