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Competition increases among commercial property listing providers  (access required)

Entities that provide data on available commercial properties are getting more active in the Boise area. Exposing properties to a large audience, and making sure information is accurate and timely, are important as market conditions remain challenging, sources said. In ...

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Sterling Financial posts $333.1 million loss

Sterling Financial Corp., the Spokane-based holding company that owns Sterling Savings Bank and Golf Savings Bank, on Feb. 1 reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $333.1 million, or $6.41 a common share, compared with a loss of $356.3 million, or ...

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Despite challenges, banks move forward (access required)

A solid banking industry in Idaho may be a key in helping the state’s lagging economy to move, but top banking officials all agree that unless more employment opportunities are created, the state will continue to trail behind in the ...

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SBA lending rises in Idaho (access required)

U.S. Small Business Administration lending in Idaho in the Dec. 31 quarter totaled 190 loans worth a total of nearly $36 million, up from 95 loans worth a combined $19 million in the year-earlier quarter. Loan totals and volumes have ...

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Some stocks of Idaho interest post solid 2009 (access required)

Stock in Boise-based Micron Technology finished 2009 strongly in relation to its one-year price range, thanks in part to a favorable quarterly financial report recently. Utilities and a few wood products stocks of interest to Idaho investors also are trading ...

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New credit reform laws don’t touch transaction fees (access required)

Listen to restaurateur Kevin Settles speak about patronage, he’ll tell you that it’s so-so. The owner of Bardenay says he’s seen a lot of people come to eat, only less frequently than before. But, for the most part, people still ...

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