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Do you speak Ukrainian? (access required)

The Fortune Magazine Innovation Forum site has a cool map where all 50 U.S. states are renamed to reflect countries with similar GDPs: Utah = Peru Oregon = Israel Texas = Canada California = France (Snicker.) North Carolina = Sweden ...

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Hosac objects to CCDC design evaluation criteria (access required)

A developer is objecting to the criteria used by a team of consultants and Capital City Development Corp. staff evaluating proposals for CCDC-owned land near the Boise Public Library. “We believe it was unfair and inaccurate,” Developer Ken Hosac said ...

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Lottery tickets and Cheetos (access required)

Lottery tickets and Cheetos Jamie Cooper at es/drake responded to an earlier post post on the BizBlog regarding the Idaho Lottery commercials. The firm has been the agency for the Idaho Lottery since it was established in Idaho. According to ...

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Otter recommendations disappoint tech council (access required)

The Jan. 17 meeting of the Governor’s Science and Technology Advisory Council was a somber affair. Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter chose not to include in his budget all but one of the recommendations made by the 17-member council. He was ...

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More Micron takeover rumors (access required)

Here we go again. Analyst Web site Seeking Alpha has a post speculating on a buyout of Micron Technology by private investors. There’s nothing particularly convincing about their analysis- in the end it’s still just speculation. What I find interesting ...

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Micron settles for $91 million (access required)

Micron’s recent settlement of a lawsuit brought by direct purchasers of its memory products will result in a $91 million payment by the Boise company, according to Micron’s most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Committee. The cash payment ...

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U of I engineering school turns 100 (access required)

While the College of Engineering at Boise State University continues to celebrate its 10th anniversary this year, the elder University of Idaho this week celebrates the first centennial of its own College of Engineering. BSU has the Fiesta Bowl victory ...

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‘Is 60 percent enough?’ (access required)

Ray Stark is senior vice president of policy and partnerships at the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce. This interview was conducted in the days after Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s State of the State address to the Idaho State Legislature. Governor ...

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test (access required)

Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has experience dealing with arduous banking regulations. “I know how much hell these bank examiners can give you,” he said Jan. 22 at a convention of the Idaho Community Bankers Association. Otter is a former ...

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