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'Remain optimistic' about tech, future, columnist says (access required)

Idahoans should “remain optimistic about technology’s impact on the future,” syndicated San Jose Mercury News columnist Dan Gillmor said in Boise last week. He was the keynote speaker at the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce annual legislative forum. About 450 ...

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Caldwell Econ. Development Council reaches out to smaller towns (access required)

What is the Caldwell Economic Development Council doing in Notus, Middleton and Parma? Taking a more regional approach, so outlying communities can share in business development opportunities as well as the funding that Canyon County provides CEDC. Recently CEDC applied ...

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Wells Fargo, too, sees slow '03 growth in Idaho (access required)

Idaho can expect slow growth in 2003, mainly in the second half, as the nation enters a hoped-for recovery from a two-year slump, says Kelly Matthews, regional economist for Wells Fargo & Co. It will be “a transition year as ...

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Meridian subdivision to include commercial lots, storage (access required)

Six commercial lots and a mini-storage complex are part of a 104-acre subdivision proposed on Ustick Road in eastern Meridian. Eagle-based Hillview Development Corp. seeks Meridian city approval for Parkstone Subdivision, tabbed for the north side of Ustick a half-mile ...

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WestCoast Hospitality cuts outlook for 4th quarter (access required)

WestCoast Hospitality Corp. expects a wider loss per share in the fourth quarter and for all of 2002 because of slow business travel. WestCoast (NYSE:WEH) said it expects to report a loss of 14 to 17 cents per share in ...

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Cable One to build in Nampa, Boise (access required)

Cable One Inc. plans to build a new West Valley Systems building on Karcher Road in Nampa and an office building on Westpark Street in west Boise, to which it will relocate its advertising office from downtown Boise. Michelle Cameron, ...

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Kit Mfg. de-listing stock, still planning to sell assets (access required)

Kit Manufacturing Co., which makes recreational vehicles and manufactured homes at a Caldwell plant that employs about 300, plans to de-list its stock this month. The company also announced that it is moving ahead with plans to sell its assets. ...

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McDonald's closes downtown Boise eatery (access required)

Two years after bringing the Big Mac to downtown Boise, McDonald’s has closed its ‘urban’ eatery in Capitol Terrace on Main Street, near Capitol Boulevard. Treasure Valley McDonald’s franchisee Darmody Enterprises Inc. closed the walk-in restaurant Dec. 30, citing poor ...

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Boise co. develops technology for 3-D architectural models (access required)

A two-year-old Boise company has added a new dimension to the way planners scrutinize projects as diverse as the Middleton power plant, the Boise Tower and downtown Boise’s west side redevelopment. That dimension is the third dimension, and the eye-popping ...

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Micron settles lawsuit with SanDisk over flash memory (access required)

SanDisk Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have settled and dismissed all pending litigation between the companies on “mutually agreeable terms,” a Micron news release said. SanDisk, the world’s largest supplier of flash data storage products, sued Micron in October 2001. ...

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