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Boise’s CradlePoint acquires Mobility’s cradle business (access required)

CradlePoint, a Boise firm developing wireless networking solutions for mobile phones, has purchased the handheld cradle assets of Mobility Electronics for $2.1 million. The divestiture of the handheld cradle business is part of Mobility’s strategy to increase its focus on ...

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Melaleuca responds to rumors of a new media company (access required)

The IdahoFallz blog is predicting that Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot plans to start his own media organization. There will be reporters hired, and the target is most of southeast Idaho. They realize they will not likely ever be as big as ...

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Film incentive bill clears key committee in Idaho Senate (access required)

A bill that backers say will jump-start Idaho's film industry and bring millions of dollars into the state was approved Tuesday by the Senate Commerce and Human Resources Committee, although some opponents say it singles out one industry for special ...

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Cabela’s wants to build freeway interchange in exchange for tax break (7092) (access required)

The House Revenue and Taxation Committee Friday morning approved a bill that would give Cabela’s a sales tax rebate in exchange for building a freeway interchange in Post Falls.  Specifically, the bill would refund 60 percent of a store’s sales ...

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Lawyers have tough time tracking down some people being sued (access required)

The Senate Commerce and Human Resources Committee axed a bill that would have allowed attorneys to serve auto insurance companies with notification of their clients’ lawsuits if defendants in the suits cannot be found. The insurers would have then served ...

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Adding a URL to our media empire (access required)

Our current URL is IdahoBusiness.net, but we are known by our "official" name: Idaho Business Review. Well, now you can use either name to find our little niche in the virtual universe. Our primary URL will remain www.IdahoBusiness.net, but you ...

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Friday morning roundup (access required)

Can you tax the wind? One lawmaker wants to find a way. Idaho National Laboratory is helping an Eastern Idaho business through a mentoring program. Hey, if it lets me get my hands on stuff like this, sign me up. ...

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TechConnect clears first big hurdle in race for state funding (access required)

The public/private partnership TechConnect got some good news today when a legislative committee approved an Idaho Commerce and Labor Department budget with $300,000 for the program. TechConnect describes itself as follows: Idaho TechConnect is the state's only market driven private-public ...

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Official says urban renewal agencies need to be reined in (access required)

A bill that would prevent urban renewal agencies from expanding or changing their boundaries passed the House Revenue and Taxation Committee Friday morning.   Urban renewal district representatives testified that expanding district boundaries was a necessary tool because it is ...

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Finance committee approves Commerce budget, including TechConnect funds (access required)

The Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee has approved a $33.3 million operating budget for the Department of Commerce and Labor. The committee added a line item to include $300,000 for Idaho TechConnect, which had been removed in Gov. C.L. “Butch” ...

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