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Forever 21’s Boise location to stay open amid bankruptcy (access required)

Forever 21, an American “fast fashion” retailer, has filed for bankruptcy, but the chain’s sole Idaho store at the Boise Towne Square mall will remain and is not on the list of the retailer’s most unprofitable locations. The Los Angeles-based ...

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How many of HP’s jobs cuts will come from Idaho? No one knows (access required)

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HP Inc., one of Boise’s most venerable technology companies, expects to cut 7,000 to 9,000 employees by the end of 2022, but it isn’t clear how many cuts will come from Idaho. “We do not break the restructuring out by ...

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Bank of Idaho adds West Boise branch (access required)

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After expanding to downtown Boise and downtown Nampa, Idaho Falls-based Bank of Idaho has suddenly opened a West Boise branch, as well as starting to trade its stock. The branch is located at 6981 W. Overland Road in a former ...

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Kount fraud detection chosen by grocery rewards application

Kount has announced that it is working with Fetch Rewards, a customer rewards application, to help protect its users’ accounts from hackers. “People don’t know how valuable loyalty accounts are and how easy they are to monetize,” said Rich Stuppy, ...

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Is Techstars Boise in Idaho’s future?

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Techstars, a 13-year-old Colorado-based seed accelerator, is one of the most exclusive and influential organizations in the tech world. And it could be coming to Boise someday. Amos Schwartzfarb, managing director of Techstars Austin, is in the City of Trees ...

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Gov. Brad Little travels world to sell Idaho products (access required)

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Idaho’s best salesman — and top elected official — just got back from a diplomatic and trade mission to several European countries and is about to lead a trade mission to Taiwan and Hong Kong. In between, he also found time to ...

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Committee considers two bills to ease occupational licensing requirements (access required)

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In a continuing effort to reduce the number of regulations around jobs, the Occupational Licensing and Certification Laws Committee is considering two bills for the upcoming legislative session. The committee, chaired by Sen Todd Lakey, R-Nampa and Rep Gayann DeMordaunt, ...

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U of I receives $1 Million gift to support new meat science facility

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A University of Idaho campaign to create a new meat science center advanced another major step thanks to a $1 million gift from the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation. The Agri Beef Meat Science and Innovation Center Honoring Ron Richard will ...

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