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Idaho Business Out Loud Interviews

Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Jeet Kumar, founder of In Time Tec

Jeet Kumar has lived the American Dream, launching a successful software company, In Time Tec, and raising a family in the Treasure Valley. But for him, the focus has always been giving back, whether that’s in Idaho or his home ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Rebecca Arnold, ACHD president, and Justin Lucas, ACHD planning, programming manager

Ada County has a unique distinction: it is said to have the only county-wide highway district in the U.S. Ada County Highway District is one of nearly 300 separate highway jurisdictions, including cities, counties and individual highway districts. The system has come ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Peter Smith, co-founder of Smith + Malek

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Peter Smith, co-founder of Idaho law firm Smith + Malek, is a data privacy expert who got interested in the field in 2013 as news was breaking about the federal government’s unprecedented domestic surveillance. Edward Snowden, a U.S. government contractor, ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Matt Gilkerson, Trailhead Boise, program manager

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Four years ago, a unique coworking space opened at 8th Street and 500 South in downtown Boise. Today, Trailhead is a hub for startups, entrepreneurs, freelancers and remote employees looking for community, camaraderie and collaboration. Matt Gilkerson, Trailhead program manager, ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Tom Mortell, Hawley Troxell partner, health care law practice chair

Tom Mortell, head of Hawley Troxell’s health law group, has represented Idaho hospitals for over 20 years with a particular focus on rural areas. He calls rural hospitals “the backbones of their communities,” noting that they are often the town’s largest employer. ...

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