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New Business Listings State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens & Releases – NO FEDERAL DUE TO SHUT DOWN

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New Business Listings State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens & Releases – NO FEDERAL DUE TO SHUT DOWN

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Micron to buy out Intel plant in Lehi, Utah (access required)

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The other shoe dropped earlier this month when Micron announced it was acquiring the assets of an Intel partnership that ended in October for $1.5 billion. The Boise company said it would purchase Intel’s interest in the parties’ joint venture, ...

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Utah starting $2.5M debt forgiveness program for tech grads

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah is rolling out a program to forgive college debt for tech workers who stay and work in the state. Lawmakers created the Talent Development Incentive Loan Program $2.5 million program last year to retain ...

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5G comes one step closer to Boise

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While nobody has announced 5G mobile networks in Idaho yet, Ada County has taken a step that could bring them closer, by making it easier for mobile network providers to install the transmitters they need. The ordinance, which was passed by ...

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Small business optimism showing early signs of slippage

NEW YORK (AP) — The fears of a slowing economy that sent stocks falling the past few months may be spreading to small business owners who have been quite optimistic in recent years. The problem for businesses is consumer spending ...

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UN forecasts global economic growth around 3 percent in 2019

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The global economy will grow around 3 percent annually in 2019 and 2020, but waning support for multilateralism, escalating trade disputes, increasing debt and rising climate risks are clouding prospects, the United Nations said Monday. The ...

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Treasure Valley mayors: Housing not keeping pace with population, job growth (access required)

Despite a hot economy with steady increases in wages and employment, many Treasure Valley residents can’t keep pace with the rising cost of housing. That subject was front and center last week when mortgage lenders, realtors, housing advocates and business ...

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