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Your guide to Boise small business pandemic (re)hiring

When COVID-19 hit, nearly half of small businesses had to furlough or lay off staff members. But as the economy reopens in Boise and businesses rebuild, you may be ready to hire or rehire. Deciding how to staff your business ...

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Lost Rivers finds $409,000 in bond savings (access required)

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Brad Huerta may have been the happiest man in Idaho when he got off the phone with the Idaho Bond Banking Authority (IBBA). Huerta, CEO of the Lost Rivers Medical Center (LRMC) in Arco, finalized refinancing the hospital’s bonded debt ...

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Micron gets credit to improve its sustainability (access required)

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Micron Technology Inc. is taking advantage of a program sponsored by a French bank to refinance credit facilities to improve the Boise-based company’s sustainability. The company recently announced the successful closing of nearly $3.7 billion inaugural sustainability-linked credit facilities. The ...

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Zions Bank launches speaker series focused on inclusivity (access required)

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The Zions Community Speaker Series, focused on inclusivity, launched its first event on June 22 with a focus on Pride Month. The virtual event featured a variety of panelists who reflected on the significance of Pride Month and the progress ...

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Perpetua Resources listed on Russell 3000, Microcap indices (access required)

The legacy tailings in the Meadow Creek Valley at the Stibnite mine site, which will be removed and processed to make room for the engineered and lined tailings storage facility.

FTSE Russell released the final reconstitution of the Russell 3000 and Russell Microcap indices on June 25. Perpetua Resources, headquartered in Boise, was added to both indices. The inclusion into the Russell 3000 was not too much of a surprise ...

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Idaho banks, credit unions make changes

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Several Idaho financial institutions have announced changes recently. Desert Sage, Pioneer credit unions merge Two Idaho-based credit unions that were each formed in the early 1950s have decided to merge. “Desert Sage Federal Credit Union was originally named TASCO Employees Credit Union and ...

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Where to find the money to build your retirement

For how long do you think you will live? Do you believe you’ll live into your late 70s? Are you confident you’ll follow in the path of your parents, who were alive and well into their mid to late 80s? ...

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D. L. Evans Bank promotes Bridget Kostial

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D.L. Evans Bank has announced the promotion of Bridget Kostial to vice president business banking officer for the eastern Idaho area. She will be helping business clients in their respective areas with their business online banking, merchant services and remote ...

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D. L. Evans Bank hires, promotes staff members

D.L. Evans Bank has announced the promotion of Mason Frederickson as assistant vice president commercial loan officer for the Ketchum branch, where he will be assisting customers in the lending process. He has been with D.L. Evans Bank for four ...

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Planning for your long-term care checklist

It’s no secret that people are living longer. In 2018, for the first time in history, people over the age of 65 outnumbered children under the age of five across the globe, according to the United Nations’ World Population Aging ...

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