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Washington Mutual reaches top of S&L list (access required)

As Washington Mutual has evolved into the country’s largest savings-and-loan, the Seattle-based thrift has also evolved into a dominant figure propping up Seattle’s sagging commercial real-estate market. Since 2000, the bank has doubled the amount of office space it leases ...

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Real Estate Maintenance Co. to move to larger space, change name (access required)

Real Estate Maintenance Co. plans to move to larger quarters and change its operating name. The company will occupy most of a 10,000-square-foot building on Commerce Avenue in east Boise, and will begin doing business as Four Seasons Grounds Management ...

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Kit Mfg. de-listing stock, still planning to sell assets (access required)

Kit Manufacturing Co., which makes recreational vehicles and manufactured homes at a Caldwell plant that employs about 300, plans to de-list its stock this month. The company also announced that it is moving ahead with plans to sell its assets. ...

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Legislative agendas include health care, tort reform (access required)

Business groups plan to do more than lobby against tax increases during the upcoming state legislative session. They will join many others in wondering how the state can steer clear of more program cuts in light of an estimated $160 ...

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Internet Service Provider Fiberpipe evolves, prospers (access required)

Boise-based Internet Service Provider Fiberpipe, downsized and evolving, has achieved profitability three years after its conception. “From our first year (2000), we doubled our revenue in 2001 and we’re doubling our revenue again this year,” said Kenneth Birch, president and ...

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Big dairy proposed south of Nampa (access required)

An 8,000-cow dairy has been proposed about 10 miles south of Nampa, west of Idaho 45 near Melba – prompting expression of environmental concerns. Bernard and Jane Teunissen have applied for Canyon County approval to build the dairy on 800 ...

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Boise Tower meets first new development deadline (access required)

Boise Tower developer Rick Peterson last week met a Dec. 20 deadline for complying with conditions set by the city for resuming work on the stalled $62 million project at Eighth and Main streets. Tim Hogland, city director of Planning ...

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Ex-NYSE chief to speak to Idaho Chartered Financial Analyst chapter (access required)

A recently formed Boise group aims to increase awareness of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and bring in some high-profile speakers to discuss current issues in the financial industry. Among speakers lined up by the Idaho Chapter of Investment Analysts ...

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Cafe Aubergine caters to lunch-only clientele (access required)

All restaurateur Christine Reid wanted to do was expand her Boise catering business. A year later, Reid has done just that – but has found equal success running bistro / café Aubergine in the ParkCenter Mall in east Boise. Reid ...

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