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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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CCDC commissioner recuses himself from transfer vote (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. Board voted to give developers Clay Carley and Gary Christensen an exclusive right to negotiate for property on Front Street.   Click here to read more about their proposed project and here to read an ...

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Gov. Otter favors local-option taxing authority – but not the taxes (access required)

In his first press conference since taking office three months ago, Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter said today he would have signed a bill allowing voters to decide for themselves whether to raise local sales taxes to pay for public transportation ...

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Having lunch with the governor (access required)

    I just finished writing about a luncheon with Governor Otter and the Idaho Press Club. (Read the story here.) A couple of things stood out at the event, which was basically an extended press conference. One, Otter would make a ...

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'Minimum service' real estate bill clears Idaho Senate (access required)

The Idaho Senate has passed a bill requiring real estate agents to be available to present all property purchase offers to their clients.   The bill could prevent real estate agents from posting for-sale-by-owner real estate listings on the Multiple ...

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Sales rise for Coldwater Creek in 4th quarter, but earnings tumble (access required)

Coldwater Creek Inc. reported higher sales but lower earnings for its fourth quarter, ended Feb. 3. Full-year earnings and sales both increased, the Sandpoint-based retailer of women’s clothing and accessories said in a statement. Coldwater said fourth-quarter earnings decreased by ...

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Meet Deloitte & Touche USA board chairman Sharon Allen (access required)

Deloitte & Touche USA  announced last week that it nominated University of Idaho accounting graduate Sharon Allen, 55, to a second four-year term as board chairman for the Big-Four accounting firm. In 2003, she became the first woman to hold ...

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Ketchum area uses incentives to woo airlines (access required)

In the hope of bringing in more tourists and business interests to Ketchum and Sun Valley, a group will likely add another $100,000 to a pot to entice an airline to fly between Denver and the Idaho mountain community during ...

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Valley County commissioner: Development to pay for itself (access required)

Growth hasn’t been paying for itself in Valley County and that has to change, County Commissioner Frank Eld said. New development, such as Tamarack, drains city and county services, he said. The Valley County Sheriff’s Department had 10 road deputies ...

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