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Boise State University’s case studies seek to aid small companies (access required)

The bad news is, it takes more than four months. The good news is, it’s free – and usually worthwhile. What is it? Signing your business up to become a case study for Boise State University senior and graduate business ...

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Alan Sturtevant assumes operation of Boise-based International Minute Press (access required)

Alan Sturtevant has assumed operation of the International Minute Press print shop at 10th and Main streets in downtown Boise. Sturtevant, who has owned the International Minute Press shop on Fairview Avenue west of Cole Road for about 4 1/2 ...

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Ex-NBC journalist Mike Jensen sees brighter future for U.S. economy (access required)

The U.S. economy will survive the current recession and War On Terrorism, just as it has many other confidence-shaking events in the past 30 years, longtime TV business journalist Mike Jensen says. “Communism fell because free enterprise delivered the goods. ...

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Caldwell-based SkyStar Aircraft Corp. to increase kit plane production (access required)

Caldwell kit airplane manufacturer SkyStar Aircraft Corp. plans to produce 15 of its Kiftox airplane kits – representing a retail value of over $600,000 – for members of the Nampa chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association. EAA Chapter 103 purchased ...

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Boise-based ICM Equipment Co. LLC to move to larger facility (access required)

ICM Equipment Co. LLC plans to move its Boise sales and service operations to a larger building by mid-November. The Salt Lake City-based company – originally Industrial Construction and Mining Equipment Co. – employs 18 in a building of 4,000 ...

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Boise airport reports 31% drop in passengers from same month last year (access required)

The Boise airport reported a drop of more than 38,000 passengers departing Boise during September, a 31 percent drop from the same month last year. Boise Airport Manager John Anderson said that according to airport “enplanement” figures, 83,415 passengers boarded ...

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