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InTouch Solutions to build in Meridian's SilverStone center (access required)

Teleconn Inc., a telecommunications equipment company that does business as inTouch Solutions, plans a new building for its Boise-area headquarters. The company acquired a site on South Titanium Place in Meridian’s SilverStone Corporate Center, where it aims to start constructing ...

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New property “takings” law takes effect July 1 (access required)

Whether a government action on a property amounts to an improper “taking” will be determined differently in Idaho starting July 1. House Bill 256, signed by Gov. Dirk Kempthorne, requires a local or state agency to deliver a written “takings ...

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Idaho bankruptcies rise slightly in first quarter (access required)

After increasing by about 8 percent from 2001 to 2002, Idaho bankruptcy filings grew at a slower rate in the first quarter of this year. There were 2,115 bankruptcy cases filed in Idaho in the first quarter, up 3.6 percent ...

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St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center parking structure well under way (access required)

The first phase of new parking construction is well underway at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. The east parking deck, which is east of the Saint Al’s emergency department along Curtis Road, is scheduled to open in August, ...

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Oppenheimer Development proposes building next to Eagle Post Office (access required)

Developers of the complex that includes the Eagle Post Office and City Library want to construct a professional office building there. Oppenheimer Development Corp., Boise, has applied for Design Review approval of a 6,000-square-foot office building on the north side ...

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Correction (access required)

An article in the April 14 Business Review, headlined “Telemarketing firm expands,” incorrectly quoted Dawayne Harris, owner of Harris Marketing Group, as saying, “We want to start turning down clients because we’re not big enough.”The word “don’t” was inadvertently omitted. ...

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Commentary: Instant messaging – the next techie time-waster? (access required)

Instant messaging (IM) is on the verge of becoming a key business communications tool to rival email and the telephone. With a rash of corporate IM products having hit or getting ready to hit the market, Ferris Research predicts that ...

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Two Idaho hospitals say they're weathering revenue crunch (access required)

Idaho’s two biggest hospitals have so far dodged the fiscal crises that are plunging a third of U.S. hospitals into the red, but the chiefs of Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke’s medical centers say their biggest challenges may be just ...

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Economist expects modest gains in Idaho (access required)

A regional economist expects modest growth in Idaho this year. “Sluggish Idaho economic performance during 2001 and mild recession throughout much of 2002 have now given way to modest growth,” Jeff Thredgold, economic consultant to Salt Lake City-based Zions Bank, ...

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Commentary: New AT&T product to help protect privacy on the Internet (access required)

What would it be like if every unethical or immoral act was associated with a particular smell? Imagine, for example, that you could identify thieves by their odor, or that a lie could be detected by catching its distinctive whiff. ...

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