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Micron, Intel form joint venture in Singapore (access required)

A new company, IM Flash Singapore, will manufacture NAND flash memory products based on designs developed by Micron and Intel. The details of the joint venture were filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on March 5.   Read the ...

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Spread some sunshine later today (access required)

Tonight at the Boise Public Library, the Idaho Business Review, Idaho Statesman, Idahoans for Open Government and the Idaho Attorney General's office (which state is this again?) are hosting a free workshop on open records and open meetings laws. The ...

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Legislature wants to examine tax exemptions, deductions (access required)

Senators voted 30-3 Monday to create a committee to study Idaho's more than $1.6 billion worth of sales tax exemptions, credits and deductions, in hopes of coming up with a system that's both fair and encourages businesses to grow. The ...

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Case against Patricia Dunn is dropped (access required)

The former chairman of Hewlett-Packard, Patricia Dunn, is no longer facing charges in the infamous HP spy probe. From a Reuters report: Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Ray Cunningham dismissed the case against Dunn. The cases against the other ...

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Boise sees some impact from sub-prime mortgage shakeout (access required)

Fresh concerns about the country’s sub-prime mortgage market affect the Boise area in the form of tightened underwriting standards, according to one local mortgage specialist.   Sub-prime mortgage lenders make loans to borrowers with sub-prime credit ratings. On  March 12, ...

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Wednesday morning roundup (access required)

    Let's start today in Twin Falls, where a retailer lost a license to sell guns. The owner calls the alleged infractions "very minor things." However, the federal bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms feels differently. Missing background checks, incomplete ...

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Will State Police get March Madness? (access required)

    The most important, critical, relevant question on my mind this morning is this: If the Idaho State Police are going to cite … ahem … "gentlemen's clubs" for the very thing you expect when you go into such an ...

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Electing clowns (access required)

    A scathing editorial in the Lewiston Tribune takes to task a few legislators from rural Idaho. You know them as the representatives who think public transportation is stupid, child care is a feminist plot and public education is communism on ...

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State investigates home financing firm (access required)

The Idaho Department of Finance is investigating a Washington state firefighter accused of trying to scheme a woman out of her home so he could sell it.  Steve McMullen, of Spokane, Wash., owns Highland Financial LLC in northern Idaho. The ...

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Tuesday morning roundup (access required)

Here are a few interesting Idaho business stories you might have missed while surfing for a good deal on a sub-prime mortgage: One analyst has a forecasts low earnings for Micron. Oversupply, dropping prices, a tough market — this is a rough ...

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