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Zions Bank adds two new branches to growing cities (access required)

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Zions Bank recently opened two new branches, in Meridian and in Twin Falls, to provide service as the cities grow. “We’re hearing a lot from our customers that they’re not wanting to have to go to the other side of ...

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Galena to develop eight more Opportunity Zone projects in Idaho

Galena Opportunity Fund, which has funded both of the Opportunity Zone projects in Idaho, has eight more Opportunity Zone projects coming down the pipeline, including one to provide workforce housing in McCall. “We will do three projects [that are] housing-related ...

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Idaho Business Review celebrates legal pros at awards event

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The Idaho Business Review celebrated an elite group of legal professionals at the 2019 Leaders in Law awards event on Nov.14. Each of the 17 honorees was selected by a committee of past honorees who scored them in four categories: ...

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CVS Health marks opening of Pharmacy Tech Training Center in Boise (access required)

Pharmacy technicians and local officials, including Gov. Brad Little, came out to celebrate CVS Health’s new Pharmacy Tech Training Center in Boise on Nov. 12. CVS Health said the company’s goal is to meet the growing demand for more pharmacists ...

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Dairy giant with Boise milk-processing plant files for bankruptcy

The parent company of one of Idaho’s largest milk producers has filed for bankruptcy protection. Dean Foods, which owns Meadow Gold, filed Tuesday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after reporting a net loss of $79.4 million in the quarter ending Sept. 30. ...

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Idaho Opportunity Zones get new interest, challenges

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As an important deadline approaches, Idaho’s Opportunity Zones are getting more attention from inside and outside the state. At the same time, the state could lose two of its 28 Opportunity Zones. Opportunity Zones, a community development program established by ...

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Boise women technology employees hold inaugural event

More than 100 women from Boise’s biggest technology companies got together to share professional advice at the first Treasure Valley Women in Tech event. In the first of what’s hoped to be at least a quarterly or semiannual experience, women ...

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Catching up with Royal Jay, converting health care from Blockbuster to Netflix

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It’s not easy for Jarod Ferguson to explain what Royal Jay does. “We help health care companies improve performance in value-based contracts,” said Ferguson, founder and CEO of the Boise-based company. Value-based, as opposed to fee-for-service, is a relatively new ...

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