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Dentists, veterinarians face high debt load (access required)

Dentists, optometrists and veterinarians tend to have student loan debt “that’s the most out of balance with their earnings soon after graduation,” according to a new study by San Francisco-based student loan site Credible.com. The group in a written statement ...

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ABA holds off on changing LSAT requirement for law school (access required)

The American Bar Association’s House of Delegates was supposed to vote during its annual meeting earlier this month on a proposal to eliminate a requirement that law schools use the LSAT for prospective students. But the motion was pulled before ...

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IBR honors 15 for Excellence In Finance

No matter the industry, every company has to closely monitor its cash flow – dollars in vs. dollars out. This year, the Idaho Business Review is honoring 15 financial wizards who keep their eyes on the bottom line. The 2018 ...

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IBR celebrates inaugural ICON honorees

The Idaho Business Review celebrated some of the state’s top innovators, trailblazers and visionaries at the inaugural ICON awards on August 7. Sixteen community leaders were recognized at a happy hour party at Boise Centre East. IBR’s first class of ICON award ...

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Final plan for central Idaho wilderness area approved

A final management plan is in place for one of three new central Idaho wilderness areas. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service on August 9 signed the Jim McClure-Jerry Peak Wilderness Plan. The plan covers ...

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Beware the fax machine: some hackers target old gadgets

What could be less threatening than the old office fax machine? Nothing. That’s precisely why it’s used as a backdoor for hackers to get into an organization’s network. Check Point, a cyber security firm in Israel, said August 12 that ...

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Organic dairy farmers vow to compete in changing industry

Small family operated dairy farms with cows freely grazing on verdant pastures are going out of business as large confined animal operations with thousands of animals lined up in assembly-line fashion are expanding into the organic market. Many traditional small-scale ...

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