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Boise programmer's software links point of sale with back-office accounting (access required)

A Boise programmer has developed software said to provide a direct link for data from the point of sale (POS) into the accounting process without the need to manually re-enter the information. Jim DeFede, owner of the Boise-based software manufacturer ...

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Convenience store, eatery planned off I-84 in east Boise (access required)

A 6,000-square-foot convenience store with two quick-service restaurants and a car wash has been proposed for a 1.8-acre site south of Federal Way and east of Gowen Road in Columbia Village. “There is very high demand because this intersection or ...

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Building under way in Carol Professional Center (access required)

Construction of a 5,000-square-foot building is under way in Carol Professional Center along Eagle Road. The one-story structure, slated for completion in March, is the third building started recently in the Carol development, on the west side of Eagle Road ...

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Hewlett-Packard starts $4 million upgrade to data center (access required)

Hewlett-Packard Co. has begun a $4 million upgrade of its Boise enterprise data processing center on Bethel Court near Franklin Road, and plans a completion by May. Deanna Ward, Idaho public affairs manager for HP, said the changes will provide ...

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Calif.-based Panda Express chain plans 4th eatery in Boise (access required)

The Panda Express chain plans to open its fourth Valley eatery later this month on Milwaukee Street, between Home Depot and Macaroni Grill. Dennis Potter, project manager for Steed Construction, Eagle, said Panda Express will take about 1,800 square feet ...

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Stinker fuel station chain sold by family of founder (access required)

New owners took over the Fearless Farris Stinker fuel stations and convenience stores last week. Shawn Davis and Charley Jones purchased all stock in Fearless Farris, Boise, and its 40 stores, from Kent Lind, Scott Lind, and Kent and Julie ...

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Treasure Valley realtors try infrared keybox (access required)

When it comes to opening the keybox on homes listed for sale, southwest Idaho real estate agents are among the first in the country to use an infrared beam. Members of Boise-based Intermountain Multiple Listing Service installed the Supra iBox ...

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Micron Technology CEO sees better days ahead (access required)

Though “the market has been so difficult” in 2002, Micron Technology Inc. maintains a positive outlook long-term, President and CEO Steve Appleton told people who attended the annual shareholders meeting Nov. 26. “Even though we have faced challenges historically, we ...

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Treasure Valley landscaping firms begin holiday decorating (access required)

Despite the onset of frost and wintry weather, several Treasure Valley landscaping firms manage to stay busy by designing and installing holiday decorations for business, retail and residential customers. Working with the Boise Parks and Recreation Department, Pro Care Landscape ...

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Just Toast eatery planned for downtown Boise (access required)

A Boise family is betting that its new downtown Boise venture will satisfy hordes of hungry meal seekers in search of … toast. Just Toast, a 1,286-square-foot, 20-seat eatery planned near the corner of Eighth and Idaho streets, was to ...

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